Tag: podcast

  • Consistency of perspective

    Consistency of perspective

    I really enjoyed this comment by Hank Green about consistency of perspective. He and John, his brother, had a short discussion in response to a question a listener sent to them on their podcast, Dear Hank & John: Consistency of perspective, and consistency of world view, is like a loyalty to a former self who […]

  • Enjoying Sam and Liam talking about stuff

    Enjoying Sam and Liam talking about stuff

    I noticed a new(ish) video podcast, AWNP Unplugged, with Critical Role’s Sam Riegel, and Liam O’Brien. It’s terrific, I’m enjoying it. They’re basically just connecting, and chatting about the pandemic, the importance of being connected to each other, and more. I’m sitting on one of our couches, blogging random stuff, and enjoying the conversation. I […]

  • Just geek out and walk

    Just geek out and walk

    I just went out for a walk in a nearby park. That shouldn’t be particularly noteworthy except for the times we find ourselves in. What made the walk especially enjoyable (well, aside from being out in glorious weather), was the opportunity to just geek out over this interview with Felicia Day on the Id10t podcast […]

  • Sunk costs as gifts from our past selves

    Sunk costs as gifts from our past selves

    I don’t remember where I came across a recommendation to listen to Seth Godin’s podcast, Akimbo, but I’m glad I did. I really enjoy his episodes. The first one I listened to is titled “Ignore Sunk Costs”. He talks about sunk costs as gifts from our past selves, and it’s up to you to decide […]

  • When kids start treating the staff poorly

    When kids start treating the staff poorly

    Reconcilable Differences #66, titled “Inherent Injustice”, is both hilarious and cringeworthy for parents. The hosts, Merlin Mann and John Siracusa, were talking about raising young kids, setting examples for them, and issuing parental edicts.

  • What “content marketing” really is

    What “content marketing” really is

    The term “content marketing” has been heavily abused. I found this discussion about what it really is to be well worth listening to.

  • Better management

    Better management

    Having been a manager and an employee, managed as part of a team, techniques for and examples of effectively management is pretty interesting to me. I have been listening to a great podcast discussion about this and I wanted to share that.