Ep. 11 – Lessons from Weckesser

A professor I had as an undergraduate recently passed on. I considered him a sort of indirect mentor on mine. He had quite an impact on me.

This episode is dedicated to John Weckesser (1941-2018).

[NOTE: This episode was originally released March 2, 2018 via SoundCloud. I am re-releasing the first season of episodes here on this site.]

 

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Ep. 10 – Books On Living An Ordered Life

This past year I read a range of books about organization, minimalism and civilized living. These seemingly disparate volumes come at it from different perspectives, but all explore living a curated, intentional, ordered lifestyle.

[NOTE: This episode was originally released January 1, 2018 via SoundCloud. I am re-releasing the first season of episodes here on this site.]

 

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Ep. 9 – Thor: Ragnarok and Goethe’s Three Questions of Criticism

I had what I thought would be a good, quick, rather easy idea. I would apply the superhero movie Thor: Ragnarok to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s three questions for subjectively evaluating a piece of art. It turned out not to be so quick nor so easy to put this particular episode together. Special thanks to Judy the librarian on this one.

[NOTE: This episode was originally released December 3, 2017 via SoundCloud. I am re-releasing the first season of episodes here on this site.]

Ep. 8 – Building a Personal Library

In this episode, I riff on why now is the right time to build a personal home library of physical books.

[NOTE: This episode was originally released November 10, 2017 via SoundCloud. I am re-releasing the first season of episodes here on this site.]

Ep. 7 – Finding Time For Creative Work

In this episode, I talk about how artists need uninterrupted spans of time to do focused creative work. And I mention what I’m doing nowadays since I don’t have uninterrupted spans of time.

[NOTE: This episode was originally released November 5, 2017 via SoundCloud. I am re-releasing the first season of episodes here on this site.]

Ep. 5 – Dan Harmon and Some Thoughts on Improv

Some thoughts on how Dan Harmon approaches his show HarmonQuest and how I have cooled my jets a bit as far as improv goes… but I’m getting restless for it once again.

[NOTE: This episode was originally released October 13, 2017 via SoundCloud. I am re-releasing the first season of episodes here on this site.]