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Do you control your social security account? — August 14, 2016

Do you control your social security account?

Do you control the distribution of funds within your birth certificate account?
Who does?
Did you know that you can get every dime that you paid out in mortgage, court case, credit cards, or utility bills?
Did you know that every debt is already prepaid with your birth certificate bond?
Did you know that YOUR Birth certificates and your social security accounts are bonds that are being traded on the stock exchange? No? Well allow me to show you how to find out if it’s a lie or the truth….
Do this…. Go to fidelity dot com.
At the top of the screen you will see research….click on it. Then click on quotes.
Once the New screen pops up enter your bc# or your ssn# but do it like this
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 instead of 123 -45- 6789. You will see at least 6 accounts under your number (you have a total of ten accounts).
Save and print that page.

Then do your bc# the same way….and print page.

Look at both pages (you should see the remaining accts). If you follow the directions exactly then you will see how much the government is trading you for.

You can help your family with saving their homes, student loans, taxes (IRS will become your friend), traffic tickets (traffic tickets are actually law suits), police/judge/prosecutor misconduct/injury…AND anything else you can think of.

Learn how to even hold the IRS accountable for ANY ACTION against you (garnishments, tax bills (old or new).

Been to prison, did your time and still labeled a convict? Yup status correction and get paid for the time you spent in the joint!

The elite created laws to give themselves loopholes…we the people will also utilize the loopholes provided equally before law.

To practice law is for lawyers. To ACT in law is for THE PEOPLE.

Law is made to hold ALL PARTIES accountable…and be BENEFICIAL to ALL, simultaneously.

Notaries are needed (willing to barter).

All donations accepted…

I’m sure this will get flagged by big brother soon.
Send your issue and number to if you dare to escape from debt and mental slavery being imposed on you in the form of oppressions.
Minnesota rule 220 (Google it) translates to “Claim ownership over you and we will treat you like it once you turn 18 or we well continue to treat you like a child that is a ward of our state. The red or the Blue pill Neo?

Studios, Nets Work to Leverage Viewers’ Web Involvement — June 25, 2016

Studios, Nets Work to Leverage Viewers’ Web Involvement

The day when you pick up a guitar there’s nothing coming through whatsoever. There’s no new pieces or new ideas. And that’s the sort of gift any creative person has.”  — Jimmy Page, “It Might Get Loud,” Thomas Tull Productions Documentary by Leslie Chilcott, 2008

Have you noticed that the noise level about who watches what, when, where and on what is becoming intense?

If the news comes from a mobile service/device company, they swear we’re ditching our TVs to watch stuff on our mobile devices.

If it comes from a network, studio or cable provider; then time/day growth has never been better.

And, according to ISPs (internet service providers) and CDNs (content distribution networks); obviously, streaming over the air to a device is killing everything.

At the upfronts – where networks, studios, pay-for-view, video sites and ad folks bet hard dollars on what you’re going to watch this fall — the message was loud and clear, “TV is just getting better.”

If you attended VidCon, it was obvious that with your smartphone and uploading to my site – YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, Vine, Hulu – everyone would watch your stuff and you’d be a gazillionaire.

Maybe you’ve been surveyed, but I have never been surveyed by any of these folks or the independent research/monitoring services!

Translation?  My viewing habits don’t count!

But that’s the great thing about statistical reports … figure out your conclusion then do the research.


Research – Cable folks, nets, stations, device sellers and service providers have a lot of research to support them.  First, you decide what on the results you want and then work backward and viola you were right!

BAM!!! You have supported your position.

They’re all correct and they’re all wrong.

Sweden is testing paying people not to work.  France has cut the work week down to 35 hours.  China and South Korea have said they want time at work cut to 40 hours a week.  Other countries restrict kids and teens (except in Bangladesh and a few other areas) from hard, dangerous work and long hours.

So they watch something … anything:

–        Live (linear) – tune in or you blew it

–        On-Demand – DVR (digital video recorder) or streaming

–        Semi-Live – catch it in a day or gone

–        Real-Live – Facebook, YouTube – tune in and watch when you want to

4K Set Sales


Big Growth – A home just isn’t a home without a TV screen.  Increasingly, that means a really big screen that supports 4K content at the minimum and HDR at the best.  Of course, it also has to be smart and able to handle content from everywhere.

Folks understand that 4K viewing is better than HD; and HDR (high definition resolution) is even better.

4K set sales are projected to be $10B this year.

All of the upfronts were in 4K, a few were in HDR and the available content is just ramping up.  Sure, the streaming video folks are leading the way; but then, they don’t have old equipment, old “this is how we do it” thinking.

It’s easier to be ahead when you start with a clean slate.

At the upfronts, the networks/studios didn’t hold back on their disdain for the website stuff of the world.

Toby Byrne, sales chief for Fox, made reference to the “subprime” digital video and asserted that, “The digital metrics game is rigged.”

Of course, YouTube’s big boast during its Brandcast was that there’s a growing shift of ad dollars.  They noted that Magna Global moved from TV to digital.

TNT/TBS president Kevin Reilly noted however that, “A lot of clients have found they moved too quick, and they didn’t get the results.”

One thing was certain, like last year; there is a lot of good, new content being produced that begs to be seen on a really big TV set.


Entertain Me – Web video is increasing in volume because it’s cheap or free.  But long-form content (movies and TV series) keep people connected to their screen longer and more profitably for the content owner and channel.

Don’t believe me?  Hey, Jack’s Back!

Yep, 24’s Kiefer Sutherland is back in Designated Survivor and solves all of our election angst.  Everyone in line for the Oval Office is wiped out during the State of the Union and BAM! only Jack is still standing.

Now the fun begins.

I may watch it live.  May watch it on-demand.  May stream it.  Who cares?

Nielsen, that’s who, because they’re trying to figure out the new viewing habits – linear (realtime) Netflix, Hulu, Alibaba, network streaming, on-demand, time shifting – because that’s how folks justify service charges and ad sales.

The problem is in the U.S. base, viewership is based on people meters (boxes that track TV viewing) and paper diary inputs from folks across the country.

You probably don’t know any of those Nielsen families, but viewing has changed.  So Nielsen is trying to change as well by moving to Live-plus-35 ratings.

Because folks time-shift viewing, the extra draw between weeks two and five is not insignificant and makes a big difference in ratings (and rates) in a time-shifting world

Building Buzz

Content delivery folks have also learned how to use the online world to their advantage because they recognize that folks don’t simply “sit and watch TV” anymore.


Really Involved – People no longer simply sit and passively watch a TV show, especially teens and millennials.  Today, the smartphone is always in hand while they search for and interact with the show and star information or perhaps even watch a second show to cram in as much viewing as possible.

In fact, for every network, station, show – realtime or streamed, there is a robust online digital component complete with facts about the characters, actors, scenes, storyline, you name it.

It’s all designed to enrich the show for the viewer (get you hooked) and build buzz.

Accenture Strategy recently reported there were some errors in earlier online video delivery claims.

It turns out multiplatform TV (TV-type programs and long-form digital video) has a halo effect on search, display, short-form video advertising.  You watched the show and then searched out more in-depth content, producing an average of 18 percent ROI.

Take that YouTube, Facebook!


It’s Complicated – Increasingly, there are more opportunities for filmmaker and smartphoners to shoot something and upload it to the Internet in the hope that it will be seen and they’ll make money, become more famous.  The streams are there but the trick is to find the one you want.

No one denies that streaming is coming on strong.  Adobe reported that about 13 percent of the 112M  U.S./Canadian  pay TV households used TV everywhere, tripling over the past two years.

Netflix has 41M U.S. subscribers; and by the end of the year, expects that streaming content will be available around the globe. (They went live in 130 countries in January.)

That little fact didn’t go unnoticed by the rest of the content world as HBO, Sony, CBS, ABC, Fox … oh heck, everyone has announced they’ll be big in streaming also.

Accenture’s global Video-on-Demand report also found:

–        VOD is part of the daily viewing habit for many – 43 percent watch at least once a day.

–        More than half (59 percent) don’t mind getting ads if they can view free content.

–        More than three-quarters (77%) who watch VOD agree they like it because they can watch when they want to.

–        Millennials and Gen X respondents are most likely to catch up on multiple episodes at once (binge).

However, like everything – including iPhone sales, triple-digit growth can’t go on forever.

Strategy Analytics reports that streaming is starting to slow down.  In fact, Michael Goodman, their digital media director, noted that saturation is a few years off.  33 subscription services are available in the U.S. today, but we are on the backside of the adoption curve and churn is a factor.

Parks Associates reported:

–        5 percent of U.S. broadband households canceled Netflix in 2015, up from 4 percent the previous quarter.

–        14 percent of broadband households subscribe to Hulu and 7 percent cancelled in 2015.

–        24 percent of U.S. broadband households have Amazon streaming service, which is down slightly from the year prior.

The churn is attributed to consumers experimenting with new services, trying a service and canceling before the trial period ends and other issues.

It’s the Content

The annual Upfronts is just one big party where deep-pocket creators do the mating dance with deep-pocket advertisers who want to reach the shallow- pocket consumers.

If you’re a network, you have the best solution for them.  If you’re a streamer, you have the best solution for them.  If you’re a mobile player, you have the best solution.  The same is true for big screen folks.

Consumers don’t really care.  They just want their content.


Big Priority – While teens may be satisfied with short videos (less than 10 minutes), others want long-form video (movies, TV segments) and they’re willing to tolerate ads or pay for the content as long as it is good content.

If the price is right and the content flows smoothly, they’ll watch the stuff they want to watch, will interact with it and will love it.

According to TNS, digital viewership is a major play in some countries because they don’t have legacy pipes in the ground to contend with. The percentage of internet users who watch videos at least once a week in these countries is:


South Korea    –           95.9 percent

Spain               –           92

Italy                 –           91

Mexico            –           90

China              –           89.6

Canada            –           84.8

U.S.                 –           78.4

Japan               –           73.6

The challenge is how fast and flawlessly content is streamed to your big set or device.  According to Cisco, your speed may vary:


Asia Pacific                            28.1 average download Mbps fixed, 12.1 Mbps mobile

Central, Eastern Europe         28.3 fixed, 10.9 mobile

Middle East, Africa                7.0 fixed, 4.5 mobile

North America                        25.4 fixed, 16.3 mobile

Western Europe                      22.8 fixed, 13.7 mobile


As The Edge reminds us, “That’s a movie that I watched. I didn’t laugh, I wept. It was so close to the truth.”

It’s not about the device or delivery tube; it’s all how video content touches us!

Content Insider #469 – Big Content

Driving Bits — April 9, 2016

Driving Bits

The More Connected the Car, the More Disconnected You’ll Be


“That driving backwards. It’s creeping me out. You’re gonna wreck or something.” – Lightning McQueen, “Cars,” Disney, 2006

Having grown up in the flat heartland of the country, I feel sorry for my son.

Back then, a car wasn’t simply transportation; it was an expression of who you were.

Bore out the cylinders and put in oversized pistons, add a couple of supercharged four-barrel carbs, rework the shifting and drive train, chop the coils, add oversized tires, customize the exterior, have the interior pleated/rolled, add some dynamite flames on the side and it was a road-eating, date magnet machine.

Today, auto manufacturers offer you a computer on wheels.



Still Fun – Okay, some of today’s cars deliver more than just transportation. There’s still style, hands-on performance and just a little pride in driving a machine meant for the open road.

And if they and the computer/communications industries have their way, it’s only going to get better (or worse, depending on your point of view).

Their ultimate goal is to take the driver out of the entire equation so you’re just along for the ride.

On second thought, that might be necessary because a recent study by the University of Michigan reports that more people of all age groups are forgoing the privilege of having a driver’s license. The biggest shift in recent years has been in the 16-year-olds and 20-to-24-year-olds — with each group falling three percent to 24.5 percent and 76.7 percent, respectively.

No one has tried to figure out why, but maybe it’s because all those companies are trying to take the thrill/challenge out of driving. Or, they want to control/monitor the car and you even though they quietly admit there are a helluva’ lot of software/security issues.

It doesn’t seem to bother the auto, computer and communications industries because they’re plunging ahead to make certain the internet-connected car is your only choice … if you decide you want something more than public transportation.


Money Maker – The growth of the connected car arena is opening the doors for more and more companies to sell products and services to tomorrow’s driving consumer.

With Tesla gaining a hero-worship following from governmental agencies and consumers for its high-performance, zero-emissions vehicles, all of the players are determined to get their piece of the action.

Within five years, the GSMA (Groupe Speciale Mobile Association) estimates that 250M connected cars (25 percent of the one billion cars produced) will be sold and 58 percent will have some sort of Internet connection.

By 2018, car-focused telecom, hardware and software services will be a $51B market.

While Google and most of the car manufacturers are busy designing and testing the autonomous car of the future, everyone is working on ideas that will ease you into tomorrow.

Apple is busy investing in its poorly kept secret auto unveil by adding new features to its iOS 7 platform that will put iOS in the car, starting with the infotainment system.

To tap into the best technology possible, every transportation and computer/communications firm is setting up major R&D (research and development) operations in Silicon Valley and other major tech centers.


Real Infotainment – Designed from the inside out and top down, the Tesla Model S has a comprehensive infotainment system that will make any tech whiz want to stay in his/her car for days. The vehicle’s brain monitors literally everything in and around the car. Software and apps can be offered and delivered over the air and updates can be made automatically while you sleep.

They’ve started with the infotainment center first because it’s the center of the action for you and the car.

It’s sorta’, kinda’ an extension of your smartphone; which already has more apps than you really use. It’s also the first place you turn when you want news, information and entertainment.

Adding all of that computer power and control in the car’s dashboard is not only pretty easy to do, it also gives them a centralized embedded computer that can be used to monitor, control the car’s systems and provide connectivity for you and others.

Depending on the company, they figure it’s an easy way to add mobile apps and Internet-based services you already use in the car to keep you informed and entertained while they gather data.

Insurance companies can’t wait to get their hands on information about where you drive and how you drive.

Of course, it’s all about how they’ll use that information to offer you better services and tailor their offerings to you.



Innocent Dongle – With the promise of lower insurance payments, millions of consumers added the Progressive Snapshot to their car. In addition to giving detailed information on the driver and his/her driving habits it also provided a wide open door for anyone to hack into the vehicle to obtain information for their own use or introduce malware that could affect the entire car.

Progressive Insurance liked the idea of rewarding good drivers so much that they offered policy holders their sexy Snapshot that could be plugged into your car’s OBDII (on-board diagnostic system) port.

More than two million folks bought into the idea of letting the company track their driving habits so they could get a lower insurance rate based on the information the dongle sent to Progressive’s servers.

While that makes about as much sense as the tax folks knocking on your door and saying “Hi I’m from the IRS and here to help you,” Progressive forgot something in their rush to monitor their policy holders.

It turns out the device and service are about as secure as that Hello Barbie you bought your daughter for Christmas.

Actually, it’s worse.

Since Progressive didn’t hire the sharpest – or most diligent/expensive – programmers around, they didn’t bother with any needless overhead like security or encryption.

Or as Dale Peterson, head of Digital Bond Labs, said, “It’s insecure by design.”

That means the Progressive Snapshot-using, conscientious policyholder is driving around with something that is wide open to every bug folks want to release .

Oh yeah, the OBDII port connects to the car’s CAN (controller area network) bus which controls …. everything!

Okay, so the auto and compter hardware/software, communications companies aren’t quite that cavalier about their monitoring and information gathering.

But note, even though the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) can’t get past the encryption on an iPhone (or most anyone else’s for that matter); they and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration did report that the rising use of car computers did pose a rising risk to cyber attacks.

Last year, Wired magazine took control of a Jeep Cherokee and put it in a ditch, and this was followed by Fiat Chrysler recalling 1.4M “vulnerable” vehicles. Then someone hacked GM’s OnStar service and someone else hacked the Nissan Leaf.

Meanwhile, all of the companies involved in designing, developing your connected car and ultimately your autonomous vehicle say they’re working diligently to deliver advanced networking capabilities with the best and most foolproof solutions possible.



Attack Points – With more and more computerized sensors and applications used in today’s vehicle designs, the potential for system malfunctions or cyber attack continue to rise. Responsible designers and developers continually test and update hardware/software but it’s difficult to keep up with, much less anticipate, today’s cyber criminals and hackers

All the vehicle owner has to do is ensure his/her software licenses are current and the constant stream of updates and patches are installed and active.

The challenge is that there are a lot of companies/products involved in delivering the connected car and that means a major concern regarding safety and data privacy.

Even if they don’t put you into a tree, they can remotely grab information from your car or access all the information they want from the manufacturer’s/service provider’s cloud.

While all that connectivity bothers some folks, the majority of consumers who bother to get a driver’s license have bought into the industry’s vision of millions of cars driving them around.

Or even owning a car for that matter. Instead more folks are beginning to think of transportation as just another service using Zipcar, Uber, Google, Apple, Enterprise, Hertz, whoever to get around.

Of course, Ford is still planning on you really wanting a driverless car.


Not the Same – While Ford thinks the drivin’ theater can be as much fun as yesterday’s drive-in, most people wouldn’t agree. The drive-in was a whole lot more than an entertaining movie … a whole lot more!

To help you fill the average of 1.2 hours you spend traveling between locations and 38 hours a year stuck in traffic, Ford has patented the drivein’ theater.

Somehow, I just don’t see the theater on wheels ever equaling the greatest making out place man ever invented which, unfortunately, has all but disappeared from the landscape.

Of course, you’re welcome to your opinion. But whether it’s simply a connected or autonomous car, the combined industries are determined to take all of the fun and excitement out of driving and parking.

Might as well stay home, order a pizza on your iPhone and watch Netflix.



Skipping the car all together will enable people to agree with Doc Hudson, “These are good folk around here, who care about one another. I don’t want ’em depending on someone they can’t count on.

Introducing ‘Supernatural Dating Society,’ A Dating Website For Lonely Paranormal Enthusiasts — March 31, 2015

Introducing ‘Supernatural Dating Society,’ A Dating Website For Lonely Paranormal Enthusiasts

Amazing @Kreskin Announces Worldwide #DatingWebsite Offered to Those Interested in the #Supernatural : @TheAmazingKreskin



Are you always busy hunting ghosts, but have no one to get busy with? Does paranormal activity get your supernatural juices flowing? Are you looking for someone to watch The X-Files with when it returns to TV? Well, let me introduce you to the Supernatural Dating Society.

The new dating website was created by renowned mentalist The Amazing Kreskin, who was inspired by the countless stories he’s heard from those single souls who simply wanted to hang out with other like-minded folks at, you know, haunted places. According to the site, SDS was created for singles who:

“would like nothing more than to meet people with whom they can discuss their thoughts, beliefs and experiences without compromise.”

If you’re not into taking your new internet companion to spooky cemeteries at night, take note that SDS is not just limited to matching up ghost hunting enthusiasts. Anything goes when you’re…

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Write It Down — March 22, 2015

Write It Down

Put your goals down on paper

Deborah Ailman

DSC01718_0001Write it down…your list of goals. Write them down in detail and review them often. Every day in fact. Keep track of where you are with them; what steps you have taken and the steps you need to take. It’s also a good idea to review each goal to be sure they still are in keeping with what you want. You might want to make a change. But when things are written down it is so much easier to keep track of them and seeing them in print makes them so much more concrete so consider writing today, it’s a good investment in yourself and in your future:)

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3 Tips for Effective Networking: Stop. Stop. Stop. — March 6, 2015

3 Tips for Effective Networking: Stop. Stop. Stop.

3 Tips for Effective Networking: Stop. Stop. Stop.


By: Dallas J. Short
What do you do? Here’s what I do. Oh, that’s your card? Here’s my card. Let’s immediately be successful together. Boom. Championship.

Wait, you mean, that’s not how it works? Nope, not even a little bit. However, this is the format or mind state of expectations that a lot of people have going into networking events.
John C. Maxwell said “your network is your net worth,” and it has remained one of my favorite quotes, in both personal and professional settings. The people you surround and connect yourself with are extremely integral to the representation and determinant of who you are and where you are going in life.

So, before you go, stop.

STOP thinking of networking as merely a required chore that comes along with business. “Showing up is 80% of life,” might have worked for Woody Allen in 1977, but that’s not going to…

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Azealia Banks: Blacks are naturally born witches and wizards with supernatural powers — January 14, 2015
Experts: Lying on Facebook Makes You A Delusional Liar — December 29, 2014

Experts: Lying on Facebook Makes You A Delusional Liar

Experts: Lying on Facebook Makes You A Delusional Liar | STREET KNOWLEDGE


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People lie on Facebook? In other news it is being widely reported that water is wet.

via The Telegraph

Embellishing the truth to impress friends on sites like Facebook may implant false memories, psychologists have warned.

A fifth of young people admit their online profile bears little resemblance to reality, and that their recollection of past events has been distorted by their own fabrications.

Young adults, aged between 18 and 24, say they frequently lie about their relationships, promotions at work and holidays.

Previous research has suggested that social networks are damaging to autobiographical memory.

Psychologist Dr Richard Sherry, a founding member of the Society for Neuropsychoanalysis, said, warned that it could also lead to feelings of shame and worthlessness.

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Non union

Real People Casting


Non union



Executive Producer: Alex Gibney

Casting Director: Elisabeth Jamison/ EJ Casting

Casting : Dec – early January

Shoot : Mid to Late January : 2- 4 days

Shoot Location: TBD – Story Dependent

Rate $1000 buyout for sizzle shoot, with negotiable rate and terms for series

ABOUT THE PROJECT: This untitled documentary series aimed at the millennial audience will investigate issues regarding food safety, agribusiness, and the environment and cover breaking food and restaurant trends.

ABOUT THE COMPANY: Jigsaw Productions is home to director Alex Gibney, one of the most important and provocative documentary filmmakers working today. As such, the company has produced some of the most acclaimed documentary films in recent years, including the Academy Award-winning Taxi to the Dark Side, the Oscar-nominated Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, HBO’s multiple Emmy…

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The critical importance of time when understanding influence — December 19, 2014

The critical importance of time when understanding influence

Maturity of Conversation Flow via Influence

Technobabble 2.0


A process cannot be understood by stopping it. Understanding must move with the flow of the process, must join it and flow with it.

..and yet the above quote from Frank Herbert is exactly what many people ignore when trying to understand who is influential on any given topic. Conversations are not fixed points in time but are dynamic and agile with different participants contributing throughout.

If people are trying to influence a conversation to ensure their message resonates throughout their target audience it is essential that they target the right people, at the right time in the right manner. Too often people only focus on who are the right people but haven’t access to the right tools to help with the later areas.

Working in tandem with Ramine Tinati from the the University of Southampton, we analysed multiple conversations via a unique tool called Flow140 for common trends. The…

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