24. Music as a Time Machine with Special Guest Pete Destry

Now that restrictions on visiting others have been relaxed a bit in New South Wales, Pete joined me on the rumination lounge to discuss the power that music has to transport us to different times and places.

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23. Ending on a High

How many things that you enjoy manage to end on a high? In this episode, we explore an example of Australian cultural cringe, a persistent pop-culture icon and someone who quit when the time was right.

(Not to mention, this podcast now includes MP3 chapter artwork as a nice, little extra, so check out the app Overcast to see it.)

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22. Quantifying Yourself

How do fans respond to the release of something that doesn’t fit their expectations? How is the current pandemic affecting podcasting? What does it mean to quantify yourself today and is it good for you?

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21. Discussing Sibling Relationships with Special Guest Jodie Feld

This week, my younger sister Jodie joins me on the podcast to discuss growing up, the habits that stick with us and the argument of nature versus nurture.

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20. What Is Your Type?

Typography surrounds us—yet so many people ignore it. By paying better attention to type, how can we better appreciate its influence on us and how we communicate?

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19. Dis Dat All of the Above with Special Guest Natasha Kandilas Feld

In celebration of my wife Natasha’s birthday this week, I invited her onto the podcast to discuss one of her absolute favourite things: cake. We ask the big questions, such as ‘What constitutes a cake?’ and ‘What role does cake play in our lives?’.

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17. Non-essential Formula

A non-essential person considers what it means to be essential and discusses the televisual triumph that is Dave Holstein’s Kidding (no spoilers!).

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16. Silence and Sound

No day is free of silence or sound but how do we feel when confronted by each of them? With which do we generally prefer to surround ourselves?

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15. Remoteness and Openness

As use of powerful and accessible digital technology proliferates worldwide, how can we reconsider our approach to work and also reassess how we interact with news and information on the Web?

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