Creator Mike Judge, co-showrunner Alec Berg and actor Thomas Middleditch discuss their series, Silicon Valley. Berg, who has family working in tech, says he has "nerd cred" in his bones.
In 2004, ABC News anchor Dan Harris suffered a panic attack in front of five million people on national television, which led to a personal quest to discover how to be more present and emotionally healthy. On today’s episode, he shares some of what he discovered and chronicled in his book 10% Happier. For more, visit 10percenthappier.com.
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Brad and Myke are joined this week by Slate Culture Critic and stationery lover June Thomas. They ask June about why stationery plays such a big role in her life and then she takes them on a stationery tour of New York City.
I’m thrilled to have one of the uber-indies on the show today! Russell Blake is one of the most prolific and successful indie authors and in this show he shares
Mastering a craft and being a multipotentialite are not mutually exclusive. Creativity is fostered when we are willing to work in different fields.
Episode 38: Wax On, Wax Off: The Inner Peace of Colored Pencils with Ana Reinert | The Erasable Podcast
For our second live-streaming episode, we are finally tackling colored pencils with special guest Ana Reinert, Chair of The Well-Appointed Desk.
Ana shares her expertise, and Andy and Johnny gawk in awe. We talk about
the latest Blackwing Volumes edition, the 211.
In addition to his work for Fast Company, Joe’s writing has been featured in The Awl, Salon, The Village Voice, Vulture, RollingStone.com, GQ.com, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many others.
For a writer who works on breakneck deadlines, and almost never gets a break from the writing life, he has some pretty solid advice for keeping the cursor moving.
Join us for this two-part interview.
In Part One of the file Joe Berkowitz and I discuss:
How a Bad Breakup Can Boost Your Productivity When to Throw Out the Rule “All Killer, No Filler” How to Build Your Writing Endurance Don Draper’s Advice for Beating Writer’s Block How Making Lists Can Help Your Head The Magical Power of 4 AM Dementia
Greg Rucka talks with Creative Spaces this week. He discusses the beginnings of his career, how he handles his day to work, juggling multiple projects and how he uses Scrivener for his writing. If you listen to one Creative Spaces Podcast, it should be this one.
Follow Greg Rucka on Twitter:@ruckawriter
In today’s episode of Search & Deploy, we discuss the differences between SEO consulting for clients vs. offering a business solution for the SEO industry.
Search and Deploy is brought to you by the Rainmaker Platform, the complete website solution for content marketers and online entrepreneurs. Find out more and take a free 14-day test drive at rainmaker.fm/platform.
My guest today is Melissa Fach, who reinvented herself in the SEO world after years of consulting and training. She now offers community management for companies that provide SEO tools, data, or conferences.
Since pivoting her professional role in the SEO industry, Melissa has managed the blog publishing and community management for companies such as Moz, Authority Labs and now Pubcon.
Listen to Search and Deploy below …The Evolution of SEO: Adapt or Die
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