Can pen & paper really cut it as a task manager in today’s fast-paced world? Today’s author makes a compelling argument that it can. Join Joe & Mike as they take a look at The Bullet Journal Method, and see if it’s enough to get these digital natives to get their heads out of their apps.
Win Butler of Arcade Fire breaks down the song "Put Your Money on Me."
Value Pricing instead of Hourly Billing with Jonathan Stark. His entrepreneurial journey, and his thoughts and tips on adopting value pricing for services.
QPR: Nation of Talkers - “Planet Comment”
MP3 Download: QPR - Nation of Talkers - “Planet Comment”Social Media expert, Dr. Robert Chandler (onFocus University), joins Connor to discuss web-based community and user-generated content. He also takes a few calls from QPR listeners.
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The acoustic ecologist on collecting sounds around the world and why silence is an endangered species on the verge of extinction.
Do you really need that new piece of gear? The truth is, probably not. Our modern day smart phones have more music making power than state of the art studios from just a few decades ago.In this episode, we talk about gear lust and how it gets in the way of our creative process. Plus I offer a few challenges you can give yourself to overcome the urge to buy new gear, accomplish goals, and perhaps reward yourself with a new toy when appropriate.
Designer Craig Mod on how you can break free from the shackles of “attention slavery” and regain control over your powers of concentration.
This second part of Joe Acheson’s fifth mixtape in his annual series of https://soundcloud.com/hiddenorchestra mixtapes celebrates the release of "Archipelago Remixes Part 2 EP", released May 12th 2014 on Tru Thoughts Records.
Buy the 2x10" & digital direct from Tru Thoughts http://bit.ly/1lbXmyx
Like Part 1 of the mixtape (https://soundcloud.com/tru-thoughts/archipelago-remixes-mixtape-1), it focuses on remixes both of and by Hidden Orchestra, and nearly all the tracks have been further remixed or mashed up by Joe.
Like all of Joe’s mixtapes, there is a broad and multi-layered range of music and sound from around the world, from contemporary releases stretching back to the 1940’s and something from every decade in-between - including imagined collaborations such as Burial with vocals from Argentinian folk legend Mercedes Sosa, or Linton Kwesi Johnson reciting poetry over Tipper’s immaculately-produced beats.
There is also a wealth of sound design and spoken word, taken from interviews with composers, radio programmes (many recorded by Joe), and poetry recitals.
Other artists making appearances in this fast-paced mix include Four Tet, King Tubby, Frank Sinatra, Junip, Kidkanevil and Daisuke Tanabe, Squarepusher, The Four Tops, DJ Shadow, Floex, Finley Quaye, C…
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/tru-thoughts/hidden-orchestra-archipelago
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