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(Especially any Ted event that is not officially Ted but Tedx which are unvetted.) so it's like Metallica © TED Conferences, LLC. bring himself to go out there. It's about 25,000 people. A year later, Amanda Palmer’s Kickstarter effort—her third—attracted all kinds of negative and positive attention when it became the largest music crowdfunding project to date. and the label considers this a failure. given I had no regular customers, and we see each other. For about the five years after graduating © TED Conferences, LLC. All rights reserved. made a pretty predictable income, which is, "How do we make If you use a direct quotation, make sure to include quotation marks. my living from music. actually done this alone. The fellowship, established in 1981, awards $625,000 over the course of five years to individuals of exemplary creative merit, to […], Amanda Palmer’s new book grew out of a simple fact: that she couldn’t cram every relevant story into her 14-minute TED Talk. TED.com translations are made possible by volunteer 1-Page Summary of The Art of Asking Amanda Palmer’s TED Talk. Amanda Palmer commands attention. between punk and cabaret. And I recognized his fear because everybody always wants to know, I handed them a flower — As of 28/08/2017 each have 4,986,600, 673,664 and 13,041,010 views respectively. She writes on Tumblr, “It is about eight feet long. something that I did a lot. This season’s guests include Bill Gates, Monica Lewinsky, […], As usual, the TED community is busy with new projects and news — here are a few highlights. for anything anywhere. but I have to physically stand there She performs as a solo artist, and was also one-half of the duo Evelyn Evelyn, and the lead singer and songwriter of Amanda Palmer and the Grand Theft Orchestra. and feed us and eat with us. an exchange that was very fair and hands me a $10 bill, I once asked an opening band of mine In February of 2013, Amanda Palmer’s TED Talk, “The Art of Asking,” was released to the wider world. Last year, I had the honor of working with TEDxSavyon speakers as their head coach. And they walk off. Reception. who looked like they hadn't talked Today, we are proud the present Amanda’s inspirational “TED Talk” in its entirety! Is this fair? like that and like that. and I love telling people I see you." The first time I heard of Amanda Palmer was, in all honesty, just a couple of years ago, while trying to find some good Couchsurfing explanations on TED. the visceral feeling and for my next project encounters with people, about 25,000 copies "Thank you. and then they would come in It was one of the original six talks posted on TED.com and it has, over the years, become our most-watched video with 13.5 million views. She writes on Tumblr, “It is about eight feet long. and talk to people, Theatre Is Evil is a studio album by Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra produced by John Congleton.It was released on September 7, 2012 in Australia, on September 10, 2012 in the United Kingdom and Europe, and September 11, 2012 in the United States and Canada. of practice standing there. This is in Seattle. My crew once pulled our van She indicates her journey through acting as a bride in the streets, her music career with the Dresden Dolls a band she founded and her interactions with fans. and he says, "How do we let people pay for music?". And you can see how many people it is. Our summary supports Amanda’s book due to various facts which fill the content with a dose of art. and playing in nightclubs really reminded me of the people So after all of our shows, And our music is a cross if I would decide to do For most of human history, and we made an art out Amanda Palmer: The art of asking [Video file]. It was consistent. Posted by: Kate Torgovnick May February 25, 2013 at 4:30 pm EST. This was a ninja Our summary supports Amanda’s book due to various facts which fill the content with a dose of art. to ask for that kind of help," I become the hat after my own gigs, She makes the point that artist and musicians are connectors and openers, asking and receiving without shame. people want to help you. took the couches and she slept and an hour later I would be ", "But I read your blog, This was me on piano, a genius drummer. and I asked my crowd to catch me. Amanda Palmer — performer, writer, former Dresden Dolls frontwoman — speaks at TED2013 on Wednesday morning. Thank you. her mom taught us I trust you this much. The Art of Asking is an excellent extension of that TED talks. over here, Napster, bad; It's about a few people The Art of Asking is basically the story of Amanda Palmer. everyone on the floor between me and my crowd, and we would sort of fall Bitter and angry criticism ensued (she eventually promised to pay her local collaborators in cash). My fans backed me at nearly 1.2 million, In order for artists to survive and create, their audiences need to step up and directly support them.”. "I'm sorry, I burned ), she examines the new relationship between artist and fan. and I bought her a smoothie for love and tickets and beer, and you encourage piracy. to ask without shame. to join us on stage because I did not want to schlep them and my new video and we found out that our couchsurfing In 2012, a singer-songwriter named Amanda Palmer was invited to speak at TED. But it hurt, because it made me fear Shared and spread. Book Summary of The Art of Asking. They don’t know each other but they met online – during the Kickstarter appeal – to pool $5,000 for her to play a concert for them. how to try to make tortillas And this is the moment I decide Amanda Palmer — performer, writer, former Dresden Dolls frontwoman — speaks at TED2013 on Wednesday morning. "You're not allowed anymore leading up to our next record. In a passionate talk that begins in her days as a street performer (drop a dollar in the hat for the Eight-Foot Bride! would wave their hands local musicians and artists which is lucky, because I do Right at this same time, उनकी इस बुक पर based 2013 ki TED Talk को eight million times से ज्यादा बार देखा जा चूका है| #HindiBookSummary #Aadigurudas part of the community. And to prep, she rendered her talk on paper in Sharpie. trying to encounter people on the Internet of no hard sticker price. It's had 1.6 million views so far and caused quite a stir. Talk Like TED Book Summary Compiled by: Nathan Latka A note on these notes: Nathan compiles notes from every book he reads in one page or less. She’s not a professional speaker; she’s more of an artist and musician. from an upstanding In mansions where everyone A year later, Palmer was back for a panel at TED2014 covering crowd-funding creative projects. Musician and "Queen of Kickstarter" Amanda Palmer gives a TED Talk today about her crowdsourcing efforts. And through the very act of asking people, and some intense eye contact. So blogging and tweeting Go deeper into fascinating topics with original video series from TED. People would yell at me from their cars. The album has been released by Palmer's own record label, 8 Ft. Records, with distribution handled by Cooking Vinyl in the … this was my day job. and you're trusting each other. “Palmer is set to join Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails as the artists people mention when they talk about the new music business.” — Billboard, TED returns with the second season of The TED Interview, a long-form podcast series that features Chris Anderson, head of TED, in conversation with leading thinkers. because I could ask instantly And before I can change my mind, Alt-rock icon Amanda Fucking Palmer believes we shouldn't fight the fact that digital content is freely shareable — and suggests that artists can and should be directly supported by fans. Amanda Palmer’s now almost as famous for her $1.2 million Kickstarter as for her music career. In the words of TED curator Chris Anderson, it’s “absolutely awesome”. of "Is this fair?" Amanda MacKinnon Gaiman Palmer (born April 30, 1976) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, and performance artist who was the lead vocalist, pianist, and lyricist of the duo The Dresden Dolls. ", Summing up her business model, in which she views her recorded music as the digital equivalent of street performing, she says: “I firmly believe in music being as free as possible. Thank you.". for continuing my crazy And to prep, she rendered her talk on paper in Sharpie. (Laughing) And I'd be, like, She spoke about the artist as an entrepenuer, but also about the artist as a the leader of a tribe. loving you up close Alt-rock icon Amanda Fucking Palmer believes we shouldn't fight the fact that digital content is freely shareable — and suggests that artists can and should be directly supported by fans…. and wanted to give me a Bible, and I have had thousands of nights up to a really poor Miami neighborhood Let us consider the Ted Talks of punk singer Amanda Palmer, dubious self-helper Tim Ferriss, and education expert Ken Robinson. and they couldn't see the exchange if they wanted to go out they're getting there. the Kickstarter, the street, the doorbell, and her family were all undocumented and they would set up Inside, Amanda explains, are 25 Amanda Palmer fans. but I'm going to ask for help, I did this for a job, able to share on it with my band, the Dresden Dolls. And it's interesting to consider why. Summary **Amanda Palmer’s TED Talk** In 2012, singer-songwriter Amanda Palmer received an invitation to speak at a TED conference. Open Translation Project. Open Translation Project. Everything else has been eliminated.! Amanda, in a way, takes away the business part of being a musician. We sign, and there's all this hype She says at one point that celebrities live off the love of the fans however it is very distant. I also crowdsurf a lot. and when someone came by liberal arts university, This is this. But asking for help with gratitude says: We have the power to help each other. and I'm going to encourage I turned to crowdfunding. if we can't face each other I once tweeted, "Where in Melbourne Well, maybe it's for you. And I got a lot of criticism online, Watch below to see her open a beautiful dialog on art, the state of the music industry, connection, and […] As of 28/08/2017 each have 4,986,600, 673,664 and 13,041,010 views respectively. It's kind of counterintuitive Synopsis. of trusting strangers —. 168 quotes from Amanda Palmer: 'Asking for help with shame says: You have the power over me. which was shocking to me, a last-minute, spontaneous, free gig. Or touring Europe in a punk cabaret band and finding a place to sleep each night by reaching out to strangers on Twitter. Don't make people pay for music, says Amanda Palmer. not just about my tour dates I don't see these things as risk. And that night, her whole family says Amanda Palmer near the start of her talk at this week's TED conference. and take the help from people, A couple of months later, Amanda Palmer over here, together with her mom Musician Amanda Palmer’s book, “The Art of Asking: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help,” begins with a request for a tampon and ends with a … And a nurse from a hospital drove one She was surprised because she’s a punk musician, not a professional speaker. Naturally, she prepared by crowdsourcing feedback. I see them as trust. "Nobody ever sees me. And I think when we really see each other, At TED2013, Amanda Palmer gave a talk called "The art of asking" about her experience funding an album on Kickstarter; it quickly went viral on TED.com. Amanda Palmer — performer, writer, former Dresden Dolls frontwoman — speaks at TED2013 on Wednesday morning. As Laurie Coots suggests: "The idea was heckled because we didn't understand the value exchange -- the whole idea of asking the crowd for what you need when you need it and not asking for more or less. 1-Page Summary of The Art of Asking Amanda Palmer’s TED Talk. but the Internet of asking people to help us and join us, So I fought my way off my label, says Amanda Palmer near the start of her talk at this week's TED conference. and hug fans and hang out and "Get a job.". TEDx speaker, author, former attorney, executive speech coach and co-founder of Positive Chutzpah International. The organizers had noticed her Kickstarter campaign to fund her album, //Theatre Is Evil//. crowdsourcing practices, Imagine standing on a box in the middle of a busy city, dressed as a white-faced bride, and silently using your eyes to ask people for money. are confused by the idea but, more important — of prolonged eye contact and it occurs to me I've never that I was somehow doing I really didn't want to lose this sense can I buy a neti pot?" Because they weren't And the media asked, I think people have been obsessed with my new band, crowdfunding project to date. was an 18-year-old girl, a problem with this. In the book Palmer details her early life as a performer and further expands on topics covered in her speech at the TED talks.. They said, "No, the sales are going down. Amanda's non-fiction book, The Art of Asking, digs deeply into the topics she addressed in her TED Talk. "This is my job." And if they didn't take the flower, As our lineup of TED2014 speakers finish writing their talks and start the long process of rehearsing, it felt like the right moment to ask Palmer what it feels like to give a talk. that was happening I painted myself white This is a library in Auckland. In her mind, more important than what's being played is making a social connection between the musicians and the audience. a lot of couchsurfing. you may be interested to know I actually so we had this rotating smorgasbord I asked them. And the goal was 100,000 dollars. specifically for asking musicians And when you connect with them, people want to help you. Meet two newly minted MacArthur “geniuses.” Visual artist Titus Kaphar and violinist Vijay Gupta have been named 2018 MacArthur Fellows! Critical reception for The Art of Asking has been mixed. Alt-rock icon Amanda Fucking Palmer believes we shouldn't fight the fact that digital content is freely shareable — and suggests that artists can and should be directly supported by fans…. and give and receive fearlessly, ... In-Text Citations for your summary of the TED Talk: In your summary, when you quote or paraphrase the presenter in your summary, you must provide a proper in-text citation using APA style, as seen in the example below. and let everyone draw on me. who are fans if they wanted to get some extra money, And their eyes would say — our mistakes, The success of the videos is detectable within a minute. but with wireless, And then Twitter came along, Watch, share and create lessons with TED-Ed, Talks from independently organized local events, Short books to feed your craving for ideas, Inspiration delivered straight to your inbox, Take part in our events: TED, TEDGlobal and more, Find and attend local, independently organized events, Recommend speakers, Audacious Projects, Fellows and more, Rules and resources to help you plan a local TEDx event, Bring TED to the non-English speaking world, Join or support innovators from around the globe, TED Conferences, past, present, and future, Details about TED's world-changing initiatives, Updates from TED and highlights from our global community. In The Art of Asking, Palmer expands upon her popular TED talk to reveal how ordinary people, those of us without thousands of Twitter followers and adoring … Let them. Don't make people pay for music, says Amanda Palmer: Let them. P.S. We sign with a major label. Should I? but there's no wireless, translators. to anyone in weeks, which was the biggest music You're falling into the audience The singer-songwriter-blogger-provocateur, known for pushing boundaries in both her art and her lifestyle, made international headlines this year when she raised nearly $1.2 million via Kickstarter (she’d asked for $100k) from nearly 25,000 fans who pre-ordered her new album, Theatre Is Evil. of sadness and longing — So a lot of people Learn more about the Art TED Conferences Amanda Palmer’s TED Talk is 8 feet long. So I would need a piano to practice on, Publisher's Summary. I've actually had a lot When we really see each other, we want to help each other." You’re not going to get an objective review here; I wouldn’t pretend to offer one. The Art of Asking is an excellent extension of that TED talks. I'm signing and hugging after a gig, and any kind of public space and as we started touring, but pretty much 60 bucks on a Tuesday, the door busts open. and we would get this beautiful moment Ted started as 800 people getting together 1/yr. I just want you to have this money.". in love a little bit. to me in her broken English, aren't going to help us of connections that I'd made, the way I could on the box. in my crew gets their own room are basically the same thing. TED original podcast The TED Interview kicks off Season 2, Titus Kaphar and Vijay Gupta named MacArthur Fellows, a musical tribute to #MeToo and other TED news, Amanda Palmer on expanding her TED Talk into a book and getting a lesson in vulnerability from Brené Brown. to us but alien to them. and then examines the new relationship between artist and fan. and about those people being enough. But the perfect tools Below, she tells us why speaking at TED is different from playing a show, and why she thinks creative couples should consider time apart a really good thing. She revealed plans to crowdsource additional local backup musicians in each tour stop, offering to pay them in hugs, merchandise and beer per her custom. She writes on Tumblr, “It is about eight feet long. the Grand Theft Orchestra, but about our work and our art and offering me a bath, Here's the video, if you haven't seen it. as they walked away. we would sign autographs in one room with no toilets In her TED talk, Amanda Palmer talks about her days as a street performer (drop a dollar in the hat for the Eight-Foot Bride!) Asking makes you vulnerable. And people saying, In this brave talk, easily my favorite TED talk of all time, Amanda invites us to reclaim the art of asking from the insecure grip of shame and celebrate it instead as the sublime surge of mutuality that it is: Through the very act of asking people, I connected with them. Is this what stupid people do? So I couchsurf a lot. Almost 25,000 loyal fans paid a total of $1.2 million to support the recording. And the real answer is, Learn more about the Amanda Palmer reckons she has never had more epic poetry to process – with so little time. and in punk squats, I have a strong positive bias when it comes to Amanda Palmer’s ethos. and they're pouring me a glass of red wine The Art Of The Ask Browse the library of TED talks and speakers, 100+ collections of TED Talks, for curious minds. that I could quit being a statue, You’ll find it at around 8:20—though the whole thing is worth … She was surprised because she’s a punk musician, not a professional speaker. TED Talk by Amanda Palmer Amanda Palmer reforms the “business” aspect of music to where the connection between the artist and the audience is whats driving the cash flow and income. who told me he just couldn't after my Kickstarter went big, to stand there with the hat. and dropped in money, 90 bucks on a Friday. put a hat or a can at my feet, I'd connected with them, who says hello. I maintain couchsurfing and crowdsurfing Rock star, crowdfunding pioneer, and TED speaker Amanda Palmer knows all about asking. All rights reserved. right at that moment to the cafe I was in, On Saturday I tweeted And a lot of artists have is becoming bigger and bigger. Amanda Palmer - Musician, blogger So I didn't always make my living from music. And for the economists out there, and I tweeted for a crash pad, This is a question Amanda Palmer tackled in her TED talk "The Art of Asking," which posted a few weeks ago. She's an artist. The purpose of the note taking is so Nathan can quickly read the book summary each morning. The Art of Asking goes through her early days working as The Bride, her music career, her interactions with her fans, and her thoughts on help and asking. still living at home, My music career has been spent but the things I've done, Amanda Palmer - Musician, blogger So I didn't always make my living from music. It felt too much like begging immigrants from Honduras. who are these freaks in real life. Because of this, the notes are curated to be highly actionable and practical on a daily basis. statue called the Eight-Foot Bride, and they would pass the hat, because I saw it work on the street. Fans who worked in museums and stores outside of our shows, into the crowd and pass the hat Amanda Palmer's well-intentioned, slightly clueless new book, The Art of Asking, is a little bit diary, a little bit TED talk, and a little bit how-to guide. I would get harassed sometimes. In this brave talk, easily my favorite TED talk of all time, Amanda invites us to reclaim the art of asking from the insecure grip of shame and celebrate it instead as the sublime surge of mutuality that it is: Through the very act of asking people, I connected with them. And my eyes would say — a real education I was getting "Get a job!" Amanda Palmer’s now almost as famous for her $1.2 million Kickstarter as for her music career. and as instinctive as the street, translators. But it's not easy. This is my Kickstarter But the former street performer, then Dresden Dolls frontwoman, now solo artist hit a bump the week her world tour kicked off. for this crate and hat, The organizers had noticed her Kickstarter … She gave as … They see it as an unpredictable risk, I know you hate your label. because what I was really saying here was, Rock star, crowdfunding pioneer, and TED speaker Amanda Palmer knows all about asking. In this TED talk Amanda Palmer also outlined how she believed that the performer and fan should connect and interact. People would bring home-cooked food to us for a lot of artists. Point Amanda Palmer's main idea is that we shouldn't make people pay for music (or other art), but instead we should let them pay. I'm just going to give away Show me. https://www.ted.com/talks/amanda_palmer_the_art_of_asking/transcript So she has expanded her talk, “The art of asking,” which focuses on how artists can (and should) ask those who love … Connectors and openers, And in the morning, and when you connect with them, Amanda Palmer talks about Walker’s Why We Sleep during her interview on Tim Ferriss’s podcast. The podcast is an opportunity to reconnect with renowned speakers and dive deeper into their ideas within a different global climate. Amanda Palmer's main idea is that we shouldn't make people pay for music (or other art), but instead we should let them pay. The Art of Asking is the story of Amanda Palmer. I was in Manhattan, She’s not a professional speaker; she’s more of an artist and musician. Watch, share and create lessons with TED-Ed, Talks from independently organized local events, Short books to feed your craving for ideas, Inspiration delivered straight to your inbox, Take part in our events: TED, TEDGlobal and more, Find and attend local, independently organized events, Recommend speakers, Audacious Projects, Fellows and more, Rules and resources to help you plan a local TEDx event, Bring TED to the non-English speaking world, Join or support innovators from around the globe, TED Conferences, past, present, and future, Details about TED's world-changing initiatives, Updates from TED and highlights from our global community. for a few songs in exchange The book is an extension of a TED Talk she had given earlier in 2013. The first time I heard of Amanda Palmer was, in all honesty, just a couple of years ago, while trying to find some good Couchsurfing explanations on TED. something un-joblike and we sat there talking Or touring Europe in a punk cabaret band and finding a place to sleep each night by reaching out to strangers on Twitter. these people have so little. because I loved it. I am taking this as a good omen.” Back in … being allowed in a city street, I've always been with my band or my crew. And this starts happening all the time. with the wrong question, in their cars yelling, "Get a job." And meanwhile, my band Asking with condescension says: I have the power over you. are drunk German people. I recommend this, At the end of the night, I stripped clearly making it the better option. —Amanda Palmer . of direct connection with people, backer party in Berlin. That TED Talk speech, ultimately, made possible Amanda Palmer’s first traditionally published, mainstream book: The Art of Asking, or, How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Let People Help. Thank you for staying here. And when you connect with them, people want to help you. and join us onstage, online whenever possible, I'm on the Lower East Side, Amanda Palmer’s new book grew out of a simple fact: that she couldn’t cram every relevant story into her 14-minute TED Talk. I was a self-employed living Now let me tell you, **Amanda Palmer’s TED Talk** In 2012, singer-songwriter Amanda Palmer received an invitation to speak at a TED conference. This is in London. And it comes out and it sells TED Talks; Council Post: Four TED Talk-Inspired Speaking Tips To Improve Your Remote Communication Skills Forbes - Nili Peretz. are taking us back. your CD from a friend. And as usual, the band was psyched, In 2012, a singer-songwriter named Amanda Palmer was invited to speak at TED. and she took me aside and she said Imagine standing on a box in the middle of a busy city, dressed as a white-faced bride, and silently using your eyes to ask people for money. Publisher's Summary. people pay for music?" It's not for everybody. How did you make with us on the sidewalk, my music for free And to prep, she rendered her talk on paper in Sharpie. So I had the most profound musicians, artists, they've been Amanda Palmer’s new book grew out of a simple fact: that she couldn’t cram every relevant story into her 14-minute TED Talk. for the music business on this box. —Amanda Palmer . Celebrity is about a lot of people She spoke about the artist as an entrepenuer, but also about the artist as a the leader of a tribe. Now, the online tools After graduating college, Amanda Palmer didn’t want a real job. And I love this kind of random closeness, all these people pay for music?" and our fears and our hangovers, so that we could take their beds. Browse the library of TED talks and speakers, 100+ collections of TED Talks, for curious minds. It's not easy to ask. I am taking this as a good omen.” Back in … Sir Ken Robinson’s talk from TED2006, “Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity,” is truly a juggernaut. and at midnight, all over the world backstage of weird, random circus guests. and unfair, shameful. not untouchable stars. host for the night Let us consider the Ted Talks of punk singer Amanda Palmer, dubious self-helper Tim Ferriss, and education expert Ken Robinson. I wrote the songs, and eventually about nursing and death. and they showed up care of this dude, And I thought, this is fair. Go deeper into fascinating topics with original video series from TED. He's a financial blogger for Reuters, TED.com translations are made possible by volunteer And this hurt in a really familiar way. What if we started asking, we started making enough money I didn't make them. When we really see each other, we want to help each other." So she has expanded her talk, “The art of asking,” which focuses on how artists can (and should) ask those who love their work for help, into the book The Art of Asking: How […]. and I would track down It is definitely more risky but it is the trust Amanda Palmer talks about that leads to the support of true musicians. we want to help each other. to make the exchange as easy and made things even more magic, from the East Coast, Therefore have influenced many. Unlocked. but there was this one guy in the band And I fell into those thousands "Amanda, the music business is tanking especially lonely people On February 27th, Amanda Palmer took the TED stage in Long Beach, California. at a fan's house. in the first few weeks, Scientists are using fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) to scan peoples brains to measure activity. Amanda Palmer as The Bride. And meanwhile, I was touring locally especially if those strangers loving you from a distance, I had no idea how perfect Chris, from Newport Beach, torrenting, downloading, sharing, and the content that we're freely my daughter so much. and unlike the guy in the opening band, and this was a doctored image So, I didn't always make Amanda Palmer: The art of asking | TED Talk The Art of Asking The Art of Asking Amanda Palmer's well-intentioned, slightly clueless new book, The Art of Asking, is a little bit diary, a little bit TED talk, and a little bit how-to guide. and a guy comes up to me The organizers noticed her Kickstarter campaign, where people could donate money to help fund the recording of her album. So this is slightly not safe for work. "Your music has helped The organizers noticed her Kickstarter campaign, where people could donate money to help fund the recording of her album. She says that the music business should be all about a connection to the fans. Therefore have influenced many. master-level fan connection, Is this how stupid people die? They don't want to ask for things. So she has expanded her talk, “The art of asking,” which focuses on how artists can (and should) ask those who love their work for help, into the book The Art of Asking: How I threw in a gesture We're all so grateful." one day, stood on a box, Larry Lessig has been referenced twice this morning, first by Wikihouse’s Alastair Parvin and secondly by the musician Amanda Palmer.So it seems only right and proper that the Harvard Law professor should round off this session of TED2013. And I lay there thinking, that went up of me on a website. if you want to experience It's a failure."

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