mikeboas / Mike Boas

I’m an animator from Rochester, NY. I drive a plastic car. Here are some podcasts that interest me. Mainly about movies, books, technology, and science.

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  1. Back to Work 337: Cognitive Bottleneck

    August 18, 2017 at 4:00PM • 1 hour 11 minutes

    TOPIC: How do you know when you’re legitimately overwhelmed?

    This episode, your hosts catch up on Florida, schedule and sleep consistency, ladders vs. walls, travel mania, and the fraught landscape of personal device security.

    Your hosts respond to listener feedback and questions regarding feeling overwhelmed and dealing with dumb clocks.

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  2. 002: Frank Chimero, The New Golden Age of Bookmaking

    Designer and author Frank Chimero discusses the process behind his book, "The Shape of Design." We also dig into the normalization of paying creative people to make things via crowdfunding or patronage platforms, and why there’s never been a better time to make books. Show Links: Shape of Design online

    Shape of Design Kickstarter Kevin Kelly’s 1,000 true fans

    Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls, Kickstarter

    Robin Sloan Writes a Book, Kickstarter

    The Field Study Handbook Kickstarter Art Space Tokyo Kickstartup: Successful fundraising with Kickstarter and remaking Art Space Tokyo

    Full transcript and audio online at:

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  3. Lovecraft eZine: Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure - an interview with creator Livia Boar

    Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure - an interview with creator Livia Boar

    Jul 17, 2017 In this episode we talk with Liviu Boar, co-creator of GIBBOUS, an upcoming Lovecraftian horror-comedy game. And in the second hour, we share our picks of the scariest horror movies and books of all time.

    Become a Patreon and get access to my brand new Lovecraftian fiction podcast, plus bonus nonfiction podcasts!

    Check out the Lovecraft eZine Press books.

    Email the show:

    NOTE: Scott Thomas, author of THE SEA OF ASH, could really use some help right now. Please check out his gofundme and help with a few bucks if you can.

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  4. RAM Podcast: Ep 131 - Johnny Gruesome

    A murdered teen returns from the grave to seek vengeance… On this special episode of the podcast, the forthcoming film, Johnny Gruesome, directed by Greg Lamberson (Slime City and Killer Rack).

    The movie wrapped up principal photography in New York State and Jeff had the pleasure of visiting the set and chatting with: April Ann (co-star), John Renna (co-producer), Greg Lamberson (director), Craig Lindberg (special effects), and Anthony De La Torre (star)

    A big thanks to Greg for the invite and to all the awesome guys and gals on the set of Johnny Gruesome!

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  5. Daughters of Darkness Ep 4: Andrzej Zuławski part 1

    In the fourth episode of Daughters of Darkness, Kat and Samm begin a four-part discussion of the career of Polish director Andrzej Zuławski. Meant to be a celebration of his life and incredible work, the episode begins with a brief discussion of his early years, particularly his training as an assistant director under Andrzej Wajda. This is followed by a discussion of his two short films for Polish television, The Story of Triumphant Love (1969) and Pavoncello (1969), two lesser seen and perhaps more conventional works, where he established a number of the themes he would use throughout his career: love triangles, troubled romance, hysterical women, literary source material, and dizzying staircase sequences. This is followed by a lengthy exploration of his first feature-length film, The Third Part of the Night (1971), which was co-written by Zuławski’s father, Mirosław, and is loosely based on the elder Zuławski’s experiences working in a typhus lab during the Nazi occupation. The episode wraps up with a look at The Devil (1972), Zuławski’s unhinged second feature, a film that was promptly banned by the communist government and resulted in Zuławski’s departure from Poland and relocation to France. Set during the period of German occupation in Poland in the late eighteenth century, the film follows the homeward odyssey of a troubled young man who is released from prison by a mysterious stranger.

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  6. MixingLight SRR Part 3: DaVinci Resolve 12: Areas for Improvement

    MixingLight Special Report Resolve 12 Public Beta 1: Areas For Improvement

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  7. MixingLight SRR Part 2: Our Favorite DaVinci Resolve 12 Features (so far)

    MixingLight Special Report Resolve 12 Public Beta 1: Our Favorite Resolve 12 Features (so far)

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  8. MixingLight SRR Part 1: DaVinci Resolve 12 Public Beta

    Three colorists discuss DaVinci Resolve 12 including: What it means to use Beta software; favorite features (so far); areas of improvement

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  9. Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy 217: Kij Johnson

    H.P. Lovecraft is best known for his Cthulhu Mythos stories of cosmic horror, but he also wrote a sequence of more whimsical tales called the Dreamlands, about a magical realm that certain “master dreamers” can visit in their sleep. Fantasy author Kij Johnson read the Dreamlands stories as a child, and remembers being entranced by them.

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  10. The Gentlemen’s Guide to Midnite Cinema #375: Kamikaze and Mrs. Miller

    Welcome back for another glorious extra long episode of the GGtMC!!!

    This week is programmed and also co-hosted by the Mighty Joe Yanick and he chose McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971) directed by Robert Altman and Kamikaze ‘89 (1982) directed by Wolf Gremm and starring Rainer Werner Fassbinder!!! we want to thank Joe for the support and for coming on to help with the show this week!!!

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