I don’t spend much time in my car these days. But when I am behind the wheel, my iPhone is usually pumping out a podcast. Here are some of my favorite podcasts that revolve around engaging with or expressing ideas:
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A few months ago, I mentioned that I was using Shovebox — one of the endless number of Mac apps to organize notes, photos and more.
At the time, I mentioned that it was not going to replace Yojimbo for me. Still true. But I found that it worked well as a means of storing information for the short-term.… Read more
IVP has been kind enough to allow me to pick out some of their recent releases for review. I look forward to reading the books that caught my attention and sharing them with you here in the months to come. First up is a book called Deepest Differences: A Christian-Atheist Dialogue, by James Sire, and Carl Peraino.… Read more
This post is part of an ongoing series of reflections on The Creative Habit, by Twyla Tharp. It is a guest post by my friend Blaine Hogan. Blaine is an actor, a visual artist. He’s great at making stuff, and he does it for a living as an Experience Engineer at Willow Creek Community Church.… Read more
To make the Creative Practices interview series more convenient to access, I have created both an audio and video podcast of the series. The links below will open iTunes and take you directly to the page where you can subscribe to each:
Creative Practices: Audio Edition
Creative Practices: Video Edition
If you’ve enjoyed the series, and would be kind enough to add a review in iTunes, I’d appreciate it!… Read more
Cesar Torres (@cesart) is my second guest for the Creative Practices interview series. Cesar is a freelance graphic communicator and one of the co-founders of Conjunctured, a co-working space in Austin. Cesar shares how he generates design ideas out of conversations with his clients, how he has benefited from co-working, and how Things has been some of the most important software he’s ever had.… Read more
This post is part of an ongoing series of reflections on my reading of The Creative Habit, by Twyla Tharp.
There has been a slight gap between posts in The Creative Habit series. By slight, I mean 42 days, 4 hours and 48 minutes. Approximately. I didn’t intend it that way.… Read more