Monthly Archives May 2015

TKC 356 Denver Comic Con

Intro Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art (Paperback, 1993) by Scott McCloud Interviews at Denver Comic Con (Times show when each interview begins) Andy Mithun of the Stubby Shillelaghs (6:25) Critical Fail Kickstarter campaign Clayton Kauffman, 12, of Brush, Colorado (12:20) Dale Roberts of Dale Roberts Comics (13:56) Megan Sullivan, director of communications, Aurora Rise (17:23) “Alex Sullivan, […]

TKC 355 Hunter Maats and Katie O’Brien

Authors of The Straight-A Conspiracy Interview starts at 13:10 and ends at 41:52 What the brain science says is that if you’ve learned one thing, you can learn anything. If your brain has a preference right now, it’s just because you’ve been working on that thing a little more. Your brain is not coming into […]

TKC 354 Craig Lambert on Shadow Work

Author ofShadow Work: The Unpaid, Unseen Jobs That Fill Your Day Interview starts at 21:13 and ends at 39:30 Becoming aware of shadow work enables us to prune away some of the clutter in our lives. Take, for example, surveys—the inundation of our time with surveys, requests for surveys. It seems you can’t buy anything […]

TKC Test Audio

I have tweaked my workflow for uploading new episodes of the show and want to make sure it works before I begin creating TKC 354 this week. If you see this and could let me know how it looks and sounds on your devices, I would appreciate hearing from you at PodChronicles AT gmail DOT […]

TKC 353 Robert Martin at NMX

Director of the Isaacson School for New Media, Colorado Mountain College Presentation starts at 5:32 and ends at 43:55 In the 1930s, Walter Benjamin wrote, “The illiterate of the future will not be the man who cannot read the alphabet but the one who cannot take a photograph.” I mean could this guy see far ahead, or […]

TKC 352 Douglas Rushkoff

Author of Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now Interview starts at 13:37 and ends at 36:56 I remember a long time ago when Timothy Leary saw one of my first books, Cyberia or something, an early book about cyberculture, and he took it and he was moving his finger along the lines, and going “a line, and […]