Dan Hogan briefly re-joins us to discuss his process, the workflow of his webcomic and why being weird is winning. Tina, Chris & Paul review TV shows and create a new line of products for bald men called Pauld.
Artist & author Dan Hogan returns to chat Redshirts, webcomics, cartoons, and Tim Hortons. Also joining the conversation is the always hilarious Tina who shares podcast recommendations and laughter with us.
We have the awesome pleasure to chat with Andy Luther, an actor in Chicago. Andy studied in New York, he’s appeared in films and television but his passion is theater. When he’s not working, he has a contracting business and hires actors to give them a viable skill to support their art. We chat about acting, attending university as older students,
Is this a family show? Andy likes bleep noises as much as Paul. He cites the bleeped out Count as one of the funniest things he’s seen.
Keyboard background noises brought to you by our new foley artists, Colette.
We cover the difference between theater and film acting. Andy shares that the auditions are also different, recounting a recent Fargo audition.
Thanks to Andy Luther for chatting us up, like a boss. Here’s hoping he is one day immortalized in cartoon. If you’d like to make that happen or hire this talented actor contact his agency, Paonessa Talent Agency. Next episode, we’ll chat with Andy some more.
Continuing the show from last week, we’re chatting with our musician friend, Seth. The gang discusses the evolution of business on the web and changing technology over the last 10 years. Should you cultivate your passion as a hobby or as a profession?
Paul argues that these days employers aren’t hiring people in technology for what they know and what they can do. Instead people are hired for how fast they can learn and for what they will be doing in two years. His advice, have a portfolio.
Seth remembers the Real Genius days when folks interested in technology went to university to learn lasers.