Just to let you know, Milo and I had the opportunity to meet up once again with freelancing web designer and illustrator, Markus Freise, to interview him on our Mountain Shores podcast. While Milo was walking the mean streets of Edinburgh, we revisited the idea of a “League of Creative Minds”. We discussed virtual agencies,… Continue reading Supermarkt Connections
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Escapology with Wolves
Shocked about my own negligence, I just noticed that I not only owe you one, but two fresh Mountain Shores episodes. If you’re not subscribed to the podcast feed (yet), that would be an inexcusable omission. About time to fill you in… Lockpicking Imaginary Handcuffs (with Robert Wringham) In the most political conversation in Mountain… Continue reading Escapology with Wolves
Mountain Shores: The Lost Episode
The newest episode of the Mountain Shores podcast is here! Accompanied by some interesting background noises (including the clinking of whisky glasses and what might be traffic, a mountain storm, or alien interference), Milo and I met to talk about the importance of limiting how much we have on our plates if we want to… Continue reading Mountain Shores: The Lost Episode
Type Fast, Die Young!
I’m very happy to release a new episode of Mountain Shores! This time, an unsuspecting chat about the advantages of writing over wood-working turns into a full-fledged impromptu podcast. Milo McLaughlin and I talk about blogs as digital “total works of art”, the advantages of tiny offices, and micro-productivity. In a deep conversation on habits,… Continue reading Type Fast, Die Young!
Mountain Shores #5: Summer (Un)Productivity
I’m admittedly late with this, but our most recent episode of Mountain Shores went live last week! Leveraging our proverbial discipline, we gathered with the wonderful Michael Nobbs on one of the warmest days of the year (so far!) to chat about summer productivity, social media sabbaticals, schedules, sleep patterns and self-depletion. We talked about… Continue reading Mountain Shores #5: Summer (Un)Productivity