All posts filed under ‘At Work Interview

Mountain Shores and Tiny Steps

As I was busy traveling through Colombia, diving deeply into my research on the topic of creative idleness, Milo McLaughlin and I found a working wi-fi signal and some time to record a follow-up episode to our surprisingly successful December podcast. Listen in to hear my deplorable attempts to command the English language when describing […]

Cliffhangers and Hangovers

As we prepare for the arrival of Bolon Yokte’ K’uh and the end-date of the 5125-year-long cycle in the Mayan Long Count calendar on December 21 (which might also be the end of the world as we know it), I met my good friend and accountability partner Milo McLaughlin to record a podcast “before it’s […]

Kamil Tusznio At Work: The two-sessions workday

Sandy’s finally slowing down a bit, and I hope all of my US readers are safe and dry, and ideally even enjoy working electricity! It’s At Work day again here at The Friendly Anarchist. Today’s guest is Kamil Tusznio, an indie web and mobile software engineer, and I’m extremely happy to welcome him! By the […]

At Work: Milo McLaughlin

Another two weeks have passed, so it’s At Work day once again here on The Friendly Anarchist. This time, I had the pleasure to talk to my friend and consigliere, Milo McLaughlin, about his adventures as a freelancer, pr0mising trial-and-error approaches to creative work, and the benefits of Buddhist chanting. Hey Milo, welcome! First of […]