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Shardul Pandey Talks To Emmaleigh Angeline, A Beautiful Model From New Jersey, United States

I welcome you Emmaleigh, please tell our netizens about yourself?

Growing up, I had always admired women on the covers of magazines and books. Modeling was something that I’d love to do. I wanted to be the person that others saw and admired. I started building a portfolio at the age of 16. In about a year, I have built a fan base of over 500 people, and I hope that it will continue to grow! A lot of time and work goes into modeling and promoting myself. The support of everyone really gives me motivation, and confidence in myself. It is such a great feeling. I can’t imagine ever quitting.

Emmaleigh Hauck 2

What do you think of creating your own fashion blog on your domain, Don’t you think you can expand this fan base of 500 people to millions in less time and people reading your this interview here will drive more traffic towards your domain, making you more popular on world wide web ?

I think that’d be a great idea. It’s something I’ve actually thought of doing before. One of my bigger ideas once I have a larger fan base would be to have sponsors as well. By this I mean that hopefully designers will send me some of their products to model in my photo shoots to help promote them. I’d be more than happy to do that for someone. It’s a win-win for both sides! Overall, I’m hoping to eventually be able to make a lot more fashion-related posts on my page.

What inspired your passion for modeling? What motivates you doing this ? What does your career do for you?

My motivation is my fans. Every compliment and encouragement makes me want to model even more. My passion for modeling was inspired by my friends, family, and people around me telling me for years that I should be a model. One day I just took it to heart and decided I’d actually try! Every great image that comes out of a photo shoot is all I could ever want from modeling. Being able to see myself in a different light, such as in a beautiful image, is absolutely amazing to me.  It helps me to really have a lot of confidence in myself, and it definitely helps me to respect myself more.

What’s your beauty regime?

My beauty regime is pretty simple. I wash my face morning and night with warm water and a sensitive skin cleansing bar. I only use non-comedogenic makeup products. I usually use mascara, a little eyeliner, blush, a light sensitive skin concealer with SPF, and Chapstick. I also use 10% Benzoyle peroxide cream to keep my skin clear! Other than that, everything is just basic hygiene. SPF is always a must though.

What is your dream modeling job and your goals as a model? How do you see yourself progress in this field?

My dream modeling job is to be on the cover of a book, magazine, or a calendar. My goal is just to get the most beautiful images that I can out of my shoots. I see myself progressing by working with increasingly fantastic photographers to build my portfolio, and hopefully I’ll get noticed and signed by an agency!

Any advice for people who want to start modeling? What do you think to be the biggest challenge as a model?

The biggest challenge of being a model is staying true to yourself. You can’t constantly change to suit the media and their unrealistic beauty ideals without hurting yourself in the process. If anyone wants to start modeling, I’d give them the advice to never change or go against your morals for anybody else. Don’t lose or gain weight, or do anything that makes you uncomfortable during a shoot because you feel pressured. My rule of thumb is that if I wouldn’t want my parents to see a picture of me, I don’t want it taken.

Which country are you from? Please tell us something about your city, your favorite hang out spots and what lifestyle people follow there ?

I live in the United States, in New Jersey. I live in a small town, with it’s drama and gossip like anywhere else. Six Flags Great Adventure is pretty close, as well as the Jersey Shore which is always fun to visit! The lifestyle people follow here varies. Some people hang around and relax, while others work hard and still make time to enjoy their lives. I like to think that I’m somewhere in the middle.

Do you eat nutritiously? Tell us about the diet you follow on a regular basis? How often do you exercise or go to the gym?

Emmaleigh Hauck 1I eat very nutritiously. My diet consists mostly of lean meats, vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. I have my cheat days, but I try my best to make healthy choices. I’m constantly drinking tea, it’s my favorite thing! I exercise most days, and I usually take a rest day every 4 or 5 days just to let my body repair itself. I also make sure I’m taking in enough protein so that I’m building muscle. I like feeling fit and healthy. I work out to gain muscle, not to lose weight.

What are some of your favorite things which you enjoy when you’re not busy modeling ?

When I’m not busy modeling I like to practice piano. I’ve played classical piano since I was about 5 years old, and I love it! I also like to do gymnastics! I spend a lot of time watching shows on Netflix like Doctor Who, Sherlock, and the Walking Dead! I garden, and I like to bake too. A lot of the time though, I’m just relaxing with my family and pets! I live with my parents, 2 dogs, 2 birds, and a ferret. My pets are all so sweet and lovable! I love animals!

Excluding all complicated beauty & fitness mantra what do you think to be the easiest way to look pretty and glamorous ?

The easiest way to look pretty and glamorous is to smile. Everybody enjoys looking at someone with an inviting smile on their face, it’s as simple as that!

I am open for interviewing all those individuals who opt internet as their place of doing business, What is your opinion for continuing this ?

I think continuing this is fantastic! Giving people a chance to promote themselves or share their story is a great idea! It’s a very good program and I support it completely.

What is your ultimate message for netizens ?

My ultimate message to netizens is to never give up on your dreams. I’m living mine now, being interviewed about something I love to do! I never would have imagined that I’d have a fan base of over 500 people, it’s really fantastic. With hard work and determination, I’m fulfilling a dream. If you work hard and want something enough, I’m sure you all can reach your dreams too!
Connect with me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EmmaleighAngeline. I am on Instagram: @emmaleighhauck

Thank you very much Emmaleigh for opting Internet as your place of doing business. I wish you success in upgrading humanity!

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Shardul Pandey Talks To Oleksandr Orlov Who Created Torrentus.To, A Powerful Torrent Search Engine

Shardul Pandey Talks is international program for promoting those individuals, who register their domain to create virtual wealth in webspace so if you too want to get interviewed, simply email to shardulpandey@sangkrit.org considering any conversation upon this as subject to publication here.

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Shardul Pandey Talks To Sameer Suri Who Created MetroMates.Com, A Social Networking Service For Metro Travelers

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Shardul Pandey Talks To Isabel Castillo, A PHP Programmer

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Shardul Pandey Talks To Sara L. Heart, A Young Artist And Author Of The Novel “Wyrial”

Shardul Pandey Talks To  Sara L. Heart

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Shardul Pandey Talks To Internet Entrepreneur John Millward Who Created BlogCalculator.Com

BlogCalculator.Com is a valuation tool that simply works out an estimated value for your weblog. The website is still in BETA mode and developers are still taking attempts to make it more accurate. For generating your weblog value the service uses Google Page Rank, Alexa Rank, Domain Name; Extension & Length, Indexed Pages, Dmoz Listing, Pillar Articles, Unique Design, Global Appeal, Traffic,  Age, Post Frequency & Length etc.

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Shardul Pandey Talks To L. K. Advani & Richard Stallman

An unprecedented event in the history of internet brought the most respected man of politics and the most respected man of programming together. Very much like Dr Richard Stallman, L. K. Advani also works on his own domain without using so-called social media sites.

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Shardul Pandey Talks To Richard Matthew Stallman

Richard Matthew Stallman works on his own domain i.e. Stallman.org without using any so called social media sites like facebook or whatever.

Working on own domain not only keeps your works intact but creates some independent value upon world-wide-web which is not posible in case of working for any so-called social media site without even getting paid for it. Every other user is almost an unpaid worker upon social networks who frequently uncovers a part of his private self so that social media giants get gigantic value for free. That is certainly not freedom since all your information shared through user-friendly inteface of so-called social networks is more often than not shared with governments, who may not be that friendly with you.

RMS talks about other side of Internet which seems still dark and reminds us fully well that the dangers of 1984 by George Orwell were not averted by an Apple advertisement which proved lucrative enough to Steve Jobs but big brother may still be watching you when you live online.

Shardul Pandey: Whenever governments thought about doing any further evil to humanity by unnecessarily legislating Internet, what force actually forestalled that?

RMS: Political organization by citizens, with the support of some companies that would be hurt by these restrictions.

Shardul Pandey: Whether Internet monopolies proved good enough in SOPA and PIPA ?

RMS: Sorry, I don’t understand the question. Which monopolies is it about?

All monopolies in principle, or specific monopolies? If the latter, which ones?

Also, “good enough” in what way?

I am simply lost.

Shardul Pandey: If anything on Internet does a lot better than others it gets monopolized within no time as happened in the cases of Google, Facebook, Twitter and Wikipedia also so what do you think where it is going likewise if they monopolize more and more strength of a particular kind day by day and how it will be affecting the freedom of netizens when recent World Conference on International Telecommunications 2012 (WCIT-12) held in Dubai has fully exposed upcoming conflict?

RMS: If the ITU gets control of the Internet, it is likely to encourage censorship and surveillance by governments. However, governments are imposing censorship and surveillance on the Internet even without the ITU. This danger is all around us. It is especially bad in India, where web sites can be shut down without a trial because they might offend someone.

Shardul Pandey: Internet is converting itself into largest ever marketplace without monopolizing any violence and free currency concepts such as bitcoin have also come up so what role at last would be left for states? Do you see a new world order emerging out of Internet Protocol that needs no artificial constitution?

RMS: I am not entirely certain what that question means. But I see that the Internet is turning into a scheme that gives people convenience in exchange for their freedom. Disservices such as Facebook invite people to share lots of personal information with a company that can make use of it, and hand it to the state as well.

Shardul Pandey: So what is your ultimate message to netizens ?

RMS: If you value freedom, you must fight for freedom. Sometimes that requires a sacrifice; those who are unwilling to sacrifice convenience for freedom will lose their freedom. This is how life is, so don’t be surprised that the Internet is this way too.

Shardul Pandey: That is the point as you made it explicit here that Internet has another side also that can get misused for enhancing all sorts of atrocities against individual freedom of human-being and if the fight for freedom is not taken personally without becoming an individual victim, humanity might further face a grave loss of freedom.

RMS: Do you want to ask follow-up questions? I expected you would, for the questions I could not understand.

Shardul Pandey: Obviously, I would like to ask.

On one side people have this tendency of easily giving away their freedom to have some convenience while on other side during SOPA and PIPA a conflict with government brought users and webmasters together to resist for freedom from government interference and thereafter death of Aaron Swartz made them more aware of this battle that has yet to be fought fully well.

Internet has become an overwhelming public rally where more than two billion people are arrived and more than five billion people are about to come so what strategy you suggest for thrusting all relevant contradictions ahead in to a full-fledged freedom struggle of this massive Internet?

RMS: The Internet is developing into a system for surveillance and censorship: a total betrayal of what we hoped it would be.

What most people do on the Internet nowadays is so disrespectful to freedom that I refuse to do it at all. Facebook. Advertising surveillance. Digital Restrictions Management. End-User License Agreements. From that side of the Internet, count me out!

Shardul Pandey: That is quite clear but many people worked on peer-to-peer technologies hoping that this could ultimately replace client-server architecture of Internet that is continuously invading domain of individual freedom demolishing social privacy of humankind.

Whether developing p2p structures is somehow worthwhile? Or anything else should become our focus for furthering technology from here? Technologically what next we should be doing for strengthening individual freedom and social privacy of humankind?

RMS: This is an important thing to do. If you want to help, I encourage your efforts. We hope that all Internet activities will be implemented in a peer-to-peer manner.

Shardul Pandey: Thank you very much Richard for making this point so explicitly clear. In a very systematic manner we shall be exploring entire probability for doing so. Your this interview is live and inspiring brightest upcoming programmers to take up this challenge of emancipating individual freedom and social privacy of humankind.

Those will sure be building a far secure future, who may lead humanity beyond Internet Protocol by developing an Inter-Personal Protocol facilitating peer-to-peer functioning of all devices without centrally registering anything at all. This can more easily be done by configuring a freedom course for kids-online to make them understand the value created by GPL along with learning peer-to-peer engineering. This will continuously bring in many more freedom fighters in technology.

Thank you very much for being around as our great teacher in the freedom struggle of humanity through and beyond this age of Internet.

RMS: Thank you for helping to spread the word.

Shardul Pandey Talks To Kenn Kelly Who Co-founded NeverSettle.It

Shardul Pandey Talks To Kenn Kelly

I welcome you in the Kingdom of Freedom Kenn, please tell our netizens about yourself?

I am dedicated to following Yahushua (Jesus Christ) who is the provider of every success and good thing that I have. He has given me amazing opportunities and experiences as a technology entrepreneur in both Fortune 100 and Silicon Valley startup environments, but I am even more passionate about promoting practical, positive change and impacting the cultures around me. Although I am a US citizen, my wife and I spend as much time as we can traveling to other countries, meeting locals, and creating long term relationships and serving the local communities. Our goal is to establish self­sustaining solutions to some of their biggest challenges: hunger, poverty, spiritual hopelessness. My first deep dive into technology came in the form of a C++ programming course that I took through my high school advanced placement classes. From then on, technology became part of my daily life and studies in a profound way. I was the first person in my family to attend a University, and during my time there my passion for education and further learning sparked a fire I have not been able to quench. My journey has been full of amazing people, especially my wife and two business partners Shaul and Andrew, who have mentored me and contributed significantly to where I am today, if I were to stand in a mirror you would see a reflection of them and Him.

Tell us brief history of NeverSettle.It. How exactly your idea sparked?

Never Settle was launched in September 2012, driven and inspired by our relentless conviction to leverage technology to significantly disrupt the world in a positive way. Specifically, Never Settle develops custom web applications and software tools for companies and nonprofits who are tackling the world’s largest problems. Our core founding team has a diverse technology background; combined our experience spans of over 30 years of implementing technology solutions in corporate, federal, and startup environments from industry giants like Accenture and Hewlett­Packard, to the US White House, to brand new companies that were a little more than an idea turned into hyper growth tech start­ups.

The concept of Never Settle came from our previous business experiences where we saw partners and colleagues settling for less than we were willing to compromise on in areas that were critical to our core values. We decided to build a company on the philosophies of doing things the right way and not cutting corners regardless of what it costed us in time or money as an intentional choice to pursue the Never Settle paradigm. Since our founding, this approach has served us quite well and led to some really amazing opportunities for us more quickly than we imagined.

­ How many people got associated for working together ?

Our team currently consists of the three founding partners: Andrew Lundquist, Shaul Hagen, and myself, but we are actively looking for like­minded developers and technology experts who can help us keep up with the exciting growth we’re experiencing. The harder we try to live up to our name the more difficult that quest is especially considering the existing bar we’ve set. Andrew and Shaul are two of the most talented and creative technologists I’ve ever met, and if they ever slow down in building things for our clients they might invent a new internet or something equally impactful. Andrew is an all­or­nothing technology architect who served in the US Air Force and worked for HP at the White House for nearly a decade building custom enterprise collaboration tools for the president’s staff. Eventually he decided to take his family on the road and become a full­time nomad and explore the continent. Needless to say, he works with us remotely. Shaul is a rare and amazing blend of artistic and graphic design talent mixed with programming skills that makes him a perfect UI / UX engineer. He loves to push the limits of existing tools and translate what people see in their heads into visual reality. Oh, a did I mention he’s a rockstar too. Literally, Shaul traveled around the country for 6 years as the lead drummer for a national US band.

We are headquartered in Denver, Colorado, but anywhere on the planet with an internet connection is a potential office for us. As you can tell, we’re all quite avid travelers who seem to find ourselves working all over the world from wherever our journeys take us.

What is your business philosophy?

To live up to our name: in our lives, with our business, and for our clients. To leverage technology to significantly disrupt the world in a positive way tackling the world’s largest problems.

What makes NeverSettle.It different from all the other frameworks out there?

We don’t accept convention and consider “best practices” with healthy skepticism. Convention can be good when it leads to efficiency, but more often it stifles innovation. What really drives us is the discovery of what awaits along the paths less traveled. We’d rather bushwhack through a swamp looking for a short cut than take the easy paved trail. So, we purposefully break things in order to step outside of them and gain unique vantage points. If we can truly understand something ­ own it from the inside out ­ then we can re­invent it in a revolutionary way whether its a process or a piece of software or a mindset. We’re passionate about making things smarter and easier ­ doing more of the work behind the scenes with pre­emptive code so that the user has fewer clicks, fewer things to figure out. A big differentiator for us is what we call the Golden Rule Approach. We have a deep understanding of business processes, software, marketing, and web applications, but if we can’t meet your needs we will be the first to tell you.

All that aside, our priority and focus is to positively impact the world rather than to make money. We certainly want to be successful, and revenue is a desirable byproduct of that, but we founded Never Settle to to make our world a better place. This core purpose keeps our identity focused first and foremost on stewardship. We are stewards first and business owners second, and we just want to be responsible and faithful with whatever opportunities and measures of success that we have. This means that every decision we make must be weighed against that core purpose from the clients we choose to work with to the projects we undertake to the future team members we bring on, and we are already blessed to work with some of the brightest minds and companies out there whose missions are tackling the world’s largest problems.

What are your plans for the future of NeverSettle.It ? What other projects you are working on?

We’re going to continue developing tools and technologies like the NS Cloner Pro that enhance and accelerate the tools upon which so many other developers and businesses rely. In addition to the solutions we’re constantly building for our clients, we are also working on several new WordPress­based ideas, a strategy card game, a web and mobile app that will provide an excitingly novel way to study the Bible, and an ebook about working remotely. Some of our current humanitarian projects include working with iempathize.org to eliminate child trafficking and sex slavery, 25inchange.org to end world hunger and obesity, connexionmosaico.org to transform urban slums across the world, osanabar.com an anti­mosquito soap to prevent malaria and sanitation related deaths, jellytelly.com in developing children’s media that parents can be proud of, and creativetrust.com in building literary, music, and media business that impact the world in a positive way.

I am open for interviewing all those individuals, who own their domain to somehow create virtual wealth in webspace since sustaining freedom is mostly built around domains running wonderful utilities in webspace that human­beings enjoy. What is your opinion for continuing this?

We completely agree and think that more people should operate under that paradigm! When people have the rights, the freedoms, and the tools to express their talents they end up adding the most creative and beautiful contributions to our planet that enrich the lives of others. Giving a voice to those ideas, people, and things is a powerful way of influencing future innovation and the freedom of future generations. We appreciate your vision to help inspire others to adopt that same paradigm and strive to do the same.

What is your ultimate message for netizens?

Never settle ­ not even for thinking outside the box ­ Exist Outside the Box!

Thank you very much Kenn for opting Internet as your place of doing business. I wish you success in upgrading humanity!

Shardul Pandey Talks To Shubham Dubey

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Shardul Pandey Talks To Svitlana Manoylo

Svitlana Manoylo is from Ukraine, she came to India few years back to become a model then worked in Dashvihaniyastarring Vinay PathakNeha DhupiaRajat KapoorRanvir ShoreyBrijendra Kala, the film was produced by Shashant Shah. Now she is living in Mumbai, Maharastra. She likes Mumbai and loves Indian food specially paneer dishes with naans and rotis. She is working in another movie by Shashant Shah starring Vinay Pathak and same group of stars who worked together in Dashvidhaniya.

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Shardul Pandey Talks To Gail Watson Who Owns AStackOfDishes.Com

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