We blog about podcasting. We post essays about keeping the Internet positive and include some futurist musings. Show notes for our active podcasts are also posted here.
According to The New Analog, a wonderful book about sound, Deep Purple’s singer-songwriter Ian Gillian asked for an adjustment in his stage monitors during a sound check. He told the techs, “Can I have everything louder than everything else?” Though he said that in 1972, it describes the state of the internet today. Everything is […]Read More
On the last day of my father’s life, he summoned the nurse who was taking care of him to his room and said, I imagine in a commanding voice, “Write this down.” He said his name. She wrote it down. He said his date of birth. She wrote it down. The most forceful record my […]Read More
If we were fish, we would think of information as our water. We swim in the Information Age, so deeply immersed in data, facts, emotions, and memories that they have become transparent to us. The world has been deeply changed by this. It is the fault, or due to the brilliance, of one man. “Steve Jobs!” […]Read More
Written by Kayleigh Alexandra Truly great marketing is the result of research, knowledge, invention, and passion. No matter how creatively skilled you are or how many years you have in the industry, your work will stagnate if your motivation declines — so you need to find ways to keep that enthusiasm alive. One of the […]Read More
The scent of cinnamon and hot apples waft from the stove, engulfing you in the aroma of a freshly baked apple pie. Greasy oil drips around your fingers as you tear into spicy fried chicken. The platter of sushi being balanced on one hand as the waiter brings it over to your table presents you […]Read More