‘36. Mapping Entrepreneurial Narratives with Special Guest David Sharpe’ on Lounge Ruminator🎙
‘35. Personas and Pets’ on Lounge Ruminator 🎙
‘31. WWDC and the Reality Distortion Field’ on Lounge Ruminator 🎙 🤯
‘30. The Martin Feld Retail Photo Collection’ on Lounge Ruminator 🎙
In the latest episode of Lounge Ruminator, ‘Mass versus Niche’, I consider whether traditional mass media may be a better way of engaging with significant topics such as ‘Black Lives Matter’. 🎙
This week, the lovely @andrewcanion joined me to discuss favourite computing memories, early touch-typing stories and how we both chose the Mac as the hub of our digital lives. It was a lot of fun to record! 🎙 Apple Podcasts / Overcast
iPads and trackpads do work really well together! Read more on Lounge Ruminator.
‘The object of universities is not to make skilful lawyers, physicians or engineers. It is to make capable and cultivated human beings.’ — John Stuart Mill 💬 (Quote 5/7, Micro Challenge).
‘It’s noice, it’s different, it’s unusual.’ — Kath and Kim 💬 (Quote 4/7, Micro Challenge)
‘You won’t burn in Hell… but be nice anyway.’ — Ricky Gervais 💬 (Quote 3/7, Micro Challenge)
‘I don’t care how f@#king runny it is.’ — John Cleese on camembert in the Cheese Shop Sketch 💬 (Quote 2/7, Micro Challenge)
Music has the power to transport us to different times and places; hear more in ‘24. Music as a Time Machine with Special Guest Pete Destry’ on Lounge Ruminator. 🎙
‘60 per cent of the time, it works every time.’ — Brian Fantana in ‘Anchorman’ 💬 (Quote 1/7, Micro Challenge)
In ‘23. Ending on a High’ on the Lounge Ruminator podcast, I discuss the art of saying ‘no more’, Australian cultural cringe, a persistent icon and someone who quit at the right time. 🎙
In my latest episode of Lounge Ruminator, ‘22. Quantifying Yourself’, I discuss fandom, pandemic effects on podcasts and how we quantify ourselves.
This week on my Lounge Ruminator podcast, I invited my sister Jodie to discuss the topic of sibling relationships, nature versus nurture and the habits that we create. Check it out! 😀 🎙
The Shape of Things to Come from the reimagined Battlestar Galactica is one of the best pieces—if not the best piece—of music ever written for TV. All of Bear McCreary’s music is excellent. 🎵 🌟