Click here to show or hide the menubar.
  • Tommy and Adam talk to Lucie and Philippe Robert, creators of lazRfit: the first laser tag workout! (We've got Supercharged on video now, and this is one worth seeing. You can watch the entire show on YouTube here
  • This week, Dan has some weather, Cash makes a battery, homework can be a silly drag, management is about scalability and quantification, how to figure out how much you have to do, 80s movies can be problematic, ultracrepidarianism, making fish wanna get nasty, and you gotta give people ONE suggestion. Great listener feedback on the evolution of pro kitchens, real-life risk aversion, and a terrific use of Echo's drop-in functionality. Also, the possibilities and shortcomings of Machine Learning are discussed.
  • Tommy and Adam discuss the pros and cons of the subscription model taking over, well, everything! Also, recommendations and questions are officially and properly back! Visit awkwardhuman.com/supercharged to contribute to the show.
  • This week, we're discussing "iterative ideation" — process whereby you course correct more often as a project develops — as a means of failing forward. Along the way, we wonder if "failure" is really the most productive way of thinking about our creative missteps. Also, we talk about some of the struggles of balancing our personal and professional lives on social media. Plus, 11 minutes for 3 setups with an icon. Emmet Gowin is our Photographer of the Week.
  • John and Dan talk about fixing a hole, bats, fur trappers, male and female identity in the contemporary world, newsgroups, clay handprints, and the room on the wall. This is part 2.
  • Jeff and Christian welcome Trisha Hershberger from Geek and Sundry and Newegg to the show this week to discuss the big CES gaming announcements, Nintendo's Mini Direct announcements, Awesome Games Done Quick surprises, and more! The Playlist: Night in the Woods, What Remains of Edith Finch, Alice, Hearthstone, PUBG, Wolfenstein 2 VR Talk: CES VR demos, OrbusVR Tabletop Time: Legends of the Hidden Temple, Codenames, Downforce BONUS CONTENT: Jeff and Christian full SPOILER discussion of Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus.
  • John and Dan talk about fixing a hole, bats, fur trappers, male and female identity in the contemporary world, newsgroups, clay handprints, and the room on the wall. This is part 1.
  • This week, your hosts cover some odds and sods, share some recommendations, design some fantasy podcast apps, and introduce an exciting new feature involving the Internet Science Site. They also respond to a listener's thorny question about dealing with negative chatter in the workplace.
  • This week, we're talking about the importance of mentors and how changing our focus can sometimes lead to incredible exchanges that would not have happened otherwise. Also, a discussion around workflow and the potential of using more of a mobile-first approach to post-processing images. Plus, are camera manufacturers simply releasing slighting different versions of the same cameras and trying to pass them off as new? Karl Baden is our Photographer of the Week.
  • Seth and Dan share details of some special listener gifts, the story of a soldiers watch, Seiko pro divers, and leaked photos of a new mystery watch.
  • Jeff and Christian welcome Nick Suttner to the show this week to discuss Awesome Games Done Quick, Burnout Paradise remaster, a potential new game from Fumito Ueda, and more! The Playlist: The Flame in the Flood, Small Radios Big Televisions, West of Loathing, Splatoon 2, PUBG, Opus Magnum VR Talk: Megaton Rainfall, GNOG, Secrets of the Empire Star Wars The Void experience Tabletop Time: The Thing: Infection at Outpost 31, Time Barons, Spyfight, Illimat, Gloomhaven Parting Gifts!
  • John and Dan discuss first kisses, John's long walk, putting on the whammy, and being a drifter.
  • This week, Dan and Merlin talk about why they're trending, an exciting update on the Mr. Robot ATV bug, the frustrating opacity of using Apple's stuff, Dan's love for Nintendo Switch, nostalgia for NASA, Merlin's love for the Amazon Spot, the problem of fish food and regret, updates on your hosts' sleep technologies, possible solutions for killing spam on iPhone, and some more thoughts on dealing with Netflix's filtering, ratings, and...jeez kinda just everything about their dingaling interface.
  • Happy New Year! This week, we're talking about various ways to approach 365 (or any long term) projects, inspired by some questions from a listener. Topics include: approach, overall goals and how to mark your progress when single pieces may take longer than a day to complete. If you're starting a new project this year, we would love to check it out. We also discuss an article on Kotaku highlighting some incredible shots from video games. With so many "real" photographic principles being applied to modern gaming, do screenshots count as photography? Also, we're going to try ending each month with a Q&A/Crit Wall show. If you have questions, or would like us to discuss a photo or two, email us at podcast at ontakingpictures.com
  • Jeff and Christian celebrate the show's 4th anniversary and kick off the beginning of the fifth year of DLC by looking back and looking forward. As is the DLC tradition, Jeff and Christian hold their own feet to the fire by revisiting their 2017 predictions to see what was right and was was wrong. Then it is time to get excited about all the great games coming in 2018! The guys pick their favorites, including God of War, Spider-Man, Anthem, Red Dead Redemption 2 and more. They finish by making more Bold and Crazy predictions for the new year. What does 2018 have in store for gamers?
  • The boys wrap up a big year—a huge year—with an unintentionally thematic episode about feelings, expectations, nostalgia, and the black boxes of life, technological and otherwise.
  • This week Joe and Cody discuss Gruber's iPhone X review, Apple's message to their customers about batteries, iMac Pro, wireless charging and much more.
  • Tommy and Adam continue discussing how the Internet has impacted them (find the full list in the previous episode) and speak with Richard, host of Interview with a Nerd, about Disney's acquisition of Fox Entertainment.
  • Questions, questions. Whose got the questions? Turns out, it's YOU, the listeners! This week, we tackle conundrums about favorite museums, sources of inspiration, archiving strategies, finding the theme of your work, and a whole lot more. Brett Weston is our Photographer of the Week.
XML
Stats & Atts.

Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends.