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Latest 10 Apr 2021 | Updated Daily

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Do Good: Protect the Rainforest with Danny Blue

Do Good Feel Good

Waddup world! We got another episode zoomin through your speakers and it's #fresh - like the smell of a lush rainforest stroll! Which is relevant as we hear from Danny Blue, founder of Oma Earth, a social enterprise with a mission of protecting one million acres of endangered rainforest while empowering indigenous artisans to rise out of poverty.   Aside form managing Oma Earth, Danny is an entrepreneur, conservationist, spiritual seeker, animal lover, and twin dad. Wowza! Link for the week: https://omaearth.com/ : Get your bracelet today and take part in this holistic approach to rainforest restoration!  Mastery of Transformational Training (not a sponsor but I wish they were!) These dynamic workshops are a caring, inspirational, and educational environment for generating breakthroughs in the most crucial aspects of your life. You will realize new ways to be more effective, giving and fulfilled in both your personal relationships and your career while experiencing new levels of self-confidence, vitality, joy, and satisfaction. You will see the degree to which your current thinking and behavior is or is not consistent with your highest aspirations and your vision for life. You will discover new possibilities for yourself that are not determined by your past, but generated by your commitment to the future. You will leave this life-altering experience with the tools for immediately creating more of what truly matters to you. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe! Instagram: @dogoodfeelgoodshow twitter: @dogoodshow gmail: dogoodfeelgoodshow@gmail.com Website: www.dogoodfeelgoodshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/do-good-feel-good/support

39mins

22 Feb 2021

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S2E16: Porn Model and Content Creator Danny Blue

Demystifying Gay Porn

I spoke with Danny Blue for the first season of DGP and since then a lot of changes have happened in his life.  From quarantine life in Vegas to moving to Iowa, Danny spills the details on a less than stellar recent track record of sex as well as possible new relationship!  

33mins

13 Feb 2021

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The Road To Saving One Million Acres of Rainforest Through a Social Enterprise w/ CEO Danny Blue

Conscious Profits Unfiltered with Sebastian Naum

Show notes in order of appearance: Danny talks about being in flow during coronavirus How do we destroy 80,000 acres of rainforest daily? Why should we care about destroying rainforest land The rainforest and medications Danny talks about corporate life and being comfortable How the sale of 1 bracelet can save an acre of land Fairtrade jobs in the Amazon Danny talks about companies that practice “greenwashing” Understanding a social enterprise and how its profits can scale the help of an environmental cause The importance of quantification in a social enterprise How consumerism can actually help Danny talks about his bankruptcy and divorce and how labels can affect us Danny shares the 2 traits of a conscious leader Visit OMA Earth and on IG @omaearth Connect with Sebastian on Instagram SebastianNaum.com

48mins

27 Aug 2020

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168: How to Save the Rainforest with Danny Blue- Best of I AMGC

NÜ EARTH with Nixie Marie

{Warrior of The Week} Danny Blue, https://www.facebook.com/omaearth/?eid=ARDoXUwLwF_S9p07ZCywEUt4UHK6JAbwMbOFgxM9F8ga-cGaQL1SP4CRGUjxwycsRkVAdsGHCcjUbrqA&timeline_context_item_type=intro_card_work&timeline_context_item_source=100022282025194&fref=tag Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, currently living out in Los Angeles and Father of three-year-old twins. Danny is a lover of all things outdoors and dedicated to spiritual growth and development. The idea for Soulstice began about three years ago when Danny recognized how low of a cost it is to support projects that he was already donating to on a personal level to help preserve the Rainforest. In his opinion, saving the rainforest is one of the most vital environmental issues that not enough people are talking about. Seeing the massive amount of impact that brands like Tom's Shoes have generated through the one-for-one model, he realized that launching Soulstice would be the most direct way to bring the necessary level of impact to saving the rainforests. Through Soultice's buy one save an acre program, they are able to fund the protection of an entire acre of endangered rainforest for every item sold. With a goal of protecting 1 million acres within the next five years, they're literally on a mission to save the world. Sun Sign: Sagittarius What we chat about: How to save the rainforest What impact is deforestation having on the human race Tips on reducing our human consumption Industries that are supporting deforestation Where is all of our water going? How to reverse Global Warming How to support Soultice's mission to save an acre of the rainforest Resources mentioned: https://www.pachamama.org/ https://www.rainforesttrust.org/ https://www.drawdown.org/ For more Goddess conversations join our women's facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1078258585615424/?ref=bookmarks)

1hr 27mins

28 Jul 2020

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Saving the Last Rainforests - One Acre at a Time. Interview with Danny Blue from One Million Acres

Sustainability Explored

In today's episode, Danny Blue, the founder of a social enterprise “One Million Acres”, joins us for a thoughtful discussion about the rainforest's central role in maintaining the health of our planet, as well as key actions that are taken to protect this ecosystem and its indigenous communities. Whether we realize it or not right away, we are all connected to the rainforest due to its nurturing role in the environment and, therefore, our lives on this planet. It serves us more than we think of protecting it. Danny sheds light on the work of grassroots and global organizations in the Amazon Rainforest to empower indigenous communities with economic autonomy in order to limit deforestation activities. Making a sustainable impact is not easy and many challenges, such as financial interests, complicate the matter. But building local economic systems sets things in motion for an upcoming positive change. Explore more insights about the rainforest & enjoy the episode! *** OMA/One Million Acres is a conscious lifestyle brand that's committed to the conservation of critically endangered rainforests, some of Earth's most valuable resources. Every item sold funds the protection of an entire acre of endangered rainforest through our Buy One, Save an Acre™ program *** Our social media profiles: Website: http://annachashchyna.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annachashchyna/ & https://www.linkedin.com/company/sustainability-explored/ Fb group: https://www.facebook.com/nozhki Medium: https://medium.com/@SustainabilityExplored Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/ua/podcast/sustainability-explored/id1466177546 Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy85MTA1OTYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Leave a review: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/sustainability-explored-1000714

52mins

8 Jul 2020

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One Million Acres - Danny Blue

Going Green

Going Green host Dylan Welch sits down with One Million Acres, Danny Blue. In this awesome episode, Dylan and Danny talk about Danny's story and how he decided to leave his corporate lifestyle to become an entrepreneur that gives back. We learn about One Million Acres, and about how they created the company that helps buy acres of rainforest in South America.www.GoingGreenShow.comwww.DylanWelch.comSupport the show (http://www.GoingGreenShow.com)

26mins

12 Jun 2020

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S1E7: Special Guest Danny Blue

Demystifying Gay Porn

Porn star Danny Blue is visiting NYC and stops by to sit down with me and talk about his entrance into porn, his xtube infamy and growing up a shy kid in Iowa. Don't forget to click "subscribe" to get more interviews like this weekly.  Also head over to Spotify and click subscribe to listen to the podcast anywhere. If you want to watch the podcast, check us out on Youtube!

29mins

29 Aug 2019

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91: Saving the Rainforest One Bracelet at a Time with Danny Blue Founder of Soultice

NÜ EARTH with Nixie Marie

{Warrior of The Week} Danny Blue www.soulticewear.com @soultice Kickstarter: http://nme.fnd.to/soulsticebracelet Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, currently living out in Los Angeles and Father of three-year-old twins. Danny is a lover of all things outdoors and dedicated to spiritual growth and development. The idea for Soulstice began about three years ago when Danny recognized how low of a cost it is to support projects that he was already donating to on a personal level to help preserve the Rainforest. In his opinion, saving the rainforest is one of the most vital environmental issues that not enough people are talking about. Seeing the massive amount of impact that brands like Tom's Shoes have generated through the one-for-one model, he realized that launching Soulstice would be the most direct way to bring the necessary level of impact to saving the rainforests. Through Soultice's buy one save an acre program, they are able to fund the protection of an entire acre of endangered rainforest for every item sold. With a goal of protecting 1 million acres within the next five years, they're literally on a mission to save the world. Sun Sign: Sagittarius  What we chat about: How to save the rainforest What impact is deforestation having on the human race Tips on reducing our human consumption Industries that are supporting deforestation  Where is all of our water going? How to reverse Global Warming  How to support Soultice's mission to save an acre of the rainforest Resources mentioned:  https://www.pachamama.org/ https://www.rainforesttrust.org/ https://www.drawdown.org/ For more Goddess conversations join our women's facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1078258585615424/?ref=bookmarks) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 22mins

16 Oct 2018

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ngAir 153 - NGXS: A New State Management for Angular Apps with Austin McDaniel and Danny Blue

Angular Air

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1hr

21 Mar 2018

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AiA MAS 015 Danny Blue My Angular Story

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My Angular Story 015 Danny BlueOn today’s episode we have a My Angular Story with Danny Blue. Danny is a Google Developer Expert for web technologies. In this episode we hear the story about how Danny first started coding, a method suggestion for picking a frameworks, and how vocabulary is vital for a new programmer to learn. It’s a good one, stay tuned.How did you get into programming?Didn’t get started until college. In school he was under the impression that you had to be a math genius to be a programmer. Didn’t even try until college. He wish he would have taken more in College. His first dive into code was ActionScript 2. He was offered a class that taught how to make Flash games and he took the class and made a few games, which he mentions were most likely awful. His game was an infinite runner with a robot. It taught him the basics like loops and storing variables.In his class he realized that as long as he understood some of the key concepts, he would be able to handle it.Soon he went out and just bought a book and after experiencing the code in action he got hooked.Managing memory in CDanny’s friend tried to teach him how to build a checkers game in C. He remembers the pains of manually managing memory. His feedback on malloc is that it’s one of his favorite words because it rolls off the tongue. Charles talks about how in college he had to design systems in VSDL with transistors and silicon.How do you get from that to JavaScript DevelopmentFirst job was at a swimming pool manufacturing company’s marketing department in West Virginia. He worked a lot in Dreamweaver until a man that started after him decided they were going to write all the markup and CSS by hand. From that Danny learned how websites were put together. He talks about a contact form that they wanted to animate. He knew that he could figure it out. He would use code snippets to figure out and build the animation. He started to do more and more JavaScript and teaching himself as much as he could. He did the CodeSchool JavaScript Road Trip. The first few episodes ease you into JavaScript and helps you learn where things lives. From that point he became obsessed with building things with JavaScript. Charles talks about how CodeSchool wasn’t around when he started. Modern code seem to be more complicated but it can be learned best by breaking it down into smaller bites. CodeSchool is good for that. Getting your start or foothold is the hardest part.It’s easy to skip over fundamentals.Charles talks about how that things like CLI came second nature for him and sometimes instructors dismiss that new students may get hung up on those sort of fundamental concepts and tools. Danny adds that there had been times where he would read articles on sites like StackOverflow that would be explaining something but even the baseline instructions has information in it that can something someone has skipped. Little pieces of information can really help pull things together. He talks about the dissociation that can happen for someone who only learned JavaScript and doesn’t know what CLI is and how hard it would be to explain the difference between JavaScript running in the browser and Node, or explaining what a package manager is, then a package , etc. Many people come into it not understanding any of it. He can remember copying commands into a terminal but not understanding what was going on.For learning JavaScript from a basic level, what do you suggest?Finding the beginner tutorials for stuff. CodeSchool is good, Code Academy as well. Do those first. Don’t skip it assuming you know too much to do them. After that just make something. From there you will figure out stuff that works and stuff that doesn’t. Twitter is a great resource for finding helpful people. Being in the environment helps to get exposed to the information. Mainly just write code. Charles mentions that people have grown to understand the concepts and lingo of web development by just listening. Danny also advises that if you learn the vocabulary before learning the concepts, you’ll be able to do things like Google your issues affectively as well as reading articles or talking with others. Complicated concepts end up be boiled down to single words. Ultimately you will need to be able to communicate with everyone on projects anyway.How did you get into Angular?While working at DualLink Digital, they started looking at a few different things, he started looking at Ember and found that he really enjoyed the concepts. One of his friends started messing around with angular and they started workshopping with it to make it work. Afterwards he started to like it, really the plain JavaScript objects. The more he worked with he, the more he started enjoying it compared to Ember. It’s interesting to see how people have moved from Backbone or React or Ember to things like Angular. One of Embers pluses is how large their community is. Charles talks about how the history of Ember is great and the people behind Ember are great. Also, the JavaScript community used to seem to have animosity against the different communities but now it’s more collaborative.Picking the right framework.Danny suggests that when trying to figure out what framework to go with, be able to describe in your own words why the framework you’ve picked is better. Making sure that you do understand the decisions that you are making is important. He uses the example of within the React community and the use of virtual DOM. There was a common misconception that the virtual DOM was faster than the regular DOM, which is just not true. Later the details had to be expressed to clear the misunderstanding. If you don’t talk about the specifics, you may believe something without knowing the facts behind it. Charles adds that its sort of like politics in that way.Tell us the work you’ve done with Web Standards.Danny talks about getting interested in web components through his friend Eric and actually interviewed at the company Eric worked at. He didn’t get the job but they stayed in touch and Eric introduced him into Polymer. He started to learn about Polymer, specifically custom elements. He remembers very early on wanting to make a custom HTML tag. He suggests that being able to do things without the framework has been a piece that has been missing. Having lower level building blocks to build off of is really exciting to Danny. He talks about using custom elements to build a familiar API surface to interact with. He talks about an example where he wrapped a bunch of HTML APIs, like the notification API and the fullscreen API, wrapping another element within it. He was trying to build things that the younger version of himself could use. He things that could be something we are heading towards more often. Danny adds that Web Components come with 4 major parts: Custom elements, HTML Imports (kind of), ShadowDOM, and templates. Custom elements allow you to create a unique piece of HTML and is the most widely accepted and supported.What are you working on now?Danny talks about how the Angular’s component model is very similar to Custom Element component model. Where you pass information in through properties and you listen for changes through events. You can use Custom Elements with very little setup. There is a specific Custom Elements Scheme that will let you use custom elements without any properties being thrown. You use the custom event in the exact same way and syntax as for any other component. The one issue with the source code where it parses the metadata, losing the friendly compiler messages out of the box. He is playing around with trying to find a way to whitelist different element names and properties. He wants to learn how the Framework is parsing potential data and make it easy to whitelist a set of custom elements.PicksDannysDaemon by Daniel Suarez Bob’s Burgers CodeSchoolCharlesVR & Augmented Reality IoT Artificial Intelligence Veritone.com Coursera on Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence with Python Machine Learning for Absolute BeginnersLinksTwitter Blog on Medium

50mins

21 Jun 2017

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