Mike and Jessie discuss publishing and small dog breeding.
You knew they’d spend at least one episode talking about Disneyland. This is that episode. It’s a good episode. Even if you’re the kind of cretin that prefers Disney World.
Four years ago, on a hot Thursday afternoon in Anaheim, Jessie Char sat down for a Dole Whip in Disneyland while her friends went to the bathroom. When they got back she was gone. No note. No ransom demands. A few months ago, I got a call. “I’m back.” No explanation. We met at a diner. She was wearing a Minnie Mouse outfit. And an eyepatch. Her first words were “We’re recording next week.”
On this episode, we have interaction design pioneer Alan Cooper on the podcast, and we spend fully half of it talking about his model train project. Also we talk about technology’s history, future, and responsibility to the world our descendants will inherit. This is a good one, folks. Strap in.
Mike and Liam are joined by Amos Kennedy of Kennedy Prints to talk about printmaking, the tech industry, art (or not), and being black in the U.S. There is also some discussion of that time Amos and Mike met Chuck D.
This week we’re joined by Gabe Levine to talk about libel vs slander, post-election self care, and our fears for the next four years.