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  1. D&D Podcast: Kids & Stories

    RT @VickieGames Missing @susanjmorris and my other new dance partners from @Gen_Con #charity @worldbuilders event! Apparently the way to beat the #mummy of @AvalonHill2 #BetrayalAtHouseOnTheHill is to challenge said mummy to a #DanceOff – who knew mummies just can’t dance! Awkward wrappings? pic.twitter.com/8TSP…

    About 5 days ago from Susan J Morris’s Twitter via Twitter Web App



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  2. Ego Check with The Id DM – Teos Abadia on Designing Acquisitions Incorporated | The Id DM

    Teos Abadia joins Ego Check once again to talk about how wonderfully diverse the tabletop roleplaying game hobby has become in recent years. He details how he got involved in the Acquisitions Incorporated book for Dungeons & Dragons, and speaks to the philosophy behind the unique approach to D&D content. He discusses his hand in…



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  3. How an Email Newsletter Publisher Built an Audience of 223,991 Subscribers | Rainmaker.FM

    Brian and I have been talking about his new email newsletter lately, and I thought it’d be interesting to have a similar conversation with someone in a completely different topical market. It’s about one person writing and curating a topic he knows and cares about, building a massive email audience over a period of four… Listen to episode


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  4. Position Your Content Curation for Success With These 5 Essential Elements | Rainmaker.FM

    People appreciate content curation and will sign up by email … if you make sure you’re doing these five things well.


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  5. 112: Guillermo Rauch - Building Serverless Applications with Now | Full Stack Radio

    In this episode, Adam talks to Guillermo Rauch building and deploying serverless web applications with Now.


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  6. Owltastic’s Meagan Fisher on adapting to the modern landscape of web design | Overtime Design Podcast by Dribbble

    Owltastic’s Meagan Fisher joins us on this episode of Overtime to share her insights on all things web design and how the field has evolved over years. Meaga…


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  7. 329: Dan Mall on Building a Portfolio - ShopTalk

    Visit the post for more.


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  8. Zelda

    John Siracusa returns to Pragmatic to discuss everything Zelda related, with a focus on Breath of the Wild and how so many established Zelda gameplay rules were thrown out the window with resounding success.


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  9. Episode 650: The Business Genius Behind Get Out : Planet Money : NPR

    Jason Blum makes a lot of movies and makes them cheap. So why are so many turning into blockbusters?



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  10. EP-139 Alan Newman, Craft Beer Emeritus — Good Beer Hunting

    Way back in 1994, in Burlington, Vermont, a little brewery named Magic Hat

    sprung to life making what for many of its customers was the first “craft

    beer” they’d ever taste. One of its co-founders was Alan Newman, who became

    not only the entrepreneurial force behind the company, but the whimsical,

    hippie, bearded face of the brand itself. 

    By the time he’d gotten Magic Hat off the ground, he was already well on

    his way to being a serial entrepreneur, and after his frustrated departure

    from the brewery in 2010, as part of a private equity deal, he went on to

    be the strategic, creative and, again, somewhat-of-a-face for brands like

    Coney Island, Concrete Beach, the Traveler Shandy company, and Angel City


    At the latter, he was working as part of the Alchemy & Science portfolio

    owned by Boston Beer. Indeed, he was working directly with Jim Koch. I

    worked alongside Alan and his team for a couple years as they built and

    re-positioned these brands, so part of today’s conversation will include a

    look back at some of the challenges and opportunities in that work from

    Alan’s perspective. 

    Now? He’s done. He’s walking away from the beer industry. Or so he says. I

    don’t exactly believe it. Alan has a funny way of always reeling himself

    back into the business. Alan and beer just can’t quite quit each other. And

    regardless of whether he comes back, or new ventures await, his perspective

    on what’s happening in our industry now is always fascinating and

    instructive for me because he was there in the room when so many decisions

    were made. Decisions like who will be defined as a “craft brewer” in the

    first place. And what’s the value of that definition?

    And then, of course, how so many of the challenges he faced with Magic Hat

    in the ’90s are timeless for small brewers today. The more things change,

    the more they stay the same, as it were.



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