Brad and Myke visit Field Notes HQ in Chicago and chat live with Jim Coudal and Bryan Bedell.
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K. Eric Drexler of Oxford University discusses his latest book Radical Abundance: How a Revolution in Nanotechnology Will Change Civilization. Drexler, who has been referred to as “the founding father of nanotechnology” covers how society can conserve resources and make […]
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In his 2006 Palenque Norte lecture at Burning Man, Dale Pendell introduced the concept of Horizon Anarchism, and we are fortunate to be able to present this talk in its entirity in this edition of the Psychedelic Salon. If you think you know everyting there is to know about anarchism, you owe it to yourself to hear Dale’s talk about this interesting new approach. One of my favorite soundbites is “Isolation is one of the keys of state power. So it is very important for us to get together and have fun.”
Photo (at right) taken at Burning Man 2006 by Lorenzo
Dale Pendell’s new book, Inspired Madness: The Gifts of Burning Man is now available in your local bookstore and in Lorenzo’s Amazon store.
In this interview, we discuss fantasy, tips for writing first drafts, where Pip gets her inspiration and the busy life of a pro-novelist.
The Missfits Episode 5: Rick Remender’s Uncanny X-Force | A Talking Comics Podcast
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The Missfits are back and this time they’re ready to talk about Rick Remender’s run on Uncanny X-Force from Marvel Comics. Remender’s series was 35-issues and started back in 2010. You can learn a bit more about the series by tuning in.
But that discussion takes place in the second half of the show and before The Missfits get to that, they discuss a few of their favourite things including: Something Terrible by Dean Trippe, G. Willow Wilson’s new Ms. Marvel series, Monster and a Madman by Steve Niles and Damien Worm, the artist Robert Sammelin, The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein, Orphan Black and more.
A couple links mentioned in the show for you to check out (outside of the things linked above):
The PBS Idea Channel
TED Talk with Sana Amanat
If you want to do your geek homework for our next show on May 12, we’ll be joined by Zoe Gulliksen once again and having a big discussion about Lord of the Rings. We’re really excited for that show, so make sure you tune in for that as well.
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Merlin Mann returns to do a gradually deeper dive about anxiety, how thoughts effect our feelings and vice versa, relationships, expectations and much more.
In this episode Brad races back from the airport to chat with Myke about the many goings on in the pen world. Kickstarter projects continue to stay in the news, new pen resources are available, and Brad has completed a long awaited review.
In this episode Brad and Myke each issue corrections from the previous episode, before getting into the story of the day: The launch of the Nock Co. Kickstarter. They discuss all the nuts and bolts of designing, pricing, and launching the project, and all
In this episode we discuss Myke’s recent trip to Portland for the XOXO Fest and all of the Field Notes goodness that came along with it. Speaking of Field Notes, the Fall 2013 edition is out and in Brad’s hands during this episode. The boys also discuss a