Creative: For What It’s Worth Episode 003

Me again. Back with yet another episode but this being the first with my iPad as recording device. Always looking to downsize without losing TOO much of the quality. A lot to cover here, but a few links you will need for unlocking full potential of this episode. Beyond Clothing, Ryan Vizzions, Philip Blenkinsop, Alex Honnold ,and Craig Mod. And let’s not forget Courtney White and Terry Tempest Williams. Okay, update since I made this post. This just in, direct from AK in Miami Beach. Atlis Electric Pickup crowdfunding campaign. Check the price and specs of this baby.

8 Comments on “Creative: For What It’s Worth Episode 003”

  1. Dan.
    Just wanted to let you know there is at least one other person out here, in addition to your Mom, who is enjoying these.
    I miss the better mic.
    This was ok but surprised me a bit when I first started to listen; thought my headphones weren’t in right.
    Being the consummate professional and a stickler for detail you are, you’ve spoiled us in the past with great sound that does justice to that rum inflected resonance of your voice. Let’s do it again.

  2. I enjoyed that too. I don’t think Craig Mod was on my radar and that’s not good as I’m in Japan too and also spend as much time outdoors as possible.

    I’m off into the mountains for a couple of days now so will to listen to all your podcasts on the drive out there. You got me thinking about starting a newsletter too and slowly dumping Instagram (Facebook and Twitter went years ago).

    Have you read Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media by Jaron Lanier?

    Thank you.

  3. No, Aaron, there are at least two people enjoying this.

    Dan, here’s an suggestion for a topic; an update on your lyme? You seem to stay active and healthy and I think many people would like to hear all about it.

  4. Hi Dan, thanks for this podcast – I agree with your point on the poisoning effect of Facebook and other media platforms. I’ve been incredibly disappointed with the direction that Instagram have taken, especially concerning adverts etc, but have still to find an alternative as many of the artists and photographers that I follow use the site.
    It’s an ongoing battle to wean myself off it and I’d love it if there was a purer version of Instagram out there, it’s a shame that everything has to be monetised
    The project/zine that you have coming up sounds great so I’ve signed up to your wire and wish you all the best with that, cheers – David.

    1. David,
      I think IG is only going to get worse. People are so hooked on the platform it kinda feels like IG can do anything and people will still use it. I get bored and forget about it. For me, compared to reading, IG doesn’t stand a chance.

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