Cookies or Notary? Guess This Pharmacist’s Side Shopify Business

Cookies or Notary? Guess This Pharmacist’s Side Shopify Business


– It doesn’t necessarily have to be food. It could be croissants. It could be– – Croissants are food! – [Narrator] What do you think
these people have in common? Each works a regular nine to five, but they’re also holding down
a surprising side hustle. Can you guess what it is? (cheering)
(upbeat music) A team of four strangers, will get three clues– – Guys, I am stumped truly. – His eyes will tell us everything. – We should go with our gut here. – [Narrator] And one guess – Here we go! – [Narrator] To solve this
episode of Guess My Hustle. – Hi, my name is Arthur. I’m an Armenian born, and raised in SoCal, and I am a pharmacist for my nine to five. – Hey, how’s it going?
– Arthur. – I’m Elise. – [Director] Do you think the team today – [Director] is going to
figure out your side hustle? – I don’t know, it might
be a little tricky. My name is Arthur. I’m born and raised in SoCal. I used to be a young troublemaker
when I was really young. My favorite bands are Led
Zeppelin and Pink Floyd. I hope to be one day mayor of Burbank, and I am a nine to five pharmacist. – [Team] Cool, political aspirations. – Now, how do you feel
about your nine to five? – I love it, it’s my passion,
it will remain my passion. – So when did you stop
being a troublemaker? – Right around 10. – Turned 10 and you were like
all right I’m a grown up now. – I cut it off. – If you love your nine to
five, it’s your passion, why do you need a side hustle? – Well, anyone can have two passions. – That’s a really good answer. – Totally, totally. – He has a compassionate heart. He wants to be mayor and help people. He likes helping people as a pharmacist. – Yeah. – He probably wants to help
people with his side hustle. – Yeah, good call. – Yeah, like plant trees. – Being a mayor is like being
the pharmacist of a town. – Oh my god, yeah. – Maybe it’s like a non profit – Did you just come up
with that? That was good. – Yeah, it just came to me. – [Director] Do you think
you guys are going to – [Director] guess the side hustle today? – You know, I really hope we guess it. I really like getting things right. I think we’ll guess it. I think I’ll get it for sure. – We have a card, A Closer Look. Turn on the projector and figure out the close-up image for your next clue. You have until the buzzer
sounds to view the clue. – Oh god, what is that? – It’s so blurry, it’s so close
up. What is that, fingers? – Aw, what in the world? I definitely feel like it is
an edible looking texture. – Something else it reminds
me of is a painting, like an oil painting. – Yeah, yeah. – Now, are you an artist of any kind? You don’t have to get into specifics. – Technically, everyone’s an artist. – Oh god, we’ve heard this.
– I’ve heard that before. Is this a painting? – It’s on the wall, it could be. [Laughing] – I’m gonna take that as confirmation. – Hmmm, okay, okay. – I don’t know because if you see the little black grains, like — (Buzzer Buzzing) – Oh no! – Okay we’re out of
time, we’re out of time. – [Director] What is your
definition of a side hustle? – It can be a passion project
or it can be something, a goal that you’re working towards that might even fulfill you creatively. – Number two, Blind Box. You have until the buzzer sounds to figure out what secret
clue the box holds. All right, here we go, I’ll go first. – Come on over.
– I know this is great. Okay, I really hope it’s not squishy. Oh, it’s not squishy okay. – Tell us what you’re feeling. – It’s crinkly. – [Scott] I can hear that, yeah. – It feels kind of waxy. – Now let me get these
meat hooks in there. – Yeah, you want to
get them, that’s awful. [Laughing] – Oh, wow.
– See what I mean? Right?
– Yeah, very waxy. – Okay. – Or gooey? – Well —
– I wouldn’t say gooey. – You do like cooking. – Yeah, it does feel like
wax paper from like a — – For baking and stuff. So, either food or tracing paper which has to do with drawing. Do you like to draw? – I have to draw a lot
of chemical products. – That brings me like no
closer to whatever this is. – Yeah, that’s a toughy. – I think it pushes me
closer to the food options. (Buzzer Buzzing) – All right here we
go, next one, next one. – [Director] Do you
know anyone in your life – [Director] with a legit side hustle? – Yes, yes I do. My friend Gabby has her
own vegan YouTube channel. She talks about recipes that she tries and things that she finds, and she would kill me if I didn’t plug it. – [Jeris] Please help us, please help us. – Locations. Here’s a few places this
merchant’s product could be used. You have until the buzzer
sounds to observe the clue. – All right, I feel like this could help. – All right here we go.
– Get my hands on this clue. – Grandma’s house. – Open house, and church. – Okay, I’m thinking spoons, tiny spoons. – Tiny spoons? – I’m thinking cookies, and hear me out. Me and my friends used
to go to open houses just to get cookies, because real estate agents put them out. – Of course!
– That’s genius. – Yes, yes, yes. – Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. – How could that first picture have anything to do with cookies? – I don’t know.
– It doesn’t matter. – That’s the thing, I don’t know. – Maybe they were lemon square cookies. Are you a cookie lover? – I also love cookies, though,
everybody loves cookies. (Buzzer Buzzing) – [Elise] All right, that’s okay. – All right that’s okay. (upbeat music) – [Director] Define the idea
of a side hustle in one word – On-the-side, with dashes. – [Arthur] All right, here’s
your chance to figure out what my side hustle is. – [Elise] Okay. – On call notary. – Cookie artisan.
– Cookie artisan. These are pretty good. – You were talking about cookies but– – But now the wallpaper
designer makes a lot of sense. – The notary is very interesting. – It is. – The notary, so what exactly is a notary? They do stamps on like birth certificates. – Yeah, it’s like registered mail. – They notarize like official documents. – So those locations could
have notaries, right? At like real estate and church? – Church, I don’t know.
– Church? – No. – Wallpaper designer could definitely– – Be church, grandma’s house,
and open house for sure, and it makes sense with the paper. – The paper we were touching, that could’ve been a piece of wallpaper. – That’s true.
– Yeah. – We all agree that notary is
probably not his side hustle. – I do feel better about
cookie and wallpaper, than I do about notary. – [Scott] I agree. – Go ahead, I think it’s gone. Get it out of here. – Next.
– Get it out, get it out. – Now we’re down to two. – Wallpaper design throws me for a loop. – I think that– – Hold ’em up. – we should go with our gut here. – What are you doing? – [Arthur] Inspecting my hands. – [Jeris] Trying to see
if he has cooking hands. – Are they cooking hands or
are they wallpaper hands? – Are they cooking hands or
are they wallpaper hands? – Let me see, yeah, they
do have paper cuts on them. – Can you read anything? – [Scott] This is crazy. – I think that we should
go with our gut here. We all had a really good
feeling about the food thing. We had a really good
feeling about the paper, the wax paper.
– I think that it’s food. Because I think some chefs, like they like to trim
their nails pretty short. – Get out of here! – Yeah, no I, the hands
I, they tell me a lot. – But one more question. Do you have a connection
to interior design? – My room, I designed it,
I painted my room myself. – Ah, but you painted it. – You painted it!
– That decides! – All right, I’m going to go ahead. Do we feel good about cookies, everybody? – I feel pretty strong about cookies. – Okay, I think we’re fine in agreement. Let’s take that one off. – We have made our decision. – This is our final guess. – It’s the hands, the hands sold me. – I hope we’re right. – Here it is guys. – Here it comes. (upbeat music) – The moment of truth! (cheering) – Yes, we did it! – It’s the cookies! We did it, we did it. Amazing deduction. – [Jeris] Can we have one? – Of course you can. – Yes!
– Which would you like? Macadamia, chocolate chip. – Oh my goodness – Look at all these flavors. – They look so big. – [Jeris] Wait split one
with me, split one with me. – [Elise] How did you get
started with all of this? – So, my brother actually
was in town one time, and he sat me down one day and was like, “Hey, Arthur I really want a cookie.” And I was like just go to the store and buy a batch, you know? He’s like no no no no,
I want one homemade. I was like, all right I’ll go buy the prepackaged frozen cookie dough. He’s like Arthur sit down,
I want them from scratch, all like organic ingredients. I was like all right, all right. So, that’s when I started baking them, and then I decided to call
it Chubby Cookie Company. – Nice.
– Wow, that’s awesome. – Cute, it’s so cute. – They’re definitely chubby cookies. – They look chubby. I feel like you’re kind
of nurturing people in very different but
both substantial ways. – Absolutely. – Yeah, people don’t ask questions about the side effects
of a cookie, you know? It just makes you happy. – What does a side hustle give you that your nine to five doesn’t? – It’s peace of mind, just like calmness and like everyone’s happy
when they have a cookie. – I’m happy. – [Director] What was the most fun moment – [Director] of today’s episode? – Eating the cookie. – Eating the cookie. – Getting to try the cookies. – I didn’t have a cookie. I’m vegan. [Record Scratch] [Laughing] – Thanks for playing guys. I’m glad you guys guessed it. – Thank you.
– Thank you so much – Yes, absolutely. – [Arthur] You got to try it, too. – Yeah, thank you so much, Arthur. Best of luck with everything. – Want to watch more episodes? Hit subscribe right here. – My favorite moment was when they actually tried the cookies, because I know I’m going
to have repeat customers. (upbeat music)

Is Her Side Hustle A Fitness Instructor or Groomer? | Guess My Shopify Business

Is Her Side Hustle A Fitness Instructor or Groomer? | Guess My Shopify Business


– Is whatever that is
bigger than a bread box? – What’s the size of a bread box? – [Narrator] What do you think
these people have in common? Each works a regular nine to five but they’re also holding down a surprising side hustle. Can you guess what it is? (cheering) A team of four strangers, will get three clues. – Guys, I am stumped, truly. – His eyes will tell us everything. – We should go with our gut here. – [Narrator] And one guess – Here we go! – [Narrator] To solve this episode of (metal clanking) Guess My Hustle! – Hi, my name is Carissa. And my nine to five job is that I’m a graduate student
at USC studying Business. – Hi I’m Keara, nice to meet you. – Hi, I’m Carissa, nice to meet you. – Do you think the other contestants are going to guess your side hustle today? – I think they’ll be able to tell that, certain aspects are part of it, but, I think my job is pretty unique and, not many people have done it before. So hi, I’m Carissa. Here are a few things that
you should know about me. Number one, I was born and raised in LA. I’ve also been vegan for five years and vegetarian, 10 years before that. – Oh my God.
– I’m also a pastry chef. I love traveling and I’ve
been to 30+ countries. And then lastly, my nine to five is that I’m a USC grad student, studying Business. – What was your favorite country to visit? – Oh, I love Southeast Asia. – Oh, the food there.
– The food there. – The food there is great. – The food there is great. – Mango sticky rice. – Oh yeah. – Curry.
– Yummy. – What do you think of
your nine to five job? – I like it. I mean it’s temporary since
I’m only in grad school for the next year and then
after that, who knows? But, it’s very different then what I do on the side, definitely. – Would you like to make your side hustle your full time job after grad school? – Maybe. – Oh.
– Oh. – Clues. – Hey, speaking of clues. – Clues. (upbeat music) – Do you think you’re going to guess the side hustle today? – I have had not that
great of a track record but, but, I think, just so confident in myself this time, that it will be different and better. – You ready for the first one? – No, but I can be. – A closer look. Have the merchant turn on the projector and figure up the close-up
image for your next clue. You have until the buzzer
sounds to view the clue. Let’s do it. – Here comes the challenge. – Yeah. – Wow! – It looks like amoeba! – This is the clearest? – This is the clue? – This is magnified? – Yeah.
– Best clue, ever! – Oh, it’s magnified.
– It looks like, fabric. – It looks like a background.
– It does look like fabric. – Does this have to do with food? – Maybe? – She can’t answer me. – What if it’s magnified on a pastry? – Is whatever that is bigger than a bread box? – What’s the size of a bread box? (laughing) – That’s something that my grandma used to ask me when we played games. – What is a bread box? – Do you have any questions? – Is it bigger than a microwave? – I don’t know if I can say that. – Okay.
– Well, I mean help a sister out. (laughing) – Where’s the solidarity?
– Next, next. – Okay. – Is that vegan? – Technically. – Oh.
– Oh. – I almost feel like
– I feel like maybe it could be
technically means you’re not supposed to eat it. (laughing)
– I feel like also seeing anything that says technically vegan I’m kind of not sure. – Okay, I’m gonna go with.
– Oreos. (timer buzzing)
(grunting) – Chelsea what role do you think you’re gonna play on your team? – Totally unhelpful, but here to have a good time. Okay.
– What have we got? – Blind Box. So you have until the buzzer sounds to figure out what secret
clue the box holds. – What? – This is gonna be interesting. – Here you go. – I have a first question.
– You go first. – Is this thing gonna bite me? – You’re the tester, huh? (laughing)
– That’s a great answer. (laughing)
– Go ahead, go ahead. – Okay, Ah!
– First, first one. (laughing) – Ew!
– I know. – Can’t just do that.
– I know. – It’s wet! It’s just liquid. – Ew! – Is there anything else in here? (laughing)
– That could be the water bowl for an iguana. That’s probably what this is. – Interesting pet choice. – Yeah, it feels like water. (giggling) – Wait smell it. – Smell it! – That’s how you can tell, – if it’s juice or water.
– It’s water. – Valid? – It’s water. – Can we do it at the same time?
– Just the one arm – ’cause I can’t see behind it. – Oh it’s a hand! (tittering) I feel a hand! – Water is Vegan. – Oh wait!
– Was it a pinch She’s LA Vegan girl!
– of water up close. So you’re obsessed with dogs! – I mean, LA.
– Does this have to do with dogs? – What was the first clue then?
– Who’s not? – Who’s not? – Right, definitely
dogs over cats but like. – Okay. – I’m triggered now, and this is one game. (timer buzzing)
(grunting) – I’m left with nothing. – What is the closest you’ve ever come to having your own side hustle? – I did music for a
friend’s short film recently and I was like, “This would be cool to do on nights and weekends
for the rest of my life.” What have we got it? – Okay this is our last shot guys. – Out of Context: listen to a random blurb of text from the merchant’s website. You have until the
buzzer sounds to discuss. – Okay. – I think we take everything
out of context here, but let’s do it again. – Okay ready? “We contribute a portion of
proceeds to animal shelters, as well as partner with
them for special events. We want all dogs to feel the comfort of a loving family and home.” – I think that she makes dog clothes, and sells them and a portion
– I agree. of proceeds goes to.
– I think we’re barking up the right tree. – I hated that. – Wow.
– I hated that. – Goodnight! I think we’re done folks. – I’m gonna get back to my kids. – What if it’s like a dog makeover place and they give them new clothes, and then they eat at
like a nice little fake restaurant, like for dogs. – Like a knife and fork that they can put in their paws. – Yeah. – Aw.
– Aw. – That should be invented. (timer buzzing) – Ah shucks. – What’s the closest you’ve ever come to having a side hustle? – This past year, I would get like, phone calls and FaceTime calls
from the girls in my sorority who needed homework help at like 2 am. And I would charge so much money per hour because I was sleeping. – Okay, ready to guess? – Yes. – All right, let’s do it. – I think we have a vague idea. – I think we have some clues.
– Dog House Interior Designer. – Doggie spa groomer. – And Dog Friendly Fitness Instructor.
– Fitness instructor? – It’s just like goat yoga, I wanna do that so badly! – Is that like,
– I want that to be true. like you workout fat dogs? – No, I think, no, it’s like,
– C’mon Fido! no it’s like fitness instructors, where you’re like, oh, you can bring your dog with you.
– Yeah! – Does anyone like, feel like it’s spa? ‘Cause, I feel like, the only clue that we got towards spa was water.
– A spa groomer. – Water.
– But, like, water could go towards literally any of those. Should we take down Spa Groomer? – I think Spa Groomer is my
– I think Spa Groomer least likely.
should go. – We can, okay. – I’m watching her face while we take it down. (laughing) – I feel like she’s maybe a dog
friendly fitness instructor, because maybe that close-up
was of like, a workout mat. and then the water,
– I think that makes sense. like you drink water. Okay.
– Are we all like, unanimous on that? – I’m with you. – Are we all well and agreed?
I’m with you. – Do you vote for, we have
to have everyone vote. – We have to have people vote? I’m not. I am making an executive decision.
– Actually, put it on the board.
– All right. – Here we go. – Oh, she took it. – I took it down, sorry! It’s my decision now! – Way to dominate. – Final decision? – Wait, wait,
– You’re welcome. she’s questioning us now and now I’m like. – I don’t think it’s that. – No, we gotta go with our gut. – No, we have to go with our gut! – I feel like you guys are very split. – No, we are split. (laughing) – We are fully split.
– Just because you’re the only one, who wants the other thing.
– I’m gonna be the nightmare of this
– Doesn’t mean we’re split. And I say it’s not that one. – Well, let’s vote.
– Which one do you think it is? – I think that, she’s a interior
decorator for dog houses. – I just don’t.
– I say it could go either way, but my stronger vote is fitness trainer.
– Okay that’s three to one! – Fine, fine.
– Okay we’re going with it. – We’re going with that. – We’re doing it.
– Are we split? – Should we reveal? – Let’s do it. (fingers snapping) (metal clanking) – Yes! – Yeah, Woo hoo!
– Yes, yes! – We did it!
– I told you! We did it!
– I’m leaving! – Oh, come back here. – Do you bring the dogs, or do I have to bring my own dogs? – It’s BYO-Dog. (laughing)
– I don’t have a dog! – All the exercises, they can be done with body weight or doggy weight movements. – Oh, my god! – What do you do, bench press your dog?
– Exactly. – Imagine like squats holding your dog,
– Oh, my God! – Obviously, depending on the size. – How did you decide
you wanted to do that? – Yeah, so, I’m obsessed with
all things health and fitness. And I thought for the longest time that my career had to be what I loved. And obviously, I hope that is true too but, at least while I’m in school this is something that lets me
be creative and get outside. And especially the social impact component that we donate to animal shelters, really, is something I’m proud of. So, it allows me to do a lot of things that I’m not doing full-time. – Okay, who volunteers?
– So I actually have some friends to help me out. – What?
– Really? – Are they?
– And they can come on in. – Where are they? – Where are the doggies? – Are you kidding me? – Oh, my God!
– You mean my dream is coming true?
– Where are the puppies? – Do you wanna work out? – Hi guys! – I call the small one. – So here, you guys can each. – Hi!
– Oh, my God. – The little one is Daisy and the big one is Leo.
– I love it! – Daisy and Leo! – You can just pick her up. It’s fine.
– Okay. – Okay, come on. – Hello!
– Come here! – So here, you’re gonna hold her. – I feel so mommy! – Our signature move is the doggy squat. There you go, there you go! – Hey, this is how I’m
gonna find my husband! – Leo, sit. – Single leg squat, get a little fancy. Try a bicep curl. – Okay. – There you go. – Oh, my god. – Oh, my gosh. (laughing) – My dumbbell is wiggling. – Okay. – Okay how did today’s episode go? – I mean, I’m holding a dog right now. – I sadly, didn’t like that
there was a disagreement but I’m glad that there was
a little friendly competition going on within the team. – I have been through all of the emotions, my ovaries like exploded during that, I don’t even know. I honestly was like, There was anger, there was surprise, there was joy. I could cry! – My cats are gonna
sniff me a lot tonight, and probably be a little jealous. – So nice meeting you guys, I’m very impressed.
– Thank you so much for letting me work out with your dogs!
– Thank you so much, yeah. – Say bye!
– So you’re gonna let me keep my child? (laughing) – Which one? – That’s my child!
You can take this one. – Thank you so much.
– That’s my child. I’ll keep Leo. – Hi, I’m your new mom!
– There you go. – Wanna check out more episodes? Hit subscribe, here. For the longest time, I was trying to think of something I could do for my full-time career that combined health and all of the things that I was interested in. And it was actually very difficult to do. But, doing something on the side allows you to be creative and follow what your passions are without committing to it full-time.

#128 Node-Red Tricks for Home Automation (JS, Audio, SQlite, Alexa, Mosquitto MQTT etc.)

#128 Node-Red Tricks for Home Automation (JS, Audio, SQlite, Alexa, Mosquitto MQTT etc.)


Last week we started with our home automation
system based on PIR sensors and Sonoff Switches. Both devices were operated by a Firmware based
on Tinkerman’s Espurna framework. The “brains” of the system is a Raspberry
Pi zero and a script provided by Peter Scargill. And all communication is done via the MQTT
protocol. Today, we will bring these things together
and dig a little into node-red and SQLite. I will also show you, how you can monitor
your Pi Zero from a web interface. So, let’s start:
You remember, I have 2 PIR sensors, one Alexa, and two Sonoff switches. This is just a small setup, but we can learn
a lot which can be used if we extend this setup. Last week, we were able to send messages to
a public MQTT broker. Because we do not want to leave our secure
Wi-Fi network, we first setup our own MQTT broker on a Raspberry Pi behind our Firewall. I did this in video #126. I even posted an image for a Pi Zero. You find a link in the description. So, you have an easy start. If you want to use another Raspberry, you
have to install Raspbian and run the script of Peter. You find a link in the description. So, we have now a working MQTT broker. With the utility “DietPi-setup”, we can
give it a fixed IP address. You can also work with the name of your device,
but, I decided for a fixed address. I also decided to use my old Pi zero without
Wi-Fi, because I will place the device close to my switch and I am able to connect it to
a Ethernet cable. For that, I purchased a 3$ USB hub with Ethernet
connection. It runs without any problems. I even can insert the Keyboard in one of the
three USB plugs if I want. So, The IP address is 192.168.0.203 and its
name is hub.local. Next, we have to change the MQTT broker addresses
in our PIR sensors and our Sonoff switches. This can be done by the webinterface introduced
in Video #127. Here, we are also able to set the first part
of the topics string. The device will automatically insert its board
name and add things like “relay” or “alexa”. For the moment, I do not use username/password
for MQTT. Now, we can start MQTT with the command mosquito
-v. When we power our devices, we should now see a lot of messages coming. Each message has a topic and a payload. This is, because the devices publish many
different topics to the MQTT broker. We can now “subscribe” to particular topics
using “mosquito-sub” plus the desired topic. Now, we only see the messages of this topic. If you use my SD card image, you have to issue
two additional commands now. Otherwise, later-on, you will see an empty
page. Now, we know, that the broker runs and we
can go on to the next step. We start node-red on our Pi. As soon as it runs, we can connect to it from
a browser by calling the address of our raspberry. Just type the IP address in a browser window
and you get this nice menu. For the next step, we go to node-red control
panel. If there is already something there, you can
delete it. For this video, we start with a fresh Flow. But how do you get this flow? This is really easy. You go to my Github and open the file “flow.txt”
with any editor. Then, you select the whole text and copy it
with crtl-c. Next, you go to node-red and import from clipboard. Paste the content of your clipboard and decide,
if you want a new flow. Hit import and the miracle happens. You have exactly my flow on your computer. Cool. BTW. You can do this with all sorts of objects
you find in the internet. Now we start from left to right. The first node is a so called MQTT node. You see this if you compare the color and
the symbol with the “palette” on the left. You see also, that it is an “input node”. Next, we have to connect this input node with
our MQTT broker. Easy: Because we run on the same computer,
we just type-in localhost and the Mosquitto port is 1883. Fortunately, we only have to enter this once
and can refer later to it. Because this node should connect to the main
PIR sensor, we have to select the right topic. The client id and the other tabs are not important
for the moment. If you are interested in these, you can watch
my video #125. If you do not remember the topics, just enter
# as topic, “done” and deploy. Connected to this node is a so-called “debug
node”. This node sends messages to the debug window. We can define, how much info we want and we
can switch it on or off. Now, we see the topic and the payload. “0” payload means “off” and “1”
means on. This is defined by the firmware of our PIR
sensor. So, the connection to our PIR sensor works. Next, I want, that the lamps keep on for 5
minutes after my last movement. This is to prevent, that the light goes on-and
off if I am thinking… To achieve that, we can choose a so-called
“function” node. I use the trigger node for our purpose. This has the desired function: It sends an
“on” message to its output as soon as it gets any message at its input. After 5 minutes, it automatically sends an
“off” message. We also select re-trigger. As we have seen before, the PIR sensor sends
on and off messages. If we want, that only on messages reach our
“Pulse” node, we can filter them with a switch node. Here, I define, that I only want the “on”
messages forwarded. The off messages are suppressed. I could add a second output for the off messages… The pulse node has a nice feature: it shows
us its status with a blue dot. Later on, we will build such a feature for
our own nodes. Another nice feature is the sound node: It
helps for example during debugging, when you work with your sensor and you cannot monitor
node red at the same time. So, I added an audio output. In several languages, of course! Now, I can concentrate on my work and get
acoustic feedback. How cool is that? BTW, you can look at these nodes if you are
interested on how you can achieve this function. We could connect the output of the pulse node
directly to our LIGHT_Main node. LIGHT_Main, by the way, is also an MQTT node,
this time an output node. And its topic is the topic of the Sonoff to
switch the light on. But, we want more: We want, that we are able
to override the PIR sensors with either a dashboard or with Alexa. So, we introduce a new input node: A dashboard
button node. Its function is simple: It creates or “injects”
a 1 for on, a 0 for off, and a “A” for automatic. But is not operated from this page. If we go back to our main page and select
“Node Red UI Desktop”, we get a new window. Here, we see for each of the nodes a button
with a label. I also grouped the different buttons according
their purpose. So, I have now a small “command center”. But now, we have two different chains of command
for our Sonoff switches: The PIR signals and the signals from our Dashboard. It is quite obvious, how this should work:
If we press the on or off button on the dashboard, we want, that the lamp is on or off, even
if a conflicting signal comes from the PIR sensor. Only if it is on “Automatic”, we want,
that the signal is transferred directly from our “Pulse” node to the Lamp. But how can we achieve this? Here, we need a few things: We have to use
a fully programmable node, and we have also to have variables which can store a particular
status. The first is easy: We just take the empty
“function” node. This node is programmable in java script. So, let’s have a closer look. If we look at a new node, we just see, that
it returns the message it gets. So, we learn two things:
1. The full message on the input is called msg
and 2. We can transfer a message to the output by
“returning” it. Simple. Now, let’s look at such a message. To do that, we use our PIR sensor and the
debug node. The only thing we do is, to select the complete
message. Then, we see an “object”, and its content,
which we easily refer to. You will later see, how. To play with that setup, I place the function
node between the PIR sensor and the debug node. So, if we want to refer to the topic, we use
msg.topic. So, if we want to transfer the topic also
to the payload, we just write this small code. And if we test now, we see in the debug tab,
that the magic works. But very often, the debug tab is clouded by
many different messages. We have to find a better way. What, if we could see important info in proximity
to the node, like with the pulse sensor? Easy, if you know, how. We just add this line of code, and we now
see the payload directly in our flow. Nice. But how do we get this “override” behavior? Here, we can add a few lines of code: If the
“override” variable is “ON” we want, that the payload always is “1”, and if
“OFF”, it has to be “0”. If the variable is “auto”, we transfer
the payload without change from the input to the output. So, we have to find a way to set and store
the override flag. So far, we only had messages to work with. If the next message arrives, we lose the content
of the former. If we look at our override node, we get sometimes
a message from the “always on” button, or from the PIR sensor and so on. To achieve our goal, we have to store the
override flag every time a message from the dashboard arrives. And the override flag should not be affected
by the messages from the PIR sensor. These lines of code do exactly that. Our dashboard buttons all include the word
“OVERRIDE” in their topic. So, we filter these messages and set the override
flag accordingly. If we now test our setup, it behaves exactly
as desired. We can use Alexa to switch the lamp on or
off, even if the PIR sensor is still on. We could now go on to the next topic. But I do not want to omit telling you, that
Peter Scargill wrote a small article about variables in node-red. You can, for example, store global variables
in one place and use them in another. If we store the result of the override flag
in a global variable, we can use it in our second node. We will use this function in our data logger. From our previous videos, we know, that Peter’s
script also installed the SQLite database. Here, we want to store all events from the
two PIR sensors, together with the override flags. For that, we go to the main page and from
there, to SQLite administrator. Here, we create a database called Sonoff and
add four fields: Topic, payload, timestamp, overrideMain, and overrideTable. That is all here. We go back to our node red tab and start with
connecting the two PIR sensors to a function node. This function node is connected to a SQLite
node. Now, our function node gets all messages from
the two PIR sensors. Now, we just have to bring all into a form
in which the SQLite node will store it properly away. In my last video, I showed you one version
to do that. Some of my viewers made a point, that this
method is not very secure. So, this time, I use a different method and
hope, it is better. The SQLite node needs a “SQL statement as
a topic and the field content as a payload. So, the SQL statement is “INSERT INTO Sonoff”
and all fields of the database. At the end, we add a “VALUES” template
with the same number of question marks. And the payload contains the content of the
variables in the right order. The rest of the code is easily understandable. It only formats the time stamp in a “human
readable format”. And, of course, displays the last update time
as a reference below the node. Now, everything is done and we can deploy
the flow a last time. If you want to create a backup, you can export
the whole content or only selected nodes into your clipboard. Then, you paste it in a text file and you
are done. Very simple, too. And, if you want to know how much resources
node red uses, you go back to the main page, and to “Web Administrator”. Here, you can do all the small stuff an administrator
has to do. So, summarized,
we are able to control our two lamps by two PIR sensors
can override their signal by either pressing a button on a dashboard or by calling Alexa
Were able to use voice as an output were able to store a nice log in a structured
database. And we even learned a few lines of java script. For me, I see now in the morning, if my PIR
sensors were triggered during night. Then, the usual suspect would be our cat called
Dishka. fortunately, we did not name her “Alexa”. I hope, this video was useful or at least
interesting. If true, then Like. Bye

How to make flexible lace using silicone molds/Πως φτάχνω εύκαμπτες δαντέλες από καλούπια σιλικόνης

How to make flexible lace using silicone molds/Πως φτάχνω εύκαμπτες δαντέλες από καλούπια σιλικόνης


This a lace from general purpose glue and silicone mold Find the video DIY general purpose glue lace casting
at the description below or up and right It breaks easily That means that it cannot be used in curved surfaces
and that it is not easy to store them Let?s make flexible and easily stored latex type lace in order to use them in decoupage and mixed media projects Product information at the description below This is a difficult mold to work with. Very thin gaps and
not flat surface (it is a little bit wavy) Fill the gaps This is an easy mold to work with Repeat the process 3-4 hours later in a warm environment (I left to close to the heater) Clean with baby wipe Release the edges and remove the lace Repeat the process Paint them with spray

Does He Design Underwear or Athletic Apparel? | Guess My Side Shopify Business Ep8

Does He Design Underwear or Athletic Apparel? | Guess My Side Shopify Business Ep8


– I feel bad for the 85%
of males that this fits on. – It’s not the size of the body part. It’s the function of the body part. – [Narrator] What do you think these people have in common? Each works a regular nine to five, but they’re also holding down
a surprising side hustle. (energetic music)
Can you guess what it is? (group cheering) A team of four strangers will get three clues. – Guys, I am stumped, truly. – His eyes will tell us everything. – We should go with our gut here. – [Narrator] And one guess – Here we go! – [Narrator] To solve this
episode of Guess My Hustle. – What’s going on, my name is Jonathan. I am from New York. My nine to five job is I am an actor. – [Director] Do you think the contestants are going to be able to
guess your side hustle today? – Most likely not. The product I invented
is pretty proprietary, and it’s difficult to really decipher what exactly I’m selling. So, I have two beautiful babies, a 1 1/2 year old and a 2 3/4 year old. I’m from New York originally, but I live here in Los
Angeles with my family. I have had eight orthopedic
surgeries unfortunately, but I’m still a great dancer. – Alright. – And I also am an actor. That is my nine to five job. – So what’s going on with the surgeries? What have you had surgery on? – I’ve had five knee surgeries. – Same knee? – Three and two. – Jeez!
– Why, what happened to you? – So much great dancing. (Amber laughing) – Actually, I’ve not torn one ACL dancing. I was an athlete. – Okay.
– I’m still an athlete. One of ’em I actually
crashed my motorcycle. Pretty much the rest were from sports. (upbeat music) – [Director] Do you have a side hustle? – I make and sell my
own brand of hot sauce. People love it, it keeps
me from livin’ in my car. – Ready? Target the market. By learning the market you might discover the side hustle you seek. You have until the buzzer
sounds to observe the clue. – [Blake] Alright. – [Amber] Alright. – Okay, so age 18-34, 85% male, adventurous, prepared, and active. Do you identify as 85% male? (Jonathan laughing) I mean we’re all on a spectrum. There’s no shame–
– I’m only 85% male. The 15% of me other is other. – Okay, fair, great. – [Amber] Ah, animals.
– What’s your favorite type of adventure? – For me, that’s a hard question. I mean, I love traveling, doing anything that puts your life at risk. – Okay. – Do you work in like
rehabilitation at all? Of any kind? – I don’t work in
rehabilitation of any kind, but does my product
help for rehabilitation? – [Contestants] Product! – Ding!
– That’s what I was saying! – It helps. – [Chelsea] It helps with rehabilitation. – Yeah. – And 85% male clientele. (buzzer sound) (contestants sighs) Well we got nowhere, so that’s cool. – [Director] What’s your
definition of a side hustle? – I think it’s your passion and love. Your side love. (upbeat music) – Okay, Blind Box. You have until the buzzer sounds to figure out what secret
clue the box holds. – You’re up. – Describe it. – So it’s like a cloth material. – Okay.
– All right. – Oh, I can do both
hands in the box? Okay. Oh there’s more, there’s a couple pieces. It’s like a stretchy material, like you would wrap it around something. – I told you.
– Yeah but there’s more than one piece. Kinda like a durag type material. – Oh wow. – See what I’m saying?
– Feels like underwear. No, I’m kidding.
– Right, that’s what I thought first I thought it was a thong – Does this go over a body part? – Yes. – Wow!
– What is this a thong for ants? (contestants laugh) – It’s like, I feel bad
for the 85% of males that this fits on. – [Amber] Right. It’s a body part though. – I mean… – Okay. Somebody else feel this cause I– – Look, It’s not the
size of the body part, It’s the function of the body part. – Is this product used? And is it gross that I’m touching it? – No. That’s not– that product was used but it’s not gross.
– What is this? – It’s a fresh product. – So it’s in a part of the
body that isn’t gonna give me some sort of interesting– – That’s up for interpretation. – Okay
– I don’t like that. I don’t wanna touch this. – That’s never something
someone wants to hear. – How does this secure to the body part – because there’s no Velcro? (buzzer sound) – Oh, come on. – [Director] What are
you here to do today? – I’m here to have
number one, to have fun, and then two, to guess
someone’s side hustle. That’s always second. (upbeat music)
– Let’s do clue number three. Alright. Out of Context. Move aside and listen to
a random blurb of text from the merchant’s website. You have until the
buzzer sounds to discuss. – Oh, I feel good about this. – Yes.
– Okay. – We gonna get a blurb. – This is– – Having like done an exegesis
on every guy’s text ever, I will be able to figure
this out. I promise. – Dream achieved. – 80% nylon, 20% spandex
anti-microbial compression fabric, providing a perfect balance
of stretch and stability. – So that’s it.
– Yeah – [David] Yeah, this goes on the knees, – It goes on the knees – Functional, helps you function. – Some kind of athletic
– athleticism – Do the people who wear
this product play sports? – Most. – Most of them. – Is it for the– – Do they wear it while they
are playing sports or after? – Correct. – So it helps– – Wait, during or after? – During and after.
– During. During. – During? And it helps
them function better? – Correct. – Does it help their
knees function better? – No. – Oh! – Cause it was small,
I’m going to say ankle. Like an ankle-toe sitch.
Like an ankle-foot situation. – Or maybe a wrist or a hand
– Or like wrist, finger – I’ve had a knee surgery before too and something compression
keeps all the parts together while your knee is healing. – What kind of knee surgery? – Right Lateral Meniscus
playing Rugby. Yeah. – Wait, what is Rugby? – That gives me no clue
because they hurt themselves all over their body. – It’s like angry soccer and football. (buzzer sound)
(Amber laughs) – [Director] Chelsea,
do you have any friends who have a side hustle? – Yeah. Pretty much every girl I know, their side hustle is just dating. – Alright guys. Now you get the chance to guess my side hustle. – [Amber] Okay. Athletic Apparel Designer, – Mens Luxury Underwear Designer, and Paracord Bracelet Weaver. (contestants sigh) – No, on the underwear – Cause the pieces aren’t
big enough to be underwear. – They’re big enough
to be certain underwear but they weren’t big enough. – Maybe for you. – And he said that athletes wear them? Not to say that athletes
don’t wear luxury underwear – But a paracord you’re saying is like a– – It’s for like camping I think.
They have them in bracelets a lot of weirdos wear ’em. So if you get– – Woah! Woah! (Amber laughs) – Talking about–
– It’s a safe space – No, no, no. I’m saying
the people that wear them don’t camp. Usually they’re just like “I always have my paracord
ready just in case”. – What is a paracord?
– Yeah. – I have no frigging idea. – Okay so
– Okay! (Contestants Laughing) – Don’t feel like I’m attacking you. You don’t even know what a paracord is. – Let’s just say that I really
– No, no, no, no! – Hope that you would know
what you do as a side hustle. – Maybe it was a– – And it’s not Mens
Luxury Underwear Designer cause you made us touch it. – So this is your final choice? – That’s our final answer
– Final answer! – Yes!
– Yes. Final choice. – Final answer. – Alrighty then. – Open the hatch– – Let’s see how smart
you guys are or aren’t. (metal door rolling) (contestants celebrating) – Yeah! We won. Yes. – Hi five, hun. There we go. – Ouch! My finger! – Oh! – Time to get some Grappz. – Oh yes! – Alright guys, great work
guessing my side hustle. This is my company, my baby, my passion. It’s called Grappz. This is a product I invented on my own. We are currently patent pending. This is a finger protection
device via compression glove. I busted my fingers so many
times and had to tape ’em and it just wasn’t cutting it. So when I tore my ACL, had
so much time that I was able to just bring this idea to fruition. Kurt Angle, Olympic
Gold Medalist, Wrestler, was a buddy of mine cause
we did a film together. Sent him the pair, and
he’s like, “I love this,” “I wanna be involved.” So he got involved, he’s part owner and he is now my endorser, he wears them in the WWE, I’m very proud of that. We have three different
variations, check it out. Check these out. This is the guy who it’s gonna work for. You were a Rugby player.
So now think about pushing, pulling, pushing,
pulling, pushing, pulling. It’s meant for all athletes
that injure their fingers. Basketball, Football, anything
that a ball would come to. Dodgeball, Rugby. But it’s meant for grapplers. Obviously the name is Grappz. Kinda like Boxers wear
wraps, Grapplers wear Grappz. – What do you love most about
the product and doing this? – I love when I get
messages from customers literally all over the
world, in different sports that I didn’t intend to saying thank you so much
for inventing these. I’ve been looking for something
like this for a long time. (upbeat music) – I thought it was pretty easy, I have a pretty good team with me so I felt like we worked
together pretty well and we were able to narrow it down. – I don’t meet a lot of people
who are starting a business from scratch so I think it was really cool and fun to figure it out. – I liked touching the stuff
and not knowing what it is. I don’t like that, I don’t wanna touch it. I was ready for a scary animal. I knew it wouldn’t be but it was fun. – Guys, thank you so much.
– Yeah. Thank you. I’m really proud of this
– Thank you. Thank you. – Keep an eye on us. Thanks for playing Guess My Hustle. Check out more episodes right here. Piece of advice I’d
give to someone starting their own side hustle, is resilience. You gotta keep going, if
you really believe in it and really passionate about
it. You gotta be malleable. You gotta take the blows and move forward.

Is She a Beauty Mogul or Love Coach? | Guess My Shopify Business Ep.11

Is She a Beauty Mogul or Love Coach? | Guess My Shopify Business Ep.11


– If you ever heard
someone make out like that, you’d be like, “Absolutely
break up yesterday.” – Oh, I thought it was precious. – No. – [Narrator] What do you think
these people have in common? Each works a regular nine to five, but they’re also holding down
a surprising side hustle. Can you guess what it is? (people oohing) A team of four strangers will get three clues. – Guys, I am stumped, truly (laughs). His eyes will tell us everything. – We should go with our gut here. – [Narrator] And one guess– – Here we go! – [Narrator] to solve this
episode of Guess My Hustle. – Hi everyone, I’m Jacqui and for my nine to five job, I run a perfume company
called Eye of Love. Hi, Jacqui. – Chelsea, nice to meet you. – Hi, I’m Blake. – [Director] Do you think
the contestants today are going to be able to
guess your side hustle? – I don’t think so, I’m
gonna make it tough for them. So let’s see if they can get it. I’m gonna tell you a few
fun facts about myself. I go to China every year. – Wow. – Nice. – I studied abroad in Israel. I started my first business
when I was 14-years-old as a dance instructor. I married my high school sweetheart, we’ve been together for 11 years now. – Wow. – Yeah, and I’m the vice president of a pheromone perfume brand. – Well, first of all, shalom ma nishma (Jacqui laughing) – Did your high school sweetheart inspire your side hustle? – Definitely, yeah. – Wow. You’re a vice president, so I’m
sure you do fine monetarily. What made you decide to do a side job? – To do even more. – Cool. – Something about that makes me feel like there’s like charity involved. – That’s what I was thinking like– – Like it’s like humanitarian. – It’s something about giving back. To give some, give some– – It’s something she can
do with her bae, too. – I don’t know. – [Blake] I’m getting that she
just wanted some more money. (women laughing) – [Ashley] That too. (upbeat jazz music) – [Director] Amber, do
you think you’re going to be able to guess today’s side hustle? – Do I think or do I know? I know I’m gonna be able to
guess this one today, okay? Card number one. Sound Bites. Have the merchant press the button and listen closely. You have until the
buzzer sounds to discuss. (mouth kissing) Lips. – Okay, it’s kissing. – Kissing – It’s the sound of lips. Kissing. – So many kisses. (Jacqui laughing) – If you ever heard
someone make out like that, you’d be like, “Absolutely,
break up yesterday.” – Oh, I thought it was precious. – No. – [Blake] It immediately makes me think of something to do with like kids or like– – I would think lipstick, make up. That’s what I would think. – Oh, yeah. – No kids came to my mind but it’s cool. – That’s not, I didn’t mean it creepy. – There’s lots of kissing
in Israel, you know? There’s a lot of, what if it’s totally wrong
and it’s like an EDM thing? – She could be a DJ. – [Ashley] Right. – That’s the thing, like. (buzzer buzzing) (people laughing) – [Director] Chelsea, do
you have anything you’d consider a side hustle? – I basically decided I wanted
to make money traveling, there wasn’t somebody doing
like comedic travel stuff. I got hired basically to
travel around the world and do funny social media
and it’s the greatest scam I’ve ever gotten myself involved in. All right, let’s read another clue. – [Amber] Let’s go. – [Chelsea] Blind Box. You have until the buzzer
sounds to figure out what secret clue the box holds. First here. – Okay, fabric, lace. – What is this? – Oh, don’t peak. – [Blake] It almost feels like a loofah. – It’s like a net. – You’re a fisherman. – Yeah, she saves dolphins. – Ooh, kind of feels like a wedding dress. – How many wedding
dresses have you touched? (Jacqui laughing) – So we know it’s a product based on that we just touched it, right? – [Amber] Right. – And if she goes once a year to China to maybe do something about her product? – Right, I don’t know, we’ll see. – So wedding dress, kissing. Okay, you said something
about wedding dress. – What if it’s like recycling stuff that she gets in China to make a product? – Kissing, I think wedding. – Or maybe she recycles wedding dresses with people who are disadvantaged. (buzzer beeping) – [Amber] I don’t think so. – [Chelsea] Why not? – [Director] What side hustle
can you see yourself having? – In 20 years, maybe life coaching, teaching my elderly comrades how to live their best life (laughs). It is Word Scramble. Unscramble the letters
correctly to receive your next clue. You have until the buzzer sounds. – [Jacqui] Here’s that for you. – [Ashley] Thank you. – [Chelsea] Thanks. – What letter is this? – [Chelsea] E-M-C. – [Blake] Emcir? – [Ashley] Maybe the H goes. – [Chelsea] City. Miss city. – [Amber] Miss city. She’s in the pageant, Miss city. – [Chelsea] Higher. Oh wait, here you go. Chemistry. – [Ashley] Chemistry. – Chemistry. (team cheering) (team clapping) – That was great. – Kisses, chemistry. – Pheromones, we can’t forget that. – She likes her husband still. – Yeah, so you’re with your
high school sweetheart still and he inspired you to
create this side hustle. – How do you know if you
have chemistry with someone? You smell them, you make out with them. – You smell someone and then made out? – [Chelsea] Pheromones,
she works with pheromones. – Okay. – Or maybe you throw the fabric
over them and like (laughs). – That works too. (buzzer beeping) – [Chelsea] That was hard. Harder than the other one. – [Amber] Yeah it is. – [Director] Do any of your friends have a legit side hustle? – Selling merchandise for
their like YouTube channels. My friends make really
good money off of that. – Are you guys ready to
guess my side hustle? (people agreeing) Now’s your chance. – [Amber] Killing us inside. – So lingerie colorist expert– – Lipstick manufacturer. – Love coach and relationship expert. – [Chelsea] Lingerie colorist expert. – Maybe that explains the
texture of the fabric? – [Blake] The lipstick would
explain the strange lip sounds. – But like the love coach
feels more like holistic like if you put all the clues together. – [Ashley] This is tricky. – I know, this is a tough one. – I think I’m gonna X the love coach and relationship expert. – [Blake] No, please don’t. – [Amber] What does the
fabric have to do with that? – Okay so love coach
and relationship expert. The first was the kissing,
so love, obviously. The second one was like a
wedding dress-esque feel– – Or something lace,
something sexy to like. – [Chelsea] Are you a matchmaker? – We’ll find out shortly. – And then the third was the– – [All] Oh! – [Ashley] That’s the one we didn’t want. – [Blake] We don’t need that one! – [Chelsea] Love. – Just get rid of it. – [Chelsea] Let’s go with it. – [Blake] Let’s go with it. – We’re going with it? Okay. – I’m gonna go with lipstick manufacturer. – I think she’s a love coach
and relationship expert. And since she’s been with her partner, for all those years. – But her lipstick be
poppin’, I don’t know. You know, like I would
buy lipstick from her. – So I felt in my heart for a while that it was love coach
and relationship expert. – Let’s pick, okay. – The love coach. – [Blake] I’m going love coach. – [Amber] Love coach, pull it. – That’s your final answer? (people agreeing) Okay, are you ready? – [Ashley] Confident, yes. – Ready, ready, ready. – [Jacqui] Here it comes. (door raising) (people cheering) – [Blake] Love coach, right? Yeah. – You got it. – [Amber] Awesome, impressive. – Yeah, so I’m a love coach
and relationship expert, and I help people that
are looking for love, want to spice up their
current relationship. I went through about a year of schooling and got my certification
and now I can, you know, help people live their best life. – What’s one of the
biggest things you love about doing this work? – The testimonials that I get from my clients that are just like, “You gave me the courage to
really like get out there and I found, you know,
the love of my life.” Those are the things that
really keep me going. It’s not necessarily the money, it’s more just like
fulfillment for my soul. – So how do find the time to do both? – That’s why it’s a hustle so (laughs). I’ll wake up early in the morning, I’ll start like an hour before work. And I’ll start with my social posts. Then, you know, during
lunch I’ll, you know, check emails and then after
work, I’ll see clients. – How do you keep your relationship spicy? – Some things I think are really important is making time for yourselves. And we have a date
night every single week, no matter how crazy we are. It can be anything from like going to a boxing class together, going out to dinner,
doing things like that. – Do you know anyone who’s single? – (laughs) Oh, I know
plenty of single people. – [Chelsea] Okay, let’s talk after. – We’ll chat after (laughs). – [Director] Amber, do you feel
like you need a love coach? – Oh, I definitely think
I can use a love coach so I don’t want to kill my
husband half the time, you know? (Amber laughing) – [Director] Do you think
it was divine intervention when the one option fell? (people oohing) – That’s the one. – We don’t need that one. – Absolutely. Something up there was helping us out. The love gods. – Do I need a love coach? I don’t think I need a love
coach ’cause I exude love. – Thank you guys so much for coming, I had so much fun playing this game for you guys and wish
you all the best of luck in your pursuit for finding love and living your best life. (people laughing) – [Amber] Thank you, thank you. – Nice to meet you. Thanks for playing “Guess My Hustle,” watch more episodes, here. My one piece of advice would
be just dive in and do it, there’s never a good time and you can always make time to do something that you love.

Decoupage krok po kroku – choinka z lampkami w bieli – poradnik

Decoupage krok po kroku – choinka z lampkami w bieli – poradnik


Welcome all, last film today from themes Christmas I invent Chrimas tree which cut from HDF shape of classic Christmas tree but in addition I secured that handel on which I put small led lights all base i indemnified acrylic paint, bed in spray gesso i painted on flat then after painting. I fold it I established that on my Chrimas tree will be only lights but i must add something I liked a new mold in shape of cones In 3 sizes I used a super light mass and
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Logo Design with Mark Winn

Logo Design with Mark Winn


– A logo usually
communicates all the essence of something in a very
short amount of time. But I believe the more
abstract and unique it is, the better chance it has of communicating. (funky music) Hi, I’m Mark Winn. I’m a designer and a painter. Today we’re going to draw
a logo, and make a logo, design a logo, conceive a logo. We’re going to create a logo. (click)
(whoosh) To start off with a
uniqueness about it is a goal. Everybody wants to be in
their own little world set apart from rest of the products, and the people, and
everything around them. I wanna find what it is about me that I wanna say or put out there that’s recognizable, has a logo. (whooshing) I already have a logo for myself, but I’m going to redesign
a logo for myself. (click)
(whoosh) Personal logo is going to
evolve, there’s no way around it. Now that I live in the woods,
(sirens) not about the city anymore,
(birds chirping) I’m not about that street scene, I’m more about living in the redwoods. (fun funky music) (birds chirping) Look at all the words associated, and I look at all the
things that could be usable in a concept way, and I write those down. The old logo is just, you
know, pretty standard. Now I’ll modernize it into,
like, all these things here. There’s an owl that, as I work at night, is constantly going hoo, hoo, hoo! I want to work that into
my logo as it exists now. (click)
(whoosh) In the sketch phase, this
would go over the course of, like, weeks, you may have
page after page after page of different iterations
on what you want to do. Something kind of moves you within it. You’re like, okay, those four, from the 20 that you draw in pencil, those four I can take to the computer. There’s a couple ways you can do that if they’re complex, and
there’s really some subtleties, and you nailed it with the pencil drawing. You can take a photo with your phone, and just put it on Adobe
Illustrator, and then trace it. Or, what I do often is I
just redraw in Illustrator. (funky electronic music) K, we’re gettin’ somethin’. Doesn’t look too much like Batman. Oh, very important to hit save. Illustrator is so powerful,
and you can go through alotta studies on one
style of one concept. And so I usually blow that
out in a straight line. I draw it from left to right, and I start with the first concept logo I did. And then I’m like oh, if I
made the eyes more glowly. So I go to the next one
and I fix just that aspect. I’m like oh, the shape is kinda clunky. So then I go to the next one, I fix that. And so there’s kind of that
Darwin evolutionary process of where I was as I go,
and you can always go back. And that’s the beautiful thing about the digital age, you know. You can go back and like,
oh, this part I like still. So you just take and steal that part and put it with this part,
and then you can start Frankensteining the pieces of it (funky jazzy music) ’til you get to the end,
to where you kinda like it. And somewhere in there I
kinda add colors sometimes. And then I take it out and I just do black and white or I do grey scale. I work that out all the way through to where I’m exhausted on that logo. I just don’t want to look anymore. It’s horrible. Then I go to the next concept
and I work that one through. It’s easier to start with a typeface, and then outline that
typeface with the computer, and then adapt and make
it something your own. Illustrator has a ton a
tools that will help you. You can take a straight drawing
of this and turn it into, you know, that. It’s gonna be symmetrical, so just draw one side and then flip it. (clicking) Now fix the wings, refine the things. You can spend days. Sometimes I just sit on it. I look at it for a while,
then I come back to it. So, the one last thing I’d say is that looks great on its own, but let’s think about what we would do to put it in a shape. So we could put it in a circle, you know, is that something that is going to make your logo work better. So you could always have white inside, or whatever, to make it pop. But I’m thinkin’ more like you try to make the shape more your own. There is no right or wrong. Everything is right. There’s only, in the end, are you happy with it. If you’re doing it for yourself, that’s the only thing that matters. Now go out there and create
a logo about yourself and share it with KQED Art School. I’m sorry, I can’t say KQED. (laughing) – [Man] (laughing)It’s cool. It’s fine. – KQED Art School. There. (laughing)

Inside Ikea’s big bet on smart home tech

Inside Ikea’s big bet on smart home tech


– IKEA is huge. It consumes 1% of the world’s wood supply, and sells one billion
meatballs every year. Now it’s focusing its resources
on making the home smart. We went to Sweden to talk to the company about its smart home ambitions. This is IKEA 2.0. (upbeat techno music) What are the products in Home Smart today? – Well today, the offering
from IKEA Home Smart started off with the wireless charging, which is the Nordmarke,
the Riggad, the table lamp, the Hektar table lamp with
integrated wireless charging. We have the Tradfri smart lighting. We have the Kadrilj and Fyrtyr,
which are the smart blinds, and we also have the sound products, Eneby and Symfonisk. – [Thomas] The Home Smart
Initiative was started in 2012 when Bjorn Block joined
IKEA’s lighting division, just as the company was
launching the Uppleva TV. You remember the Uppleva TV, right? It was a major embarrassment for IKEA and a lesson learned
that technology is hard. – It’s a television
that is fully integrated into a piece of IKEA furniture. Take a look. – [Woman] Uppleva comes
with an illustrated instructural manual and
all the essential pieces for assembling your furniture and state-of-the-art plasma
screen television set. We also make meatballs. (audience laughs and claps) – We are used to do this type of products, shelves, and couches, and beds, and all the products that you think about when you think about IKEA. So we then started to
think about smart products in the sense that they have chips in them, of course, there has been
a lot just explanation to the rest of our organization
and our colleagues. – We didn’t start IKEA Smart Home, we started IKEA Home Smart, because the home comes first. – IKEA designs its products
at its headquarters here in Almhult, Sweden, a
town of just 9,000 people. It’s 6,000 miles away from Silicon Valley, but it still has to compete with the likes of Apple and Google for the same tech talent. This town is responsible for the 9,500 products IKEA sells, including the 2,000 new
products swapped in each year. IKEA has the ability to
pick winners and set trends. In fact, they’re probably a big reason your LED light bulbs are so cheap, regardless of where you bought them from. – We set out the journey
not only to go all-in LED, but also to say, “Lets
from 10 Euros to one Euro.” And a few years down the
line, now we’re there. We’re selling a two-pack for one Euro now. – How are you choosing which
product range to go into? – When IKEA Home Smart started,
we were based in lighting. And then we came from cords, we knew that cords were like a hassle, people hated cords, people hated charging, but it was still a big need. So then we started with that, as you say, not as a proof of concept
but as a clear product range that we thought, “Okay,
so let’s try out, also, “our ideas on how to develop “home furnishing with
technology influences.” – It’s all about simplicity. Our customers, they are
quite new to gadgets. They are not the techie nerds. They need to be able to understand
what it can do for them. And not having too many different features and functionalities in a tricky set up. – We would like to go beyond the resident geek of the
home and invite more people, and physical interfaces are a
fantastic way of doing that. We would like to expand that offering and make it so easy that it finally doesn’t feel like technology. – In 2015, IKEA had to choose between two competing
wireless charging technologies when launching its first
Home Smart product. – We had to take an early bet and we picked the standard that we thought was going to be the winning one. And we picked Chi and I
think we actually impacted a few other players just
by picking that standard. – Because Apple then chose
it, and then it was done. – Apple chose it and when they launched, two years later, when they
launched the first phone, the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X, with Chi, they had an IKEA logo on stage, saying that they are now
compatible with IKEA. – Smart home leaders should be concerned about the world’s largest
furniture retailer’s ability to easily enter the home. A walled garden starts with a seed and more often the not,
IKEA is the first company people invite through the door. Here, let me explain. Imagine you’re leaving
home for the first time, furnishing a dorm or a shared apartment. You go to IKEA for a
bed, couch, and a light when you realize that you can buy a Symfonisk lamp that’s also a speaker, that works with your free Spotify account. Then for a couple years, you’re satisfied that, no
matter what goes wrong, at least you’ve got your
sound issue handled. And since you need a bulb, you might as well make it a Home Smart. Soon you’ll need your own
place, a few more bulbs, and maybe a couple Sonos speakers, then the kids arrive and
you buy even more gear until you finally die. That’s IKEA’s advantage with Home Smart. Don’t get me wrong. Right now, Home Smart lags the competition in terms of both functionality
and breadth of devices. Hue still dominates smart bulbs, and IKEA is dependent on
Google, Apple, and Amazon for their voice assistance. IKEA needs help to grow
its Home Smart ecosystem. Your speakers aren’t smart, for example. I mean, they don’t have microphones in it. Why did you choose not to have mics? – I think they’re super smart because they play a lot of good music and connects all the music services, but they don’t have voice
control in isolation. But you can enable them with voice control if you connect them to a gateway. You can connect them to a Echodot, you can connect them to an Alexa, or you can use Siri, and so on. So we enabled voice control but we haven’t put in a
microphone into our products. – [Thomas] The Sonos partnership created an overwhelming response for
the Symfonisk lamp and shelf, both of which feature
Sonos compatible speakers. The range is also the
first co-branded product ever sold in an IKEA store. It’s a true partnership. – The collaboration started in 2016. So we went knocking on Sonos’ door because we knew they
were the market leaders and we knew that we needed a partner. Because with the Uppleva case,
that was not very successful. – That was the TV, I believe. – [Johanna] That was the TV, exactly, and it was not very successful. We did not have a partner. It was a new product area for us. We didn’t have any experience. So we knew if we want to be
successful stepping into sound, we need a strong partner in this. – Internally, IKEA never viewed Home Smart with the same importance as
its formal business areas like Living Room, and
Bedroom, and Bathroom. and frankly, the lack of priority shows. Home smart products aren’t terrible; the Sonos compatible
speakers are pretty good. But IKEA’s Home Smart
documentation is confusing, adding devices to the home drives me nuts and the app is buggy. – In IKEA we have the
formula of democratic design; where we have form,
function, sustainability, low price, and quality. And obviously here, we’re not living up to quality and function in that sense. Our funding has been year on year, saying, “Let’s continue this project, “let’s see if we’re gonna do another year “or two years on it now.” – In August, IKEA promoted Home Smart into its own business area and that can have a major
impact on what comes next. If you’re a business area,
it comes with a lot of… What can I say, givens. You get a dedicated space in the store, you’re on a certain budget,
ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba. And Home Smart being a business
area, it’s a big thing. – We have a very strict article
number frame within IKEA. If we did not get an article number from that other business area, we could not actually develop the product. – The article numbers
is quite a hot currency because we tend to have 9,500
articles in a typical store. And even if we introduce
2,000 new products every year, this number, 9,500, is not going up. So that means that 2,000 are going out. Seeing where IKEA has moved
from in 75 years until today, I can’t even think of where we’re gonna be in 75 years from now. So it might be good to
force ourselves to think in a 5-year or 10-year perspective, but when you go to IKEA, you
experience the whole home. You go through Living Room and Bedroom, you go to kitchens, Children’s IKEA. So it’s not only a luxury to
have access to the whole home, it’s actually our obligation to look at, where should the home be smart? In what rooms, for what activities? So now being a business unit,
it’s just being amplified that that is our task,
that is our mission, to now look at the Smart Home, not the Smart product category. – [Thomas] IKEA is reinventing itself as a furniture company that understands the role of technology in the home. When IKEA was founded in 1943, the world had more dreams than technology. And now it seems the opposite is true. We have so much cheap technology that any dumbass idea can be mass produced and marketed as smart. If computing is supposed to
be everywhere in the future, then why not from the company that’s already everywhere in the home? Hey, thanks for watching! Why don’t you Like and Subscribe? Is that how you do it? (laughs) – Oh, my god, Thomas.
– You have the most energy we’ve seen all night.
– Yes, I was like, what? – [Woman] YouTuber mode!

How to Align Refrigerator Doors

How to Align Refrigerator Doors


To align the refrigerator doors you will need a Phillips head
screwdriver and a and seven sixteenths or five sixteenths wrench. Begin by opening both doors of the
refrigerator. Identify the grill base at the bottom of the appliance. Some grills will be attached with screws. Others will not. Using the Philips head screwdriver, remove the screws on each end of the grill base. Pull the grill base out with your hands
and set it aside. Later models do not require grill base
removal. Next, close both doors and identify the door alignment. Locate the door alignment screw at the bottom of the fresh food door. Using the wrench, turn the screw from left
to right to raise the refrigerator door and right
to left to lower it Once the doors are evenly aligned, reassemble the grill base.