The Bundesliga Diaries Podcast is a weekly summary of the weekend’s Bundesliga fixtures and an in-depth look into one or more current topics.
The friends and collaborators celebrate the release of Tweedy’s new book with a deep–diving conversation on the creative process. Plus he plays an exclusive solo set!
Wilco guitarist Nels Cline joins us for the debut episode of the new season of Aquarium Drunkard’s weekly Transmissions podcast.
Singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell’s career began in Vermont, but has led on a long and windy path around the world. Most recently, it’s landed her on
Existential Comics (aka Corey Mohler) joins Brett to discuss the philosophy, politics, and historical context of Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus. Together they investigate the contradictions between Marxism and Existentialism and discuss the public dispute that ended Camus and Sartre’s friendship. Find and Support Existential Comics here: https://www.patreon.com/ExistentialComics
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Does an ideal content workflow exist? Listen to Jack McDade, creator of Statamic, talk about CMS content workflows both from a client and developer perspective. We chat about user experience expectations and verifying assumptions through user research. We discuss what makes a CMS easier to use, and how poor workflows can make users abandon a perfectly good system. Tune in to also hear how far Statamic has come since we last talked to Jack, plus what lies in its future!
Neil Gaiman, award winning author of books, comic books, and films sits down with Adam to discuss the strange and powerful escapism of science fiction, and how a milk bottle changed his life.
Jerry Brown stops by Synchronicity to discuss his and his wife Julie’s book, "The Psychedelic Gospels" which traces the origin of Christianity back to some very psychedelic roots. Get "The Psychedelic Gospels" here ——> https://www.amazon.com/Psychedelic-Gospels-History-Hallucinogens-Christianity/dp/1620555026 Jerry and Julie’s website here ——-> https://psychedelicgospels.com/ Synchronicity Facebook Group ——> https://www.facebook.com/groups/syncpodcast/
This episode kicks off a brief series of interviews with independent web designers. First up, we talk with Frank Chimero about his responsive design practice and the latest iteration of frankchimero.com.
Matt and Mike sit down with three of Lullabot’s senior UX designers to talk the ins and outs of usability testing within our design process.
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