It’s likely that Aaron Draplin has more passion about graphic design than you have about anything. Marc visits Aaron at the seat of the empire he created in Portland and finds out how a skater kid from the Midwest worked his way up through Snowboarder…
The French phrase mise-en-place means to gather and arrange the ingredients and tools needed for cooking. But for many culinary professionals, its organizing principles are also a way of life.
In this episode we crest violent bloodshed and flow with universe building. Characters are further fleshed out as the tides begin to rise again.
Merlin “The Hammer” Mann and Dan “The Anvil” Moren bring their pipes to help Hell’s Kitchen.
James Ward’s new book stems from a lifelong love of Post-it notes, pencils and paper clips. He tells NPR’s Melissa Block that they remind him of his school days, when life was less complicated.
Tonight, Tim, Johnny and Andy are joined by Bryan Bedell, from Field Notes
HQ. You might recognize Bryan from the amazing videos Field Notes puts out
with some of their special editions. In addition to this great guest, your
hosts will be briefly discussing our first Erasable Book Club Book, The
Perfection of the Paper Clip, by James Ward.
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A weekly advice podcast for people who work from home, whether freelancer or telecommuter. We address listener-submitted questions, comments and concerns about all aspects of working from home. Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.
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Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.
Agatha Christie’s clever detective novels may reveal more about the inner workings of the human mind than she intended. In this podcast, a look at what scientists uncover when they treat words like data.
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