The premise of the show is simple: find interesting people and ask them “What are you learning?” and “What are you making?” As a bonus, at the end of the show we also ask them to share a piece of advice. I find the answers endlessly fascinating. I hope you will, too.
The show is also available as a YouTube playlist. View it there for captions and subtitles, which some viewers may find helpful, especially those for whom English is not a first language.
In this episode, I talk to the inimitable Fogus about his deep dive into philosophy through the lens of heavy metal. Along the way, we also discuss ancient Egypt and his quest to develop a “highly influential nothing”.
I talk with Mike Fikes about his quest to learn electronics, and in so doing, to make ClojureScript a workable option for programming a microcontroller. Crazy? Yes, yes it is. But also cool.
I talk with my friend and former coworker Russ Olsen about making cigar box guitars, giving emotionally compelling talks to rooms full of ex-military people, and a host of other topics.