Mary Roach (new book Fuzz out now!) chats with Kurt and Scotty about a crypto-currency trading hamster, how many s’mores you could make out of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, a miracle shark baby and lab grown woolly mammoths!
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Our guest this week is Austin Kleon. Austin is the author of Steal Like an Artist, and other bestsellers about creativity. His books have been translated into dozens of languages and have sold over a million copies worldwide. He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife and two sons. The Steal Like an Artist Audio Trilogy collects all three of his books into one audiobook. You can find Austin on Twitter and Instagram @austinkleon.
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John Mayer sits down with Bobby Bones and talks about the one song he is tired of playing, his dog and how he sees colors when he plays music.
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The Tolkien Professor, Cory Olsen, once again uses the power of Twitter to answer the internet’s burning questions about J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, and all the associated lore. Why can’t Frodo ride an eagle all the way to Mount Doom? Would the battle at Helm’s Deep gone differently if it hadn’t rained? How much time passes between "The Fellowship of the Ring" and "The Return of the King"? Cory answers all these questions and much more.
Corey Olsen, also known as The Tolkien Professor, is the Founder and President of Signum University, a nonprofit higher education institution dedicated to affordable and accessible online learning with a special focus on promoting the humanities. Through the Mythgard Academy, a Signum institution, Corey offers weekly explorations of The Lord of the Rings and other opportunities to discuss speculative literature and adaptations. Follow Corey on Twitter at https://twitter.com/tolkienprof
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On episode 2 of Season 2 of Kerwin Frost Talks, Kerwin meets his hero John Mayer at a diner.
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“That’s not how art works.”
This week’s guest is Patrick Rhone, writer, blogger, technology consultant, mental health advocate and home restoration enthusiast. He joins Brett to talk mental health, home restoration, and some of his favorite tools.
313 - How to Make Creative Rules When You Don’t Know What You Want with Austin Kleon — CREATIVE PEP TALK
This was a super cathartic chat with creative powerhouse Austin Kleon.
In this chat we dive into some really big questions around influences, what
happens when your creative heroes disappoint you and how to find what you
want to do by using the shortcut of defining what you’re against.
If you don’t know Austin - he’s the author of several incredible books
including Steal Like an Artist, Show Your Work and Keep Going. I think of
Kleon as my older cooler creative cousin, who’s much more well read than I
Rose and David dig in with ways they are using the Mac utility Alfred to automate using their Macs. This episode starts with the basics and then starts digging down.
With the recent explosion in personal knowledge management tools, it is hard to know which one fits your needs the best. This week, David and Stephen talk through Obsidian, which builds on top of plain, old-fashioned Markdown documents.
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