We sit down with Paul McKay, the man behind Analogue Wonderland, who's turning back the clock on photography while keeping his feet firmly in the present. He left a decade-long corporate gig to dive into something more soulful. We're talking about the allure of analog in a digital world and how Paul is making that magic accessible. We dig into community building, the ins and outs of marketing in this unique niche, and even touch on how AI is tiptoeing into the realm of the retro. It's all about balancing yesterday's tangible joys with today's digital conveniences. Tune in for a trip through the complexities of harmonizing the old with the new.Show LinksAnalogue WonderlandSponsorsFree 30-day trial of Zipify OCU - To get an unadvertised gift, email email@example.com and ask for the "Tech Nasty Bonus".Elevar - Never miss another conversion with Elevar's server-side tracking. Enhance Klaviyo flow performance 2-3x. Plans from $0 a month + 15-day free trials on all plans.Theme Updater Plus: Vault - Effortlessly back up and quickly restore your Shopify StoreLoop Returns: Ecommerce Returns Management for Shopify - Brands using Loop retain over 50% of their revenue by promoting exchanges over refunds.Not on Shopify? Start your free trialNever miss an episodeSubscribe wherever you get your podcastsJoin Kurt's newsletterHelp the showAsk a question in The Unofficial Shopify Podcast Facebook GroupLeave a reviewSubscribe wherever you get your podcastsWhat's Kurt up to?See our recent work at EthercycleSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelApply to work with Kurt to grow your store.
I was honored to have on Barry McAlister, Tristan McAlister, and Amanda McAlister-Howard for these two unconnected scenes. See Amanda and myself live in Dark Room! Saturday November 18th at 8:00 pm in the Loft at Third Coast Comedy Club #improv #comedy #improvcomedy #improvpodcast #comedypodcast #longformimprov #nashvillecomedy #humor --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/audio-based-content/support
When you are of superior power it doesn't matter where they put you, God will make sure you shine!The dynamic teachings of Rev. Terry K. Anderson, Sr. Pastor at Lilly Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Houston TX.
Barry, Tristan, & Amanda McAlister join me for 4 stories. See Amanda and myself live in Dark Room! November 18th @ 8 PM in the Loft at Third Coast Comedy Club #improv #comedy #improvcomedy #improvpodcast #comedypodcast #longformimprov #nashvillecomedy #humor --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/audio-based-content/support
Staying at a hotel on a business trip, a middle-aged man has a variety of bizarre experiences. But who is the old woman in the elevator...and will he survive the night? This is an original story written and read by Jasper L'Estrange for the EnCrypted Horror Podcast. ****BONUS CONTENT**** As a Halloween treat, the main story is followed by a discussion about the story in an episode of "EnCrypted Postmortem" usually exclusive to YouTube channel members and Patreon members.
If you resent God's dark room, the consequence is depression. If you resist His dark room, the consequence is despair. But, if you are patient in His dark room the consequence is maturity that leads to victory. The dynamic teachings of Rev. Terry K. Anderson, Sr. Pastor at Lilly Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Houston TX.
From Victorian folklore to recipes with bourbon, Kentucky spirits often come alive in the narratives of David Dominé, an author whose numerous books showcase the rich cultural heritage of his adopted state. David not only uses his art to draw attention to sites of historical interest, such as the Kentucky Bourbon Trail or the stunning Old Louisville preservation district, he also highlights the legacy that has shaped the region's exceptional folk traditions and culinary past. The result is a body of work that includes memoirs, travel journals, historical sketches, cook books, and photographic essays, all painting an inviting picture of the state he has called home since 1993. Domine lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where he teaches foreign languages and translation at Bellarmine University. In addition to an MFA in Writing from Spalding University, he has an MA in Spanish Literature from the University of Louisville and an MA in German Literature from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He also completed studies in literary translation at the Karl-Franzens Universität in Graz, Austria. In addition to non-fiction books on wide-ranging topics, he has published numerous articles, stories, and translations. His current projects include the forthcoming novel Peter Paul's Kitchen and a true-crime book about the bizarre 2009 murder of drag queen Jamie Carroll and the subsequent trials of alleged killers Jeffery Mundt and Joseph Banis.Website daviddomine.com Biooks A Dark Room in Glitter Ball City: Murder, Secrets, and Scandal in Old Louisville Insiders' Guide® to Louisville (Insiders' Guide Series) Haunts of Old Louisville: Gilded Age Ghosts and Haunted Mansions in America's Spookiest Neighborhood Voodoo Days at La Casa Fabulosa Phantoms of Old Louisville: Ghostly Tales from America's Most Haunted Neighborhood
Yes, you read the title right! This is a show you do not want to miss. Pavel Stuchlik discusses these areas and more:How to get rid of Dopamine AddictionBiohacking StrategiesLessons learned in the process of navigating pivotal moments in his life where he spent 10 days in a cave with no food: eventually finding the balance between money, relationship, health, family, and money.Lessons learned from AlibabaWhy he chooses to go into a Dark Room each year.Meet Pavel Stuchlik: "In anxious moments, breath is your first gateway to come back to your center. How do I know this? I discovered it in the depths of darkness.Wanting to become a professional cyclist, I started my entrepreneurial journey young using my passion, so I sold carbon-fiber bike parts. I was 17. As a professional, I entered races across the world and sold to bike stores. I even created a custom-made bike frame which exploded as a business!However, with these races accumulating over 25,000 miles year on a bike, they take their toll. My body shut down, and with chronic fatigue and Epstein-Barr, I had to quit. I was 19.That's when the depression hit. My health had sqaushed my whole life vision. But it was this pivotal moment I entered the world of Biohacking to heal myself.With my knowledge of business I invested into Orangetheory and my franchise became the fastest growing region in the chain. I was 22.Obsessed with looking for more, I dived deeper, opening the largest Yoga Fitness Meditation Studio in South East America. All the dots connected. I kept creating success. But there was no satisfaction. Just emptiness.So I went into the emptiness, literally. 10 days of darkness in the caves of Thailand. No food. Just water. And it was after the first few brutal days I finally surrendered, and peace rushed through every part of my body. I realised I'd been living somebody else's life.My purpose was discovered. With my travels, wisdom and experience of Self-Mastery, I wanted to help others to bring them back to unity, love, and joy.NOA | AON was born."Have a question for a guest or host? Want to become a guest or show partner? Let's chat! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Episode Music Credits: Adventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kuliSupport the showIf you enjoyed this week's show, click the subscribe button to stay current.Listen to A Mental Health Break Episodes hereTune into Writing with Authors here
In this week's episode I dive into the world of film photography with the LUCIA ROLLOW. With decades of experience and a passion for the timeless medium, Lucia takes us on a journey through the artistry of analog photography. She shares insights into her profound experience as a film photographer, exploring the craft's unique nuances and the magic of working with analog film. Lucia founded the Bushwick Community Darkroom, a hub that has supported over 20,000 artists in their exploration of film photography.******************************************************************SUPPORT THE PODCAST: www.buymeacoffee.com/camerashake******************************************************************JOIN THE CAMERA SHAKE COMMUNITY for the latest news and some behind the scenes insights: www.camerashakepodcast.com******************************************************************Check out our sponsor: www.platypod.com******************************************************************THIS WEEK'S LINKS:INTERESTED IN THE LOFOTEN VIKING PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP?https://www.idavewilliams.com/trainingLucia Rollow on the web:https://www.luciarollow.com/Bushwick Community Darkroomhttps://www.bushwickcommunitydarkroom.com/Lucia Rollow on Social Media:Instagram: @lucia.rollowFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/LuciaRollowPhotoX (Twitter): https://twitter.com/LuciaRollow======================================CAMERA SHAKE PODCAST ON YOUTUBE:https://www.youtube.com/camerashakeFULL EPISODE 174 ‘Exploring the Timeless Craft of Analog Photography - with LUCIA ROLLOW' IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON: YouTube - https://youtu.be/fZ8WtsIAo54Apple Podcasts - https://apple.co/2Y2LmfmSpotify - https://spoti.fi/304sm2G======================================FOLLOW US ONInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/camerashakepodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/camerashakepodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/ShakeCameraKersten's website:www.kerstenluts.comKersten on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/kerstenluts/https://www.instagram.com/threeheadsinarow/
The first episode of a powerful new series. Learn why before God can deliver us, he must develop us. The dynamic teachings of Rev. Terry K. Anderson, Sr. Pastor at Lilly Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Houston TX.
Approaching Traumatic Material with Complexity and Compassion featuring Brittany Means Brittany Means joins Let's Talk Memoir for a conversation about growing up vagrant, writing about child sexual abuse, how she started with the scenes that haunted her, depicting traumatic material with complexity and compassion, leaning into her narrative voice, when she felt like a writer with a capital “W”, and her new memoir Hell If We Don't Change Our Ways. Also in this episode: -reconnecting with your body when writing traumatic material -asking yourself really hard questions -why our stories matter Memoirs mentioned in this episode: Darkroom by Jill Christman Heavy by Kiese Laymon In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado Brittany Means is a Chicana writer and editor living in Albuquerque, NM. A graduate of Iowa's MFA Nonfiction Writing Program, Means has worked with Inara Verzemnieks and Kiese Laymon. She has received several awards for her work, including the Magdalena Award, Geneva Fellowship, and Grace Paley Fellowship at Under the Volcano. Connect with Brittany Means: Website: www.brittanymeans.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/BrittanyMeansIt/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/BrittanyMeansIt/ Bluesky: https://bsky.app/profile/BrittanyMeansIt/ Get Brittany's book: https://bookshop.org/p/books/hell-if-we-don-t-change-our-ways-a-memoir-brittany-means/19712130?ean=9798985282894 – Ronit Plank is a writer, teacher, and editor whose work has been featured in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Writer's Digest, The Rumpus, American Literary Review, Hippocampus, The Iowa Review, and elsewhere. Her memoir WHEN SHE COMES BACK about the loss of her mother to the guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and their eventual reconciliation was named a 2021 Best True Crime Book by Book Riot and was a Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards, the Housatonic Book Awards, and the Book of the Year Awards. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have been nominated for Pushcart Prizes, the Best of the Net, and the Best Microfiction Anthology, and her short story collection HOME IS A MADE-UP PLACE won Hidden River Arts' Eludia Award. She is creative nonfiction editor at The Citron Review and lives in Seattle with her family where she is working on her next book. More about Ronit: https://ronitplank.com Sign up for monthly podcast and writing updates: https://bit.ly/33nyTKd Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ronitplank/ More about WHEN SHE COMES BACK, a memoir: https://ronitplank.com/book/ More about HOME IS A MADE-UP PLACE, a short story collection: https://ronitplank.com/home-is-a-made-up-place/ Connect with Ronit: https://www.instagram.com/ronitplank/ https://twitter.com/RonitPlank https://www.facebook.com/RonitPlank Background photo: Canva Headshot photo credit: Sarah Anne Photography Theme music: Isaac Joel, Dead Moll's Fingers
For his Roaming St. Louis segment this week, KMOX host Scott Jagow landed in the Grand Center Arts District. That's home to the Dark Room at the Grandel Theater. The Dark Room gets its name from the room where film is processed and it features rotating photography exhibits. But it's also where people of all ages gather every Wednesday night for the Jazz Jam. This Wednesday is the 10th anniversary of this weekly "cutting session." Scott chats with the event's host, musician and teacher Bob DeBoo, as well as Arica Foster from the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, which oversees the Dark Room and the Grandel.
Author Dylan O'Sullivan of the Essayful Substack joins the pod to talk about Hemingway and the craft of writing. And listen to the After Dark episode for Patreon subscribers at: patreon.com/artofdarkpod Dylan on Twitter twitter.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/bradkelly twitter.com/kautzmania […]
Heute wird's spicy: Dimi nimmt Sophia in dieser Folge an einen Ort der Community mit, an dem sie noch nie war: auf eine sexpositive Party und in einen Darkroom! Das Ziel: herausfinden, was da wirklich passiert, warum sexpositive Partys so oft in queeren oder queerfreundlichen Clubs stattfinden und was sie eigentlich von "normalen" Veranstaltungen unterscheidet.
Eine Berghain-Lovestory, die ein ganzes Wochenende hält, ein Horrordate, das gefesselt an der Heizung endet und ein Treuetest im Club, der mächtig in die Hose geht ... Beim Date von Gastgeber Caramel Mafia und seiner alten Freundin Caro aus Kreuzberg geht es wie immer mächtig zur Sache und um Frage, ob es bei einem Clubflirt eher in den Darkroom oder auf die Toilette geht. Dabei trennen sich die Meinungen. Außerdem geht es um eine internationalen DJ-Romanze, Gaslighting bis zum Abwinken und die Frage, wie anders die eigene Jugend verlaufen wäre, wenn es das #MeToo-Movement schon früher gegeben hätte.
Casey of the Godward Podcast joins the show to talk Emily Dickinson, American religious history and more. And listen to the After Dark episode for Patreon subscribers at: patreon.com/artofdarkpod The Godward Podcast twitter.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/bradkelly twitter.com/kautzmania […]
This week we are joined by the Director of Content for Dark Room Faith, Mary Jo Sharp. A former atheist, Mary was raised without religion. She is now an assistant professor of apologetics at Houston Christian University, and as well as the founder of Confident Christianity Apologetics Ministry. She also is the author of the Zondervan book Why I Still Believe: A Former Atheist's Reckoning With the Bad Reputation Christians Give a Good God and the LifeWay bible study Why Do You Believe That? She is an itinerant speaker on apologetics and has engaged in formal debates on Islam, and she focuses on using love and logic to uncover truth. For more written, audio and video resources, go to axis.org.
Leute, diesmal wurde es gleich sexuell, weil sich Maik Nöcker heute früh gerade noch rechtzeitig aus seiner holzvertäfelten Suck-Box am Millerntor schälen konnte, um uns ausschweifend und überdies unnötig blumig von seinen Swinger-Erfahrungen zwischen Hollywood und Bad Wanne-Eickel zu erzählen. Sein ganz eigener Film. Der Orgien-Onkel. Odyssee im Darkroom. Schlimmer noch als Einzelhaft mit Ekel-Ernst. Da jedenfalls war uns schon ordentlich schwindelig. Und weil wir ohnehin noch das Wochenende in den Beinen hatten, den eigenen Auftritt in Düsseldorf, dazu die wilden Ergebnisse auf Schalke, in Darmstadt, Heidenheim oder Freiburg, mussten wir erstmal ganz hart auf die Euphorie-Bremse treten, diese Achterbahn anhalten, und schwierig schwankend auf das Kinderkarussell des deutschen Fußballs umsteigen. Denn dort, zwischen Beckenbauers Hubschrauber, Magaths Feuerwehrwagen und Müllers Zuchtponys, sitzt seit gestern auch Andreas Rettig, der neue Geschäftsführer Sport des DFB. Ein Mann, der mittlerweile derart viele Namen und Etiketten trägt, dass er ernsthaft (!?!) darüber nachdenken sollte, ob er in Zukunft nicht eventuell doch zwei Visitenkarten braucht. Er ist. Der König der Scheinheiligen. Schweinchen Schlau. Der Robin Hood des Fußballs. Das schlechte Gewissen der Branche. Und jetzt eben auch: der Anti-Bierhoff. Ein Mann, dessen bloße Ernennung die bisherige Task-Force entzweit und die Herren Mintzlaff und Rummenigge in die Flucht geschlagen hat. Eine im Grunde irre Leistung. Das schaffen sonst nur der Zoll oder die Steuerprüfung. Wir waren jedoch weit weniger verängstigt und haben es uns im Übermut nicht nehmen lassen, dem neuen Chef ein paar Vorschläge für das immer noch vakante Amt des Bundestrainers vorzulegen. Ein Stakkato der Startrainer, mit dem wir vor allem eindrucksvoll unterstrichen haben dürften, warum wir niemals Teil einer Task-Force sein sollten. Nun ja. Wer sich jetzt allerdings völlig zu Recht fragt, warum wir weder über die Bayern noch über Bayer, nicht über Hummels, Reus oder Rose gesprochen haben, dem empfehlen wir, doch bitte die ganze Folge zu hören. Denn bis auf die völlig überflüssige Diskussion über einen völlig überflüssigen aber nicht diskussionswürdigen Elfmeter ist alles drin. Eigentlich. In diesem Sinne: viel Spaß!
Blogs are back, baby! And maybe they're great for business again?Today I'm joined by Kasia Manolas, writer of Girl in the Dark Room & Good Fortune, and owner of Narrative, a content marketing agency serving values-aligned companies. Together we revisit my 10 Things I Hate About Content Marketing episode to consider why blogs might be a form of content marketing we don't have to hate. And Kasia shares why for many small businesses blogs > social. Tune in to learn how— Blogs drive traffic to our website for the long-term Writing long-form can support nervous system regulation Blogs support more email subscribers & sales The educational nature of blogs allows for more privacy Blog allow us to release consistency & embrace our unique rhythms
Matthew Kelly of Dark Pony Radio and Shadow Horse Theatre joins the pod to talk Lovecraft, horror, spooky season and more. And listen to the After Dark episode for Patreon subscribers at: patreon.com/artofdarkpod shadowhorsetheatre.com twitter.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/bradkelly twitter.com/kautzmania […]
Brigitte and Mic return to interview southern KY indie filmmakers Jake C. Young and Kenny Scott Guffey of MTS Pictures to talk about their movies "The Dark Room" and "A Night of The Undead". Mic and Brigitte review the hardcore horror movie "Slow Torture Puke Chamber". Spooky Season, Recent Watches, and Quotes round out the episode.
Have you ever felt that life was unfair? Did you ever feel like God forgot about you? You're not alone. The life of Joseph was filled with rejection, disappointment and unfair treatment. Yet he learned how to turn every obstacle into an amazing opportunity and you can too!Pastor Aaron Burke joins us in this podcast to share the principles that Joseph learned in the darkest hours of his life. He has written an inspiring new book called The Unfair Advantagewhich lays out seven keys from the life of Joseph for transforming any obstacle into an opportunity.In this edition of Finish Strong, you'll discover how to turn your biggest rejections into your greatest opportunities. You will come to understand that man's rejection ultimately leads to God's direction. Most importantly, you'll learn how to view things in light of your legacy, not your limitations.Get ready to get charged up about God's calling on your life! Aaron Burke is a high energy guy who has experienced rejection and disappointment but learned how to turn every one of them into an Unfair Advantage. Today, he pastors a church in the Tampa area that has nine campuses and a regular attendance of around 6,000 people. You don't want to miss this life-changing interview!Support the showFearless Faith Websiteffaith.orgTo leave a review - Open Finish Strong on the Apple Podcast app and scroll down until you see "Ratings & Reviews". There will be a link to click so that you can "Write A Review"FacebookYouTubeInstagram
on Connect with Skip Heitzig, Skip shares a message about how God uses your times of darkness for a greater purpose to impact this world for the Kingdom. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/104/29
on Connect with Skip Heitzig, Skip begins a new series titled Darkroom and shows you that how you suffer is far more important than why you suffer. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/104/29
Foi aqui que pediram a volta dos episódios regulares? Eles estão voltando! E o Hugo e a Roxy convidaram a Sereia/Dom Gustavo, que já participou do nosso Chicotinho #18, para um “no bar da masmorra”, aquele nosso episódio com um bate-papo descontraído sobre a vivência de um praticante. Eles conversam sobre criação de comunidades, mundo leather, história do BDSM, iniciação, vivências, abordagens, cinto de castidade e muito mais. Vem ouvir que, além de informativo, tá caótico e divertido, como toda boa conversa de bar deve ser! Apoie o Chicotadas! https://apoia.se/chicotadas Quer que a gente leia e responda às suas dúvidas ou feedbacks num próximo episódio? Envie uma mensagem pela DM do nosso Instagram ou anonimamente, pelo formulário: https://forms.gle/x3HUheP52BkALn989 Confira nosso Instagram! www.instagram.com/chicotadaspodcast Nossas arrobas no Instagram: @h.chicotadas @domgustavo.gyn (Roxy sem insta no momento) A vitrine do episódio é uma arte da Roxy sobre foto da Sansa. Na foto original há uma corda, um chicote longo, uma taça e um espelho com moldura dourada trabalhada. Uma linha bege contorna os elementos da foto. Também é possível ver o logotipo do Chicotadas (a silhueta de um chicote posicionado para lembrar o formato de uma onda sonora) e o título do episódio (Episódio #38 – No Bar da Masmorra #04: Sereia/Dom Gustavo). Minutagens: 2m20s Introdução do episódio 6m20s Início do papo, direito de resposta (tala/cane) e apresentação da convidada 11m50s Como descobriu o BDSM? Nick, comunidade leather, bandanas (hanky code) 18m Iniciação e mentoria, iniciantes, fantasia e realidade, estudos 23m40s “Menu sereia”, práticas favoritas, práticas sádicas e lúdicas 28m15s Pausa para comerciais: nosso Apoia.se: https://apoia.se/chicotadas 30m35s Criação de comunidades: Goiânia, função da comunidade, processo para encontrar/criar, benefícios da internet, pessoas isoladas, melhores e piores abordagens. Citados: coulrofilia, looning/looner, ballbusting, cbt (cock and ball torture), munch. 43m Um momento memorável da jornada 45m20s Queda de ficha de que era fetichista e primeiras experiências Aviso de gatilho de acidente/lesão de nervo: 48m22s-49m20s 49m20s Uma vivência importante – Darkroom da Sra Storm: https://email@example.com https://www.instagram.com/eu_srastorm/ 52m15s Cinto de castidade 57m15s Um arrependimento 59m30s Conselho pra si mesma iniciante, o que é fetiche? 1h03m47s Perguntas bate-bola. Flogger, equipamento que não sabiam o nome: cane rattan/baqueta de varetas de bambu, bullwhip/whipping, Halloween. 1h10m10s Nossas Chicotadas: - Instagram e Tiktok @therapyjeff - Série Netflix “Inside Man” - Comics/filme “Tom of Finland” - Documentário "Mr. Leather", de Daniel Nolasco (Mubi/Now/Canal Brasil) - Série Star+ “Pose” - Série HBO Max “And Just Like That” 1h14m25s Redes e projetos Projetos BDSM Goiânia e Shibari Goiânia (fale com Hugo/Sereia no insta) Links: https://linktr.ee/domgustavo Textos no Medium: https://medium.com/@domgustavo 1h17m22s Encerramento, agradecimentos e aftercare Envie sua dúvida ou feedback de forma anônima (ou não) pelo formulário! https://forms.gle/x3HUheP52BkALn989 Envie um áudio pra gente (clica em “Message”): https://anchor.fm/chicotadas // https://www.instagram.com/chicotadaspodcast/ / https://twitter.com/chicotadascast / firstname.lastname@example.org / https://linktr.ee/chicotadas
Carmen LaBerge encourages us to not be satisfied with surface thinking, but to think about how systems work, how they are broken, and how we can bring healing, not just to the system, but to people. Apologist Mary Jo Sharp, producer of the "Darkroom Faith" videos, talks about how we need to be willing to find people, including your youth, in their dark places and in their struggles that lead to faith crises, and help them heal through a redemptive, Biblical worldview. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
In this episode, I show how to get started printing color prints from color negatives in the darkroom using a standard black and white enlarger with color printing filters, Fuji Crystal paper and RA4 color chemistry.
Author Dustin Cole joins the podcast to talk about Bolaño, Borges, and his forthcoming novel Run the Bead. And listen to the After Dark episode for Patreon subscribers at: patreon.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/DustinC74706412 twitter.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/bradkelly twitter.com/kautzmania […]
Our investigators flee the basement and end up finding the dark room to develop the film. Welcome To Call of Cthulhu: Mythos Mysteries, Join us as we delve into the mystery and madness of the Call Of Cthulhu! So many amazing stories to share. Come Chat with us and keep up to date on all our content at: Twitter: @CallMythos Discord: https://discord.gg/UTaaFQ7C6q Email: Allmightycrit@Gmail.com Patreon: Call Of Cthulhu: Mythos Mysteries | Making the Podcast CoC: Mythos Mysteries | Patreon National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 **Check Out Fan Roll Dice and Save 10% Off! www.fanrolldice.com Promo Code: ALLMIGHTYC10 **Check Out This Site And Save 10% Off Your Purchase Of Switch Accessories** nyxigaming.com Promo Code: LOZLORE Check Out Our Merch: https://www.fumbling4store.com/ All sound effects and BGM were created and belong to the respective parties below: Sonniss.com Monument Studios Check them out at: https://www.monumentstudios.net/ Tune Pocket: https://www.tunepocket.com/ Song: Endgame Artist: DOCTOR VOX Direct Download: http://bit.ly/Endgame_Download https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's time for an all-Image Comics main line episode! Find the guys @TLDR_pod (IG/Twitter), @Fry_Guy1 (Twitter) and @BackCrackah (IG/Twitter) and with the rest of the #DORK shared GUniverse on Facebook. TLDR is now on YouTube and TikTok, too!
An absolutely packed episode featuring the following — In or Out: Burrata, a new aesthetic called Darkroom-core, some high-fashion English football kits ahead of the new season, our mansplaining of Girl Dinners, and more. We also answered a ton of listener questions on the back-end of the episode including how to dress at The Grand Hotel, Barrett's Tom Ford tuxedo experience, Black Tie Dos and Don'ts, carry-on essentials, European travel visas, vacation mementos, and more. Subscribe to the Sunday Scaries newsletter: willdefries.substack.com Shop the Sunday Scaries Scented Candles: www.vellabox.com/sundayscaries Watch all Retail Therapy episodes on YouTube: www.youtube.com/sundayscariespodcast Support This Week's Sponsors Squarespace: www.squarespace.com/scaries (SCARIES for 10% off) Follow Along Retail Therapy on Instagram: www.instagram.com/retail.pod Will deFries on Twitter: www.twitter.com/willdefries Will deFries on Instagram: www.instagram.com/willdefries Barrett Dudley on Twitter: www.twitter.com/barrettdudley Barrett Dudley on Instagram: www.instagram.com/barrettdudley Credits Podcast artwork by Alfonso Ruiz and Tristan Pigott All music by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Author J.L. Mackey joins the pod to talk Johnny Cash, amphetamines, the state of country music, indie publishing, and more. And listen to the After Dark episode for Patreon subscribers at: patreon.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/based_fyodor Mackey's AoD Country Playlist Killdozer: the Musical – An Unreasonable Playlist twitter.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/bradkelly twitter.com/kautzmania […]
This week, Juliet and Jacoby discuss a new NYC delivery law, share their thoughts on the ethics of children drinking nonalcoholic beer, and break down an Illinois alcohol heist. For this week's Taste Test, they don their blindfolds to see whether they can spot the difference between ice cream and gelato. Finally, they close the show by sharing their Personal Food News and reacting to a listener-submitted voicemail. Do you have Personal Food News? We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail at 646-783-9138 or email ListenerFoodNews@Gmail.com for a chance to have your news shared on the show. Hosts: Juliet Litman and David Jacoby Producer: Mike Wargon Musical Elements: Devon Renaldo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In our 100th episode, disgraced propagandist and host of the Carousel Podcast Isaac Simpson joins the show to talk about the life and work of Charles Bukowski, as well as his favorite authors. And listen to the After Dark episode for Patreon subscribers at: patreon.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/DisgracedProp twitter.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/bradkelly twitter.com/kautzmania https://youtu.be/QpcFGWer7KI
Today I discuss how we often get distracted by the world around us. We live in a “noisy” world, making it hard for us to just sit and be. Oftentimes that noise distracts us from being present to our purpose in this world–what we were put on this earth to do. I encourage you to go to that dark room, take the time to remove yourself from all the noise, and just sit with your thoughts to consider what you truly want and what your life's purpose is. Here's to another day of living intentionally.Caitlin
I'm Glad I'm not me is back, , Darkroom out of business, LRG Photo Show, Chico Stix x Brian Lotti, GX 1000 Mexico, Sk8Mafia Mini Board, our BATB 13 Bracket Update, BATB 13 Nick Holt vs Gustavo Ribeiro & Patrick Praman vs Tyler Peterson, How PJ Ladd played SKATE growing up, Patrick Praman Pro for Real Skateboards, HUF Finer things Collection featuring Jeron, X-games Real Street Rincon, Girl in OZ Tour Video, Vans Rowley & Lizzie Low, Vans Vault Series HalfCab, Golden Goose Footwear and Rune Glifberg, This Old Ledge: Embarcadero, Henry Sanchez Tim and Henry's Pack of Lies, Jamie Thomas New Shoe Company War Saw XLT, Bjarne OG Gabriel and much more! Timestamps 00:00:00 Start 00:00:10 Crob's Sunburn 00:02:55 Show Rundown 00:05:00 I'm Glad I'm not me 00:09:00 Beaver Flemming 00:11:00 Darkroom out of business 00:16:00 LRG Photo Show 00:17:00 Chris's Rodney Mullen Impression recap 00:18:36 Chico Stix x Brian Lotti 00:24:00 GX 1000 Mexico 00:33:13 Sk8Mafia Mini Board ft Taylor Dewitt, Stephen Lawyer, Dylan Jaeb, Wes Kremer, Alexis Ramirez 00:40:00 BATB 13 Bracket Update 00:41:34 BATB 13 Nick Holt vs Gustavo Ribeiro 00:47:00 BATB 13 Patrick Praman vs Tyler Peterson 00:57:00 How PJ Ladd played SKATE growing up 01:04:00 Patrick Praman Pro for Real Skateboards 01:13:25 Favorite Transworld Era 01:17:51 HUF Finer things Collection featuring Jeron, BTS Experience 01:25:00 X-games Real Street Rincon 01:30:00 X-games Flags us 01:35:00 Girl in OZ Tour Video 01:42:00 Vans Rowley and Lizzie Hi and Low 01:48:43 Vans Vault Series HalfCab 01:53:00 Golden Goose Footwear and Rune Glifberg 02:08:00 Instagrams PJ Ladd, Giorgi Armani, Morgan Smith 02:24:00 This Old Ledge: Embarcadero 02:33:00 Henry Sanchez Tim and Henry's Pack of Lies 02:38:00 Jamie Thomas New Shoe Company War Saw 02:46:00 Bjarne OG Gabriel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#70. Lucas DiPietrantonio and Jackson Corey, co-founders of Darkroom, join the podcast. DiPietrantonio and Corey discuss their three-year roadmap, which includes building their own educational resource, Darkroom University. They also delve into their unique perspective as entrepreneurs and investors, their focus on customer satisfaction and bottom-line results, and their proprietary framework for assessing and diagnosing businesses' growth challenges. They stress the need for long-term partnerships and the importance of a strong product-market fit and continuous improvement.Darkroom Links: https://www.darkroomagency.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jcorey/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucasdipietrantonio/Startup Savant Links: https://startupsavant.com/podcasthttps://www.youtube.com/@StartupSavantPodcast/https://www.instagram.com/startupsavantpodcast/https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-savant/
Welcome to the Outdoor Biz Episode 393 with Todd Lawson. Todd Lawson believes in passion, diversity, and the search for freedom outside. He's an avid world traveler, husband, brother, father, son, writer, photographer, creator, storyteller, mountain athlete, humanitarian, adventure-seeker, and lover of life and all its wonderful ways. Todd is the publisher, producer, and photo editor at Mountain Life Media, Founder and CEO of RISE Outdoor Innovation Inc., and Co-Founder of the Rise and Sean Foundation. His first book, Inside the Belly of an Elephant, launches October 03, 2023. He lives in Whistler, British Columbia. Facebook Twitter Instagram The Outdoor Biz Podcast Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Sign up for my Newsletter HERE. I'd love to hear your feedback about the show! You can contact me here: email: email@example.com Or leave me a message on Speakpipe! Brought to you by Show Notes What was the adventure or outdoor experience that sparked you to work in the Outdoor Biz? Wow, that's a good banger to start with. I guess for me, it was probably when I did my first travel, and I got my first taste of a real culture shock. I flew from Darwin, Australia to East Timor, and that was back when it wasn't its own country as part of Indonesia. And then that just kind of hit me hard, and it was just like so awesome and so amazingly invigorating all at the same time and a bit scary. And it was just like, I was like, you know, 21 years old and, but that planted the seed of travel, which has been with me for the rest of, you know, for the rest of my life so far. And photography and storytelling, how did those come into your life? Yeah, so I was kind of at a crux in my life where I wanted to change what I was doing. I used to be a golf professional. Actually, I was a member of the Canadian Professional Golf Association. It was great because it was kind of one of those sports that you don't really, or careers that you don't really associate with the outdoors necessarily, but it kind of totally is. You're out there outside all the time. It kind of wasn't doing enough for my soul. Always when I traveled, I took photographs, you know, I had a little point and shoot, and then someone was looking at my photos, and they're like, oh, your, your photos are pretty good. They're like, way better than the normal stuff that we see from someone's travels or whatever. I was like, oh, thanks. And it kind of got the wheels spinning. So I enrolled in this program in Victoria, BC. It was called the Western Academy of Photography. It was like one of those 10-month intensive courses, and I was single at the time, and it was like, I'm a Pisces and apparently were creative. And before then, I didn't really have, there was no creative outlet for me, aside from maybe golf or whatever. But then when I got into photography, that was just like, it, I was bit, I was in, I was shooting every single day and just like shooting, and that's when we were like, this is back in early 2000, still Darkroom days. The dark room was open till midnight. We could go in there and just make our own prints and stuff. It was pretty cool. So I just let it go. Your bio says you believe in passion, diversity, and the search for freedom outside. I'm most curious about freedom outside. Tell us what inspires you about freedom outside. The freedom really comes from my brother, cuz he was such a, he wasn't your typical traveler. Like he was the kind of guy that would get in the rickshaw and tell Robert to sit down, and he was gonna take the rickshaw for a while, and then he would take the dude out for lunch. So he was that kind of guy, and he was just, he really like, as cliche as it sounds, he really did live like full on. He lived each moment like it was his last almost, and he was just like one of those full-on guys. So that came over into me. You are a busy guy, tell us about RISE Outdoor Innovation Inc. That is another labor of love. Um, so one day, I was. On an annual paddle trip, a bunch of us, 20 plus, maybe 30 of us that year, uh, on a paddle trip down the Thompson River here. So we carry all our camping gear and have a great old time. And you know how it goes, you're camping with your spouse, got the chores to do, and it was my chore to take down camp that day. So I had to deflate the mattresses, you kneel on it, and then you lay on it, and you fold it up, and then you roll it again, and you do that, and then you find the stuff sack. If you can find the stuff sack and put it in there, then take the tent down. It was kind of raining, and I was a little bit hungover to be honest. And you know, you're kind of swallowed in all these like mountains of fabric trying to stuff things in StuffSack. And I was like; there's gotta be another way. This idea was in my mind to create a better mouse trap. And this idea wouldn't go away, so I started to act on it. I'm trying to bring the world the first rapid inflatable and inflatable outdoor sleep system with an integrated mattress. So everything is just taking away the hassle of setting up and taking down a tent. Because it takes approximately 18 to 30 minutes, depending on how well you even know your gear. To get the tent out, blow up the mattress, and get everything ready. Yeah. And I hope to, you know, it's based on avalanche airbag technology. Oh, interesting. So I'm gonna trademark the term 'push-button-pitch'. So you push a button, and it's gonna inflate in a few seconds, minute, I dunno. So I'm deep in the prototyping stage right now, bootstrapping my own brand, trying to build the brand, just trying to build some community. Let's talk about the Rise and Sean Foundation. I love the outdoor field trips concept. What's Rise and Sean? Sean was my brother's name. So when Christina and I came back from our first major trip to Latin America, There was an incredible outpouring of help from people who help you daily. And there's no way in hell that you could, you know, pay everyone back or do something in return. So because my brother loved to travel and he loved kids. He didn't have kids, but he loved kids, and he loved to like goof around with them when he was traveling. So we're like, what can we do that would be educational but travel based? What we started back then was called the Sean Lawson Young Travelers Foundation, which is a bit of a mouthful. So what we do is we take kids from developing nations on extended Outdoor, Educationally based field trips where we take between 10 and 30 kids. We take teachers sometimes, principals, cooks, and bus drivers and take them off on an adventure and a road trip within their own country so they can see what it is like to travel and learn from travel. What travel does to your mind, your heart, and your soul. We've done three of them now. They're, they're always such a, like, mind-blowing success from, from the minds of these kids. Every kid has a, has a dream, right? Every kid should reserve the right to dream, have that dream, and be able to Dream. We just want to kind of fund and facilitate that and give them that spark to let 'em know that, you know, there is life beyond your village. And Mountain Life Media, you produce and publish a lot of content. How did that get started? I couldn't be more grateful for what that's provided to my life, just in general. But what we do, our whole motto and our tagline is connecting with people from all walks of life to the magic of the mountains. And mountain Life was started 20 years ago by my business partner Glenn Harris. It's been pretty cool to see what we've grown. We've been able to do this in the media landscape in Canada mainly. And, you know, in print, we've got a really successful formula in the sense that we have a regional model where we concentrate our entire distribution, editorial, stories, and photography into a hundred-kilometer region zone or radius. And it's free. It's been pretty cool to see what we've been able to do in the media landscape in Canada, mainly. We've grown, and we've prospered, and we've thrived, and we've gone through the ups and the downs and all that stuff. But Our mountain lifers, as we call 'em, the people that pick up mountain life every time, we're very lucky to have a 99% pickup rate. So because the magazine is free, we recycle any mags, and we just hold back 1% for marketing and mailouts and stuff like that. So, the demand is there, and it's always been there, and the demand has been there for 20 years. How about future Adventures? What exciting places are you going? The thing that was the biggest pain in the ass about this trip was the logistics. We had to ship our bikes from Vancouver to Dublin we actually shipped them on the plane, and that was pretty cool. It was expensive, but they were like right there when we arrived kind of thing. So then when we came back, our end point on this journey was Portugal and Lisbon. So, again, we had to go through that same nightmare. It's more expensive to ship things from Ireland to North America, so that was a more expensive bet. But they are almost in a container ship, and they'll be here in hopefully sometime in July. They take a long time. But as, yeah, so as for the next trip, we're like, well, we're never doing that again. The nice thing about being in North America is that you can point your wheels south and pretty much go as far as you want. Do you have any suggestions and/or advice for folks wanting to get into creative work? My motto in life is, go for it. So I would just say, look for an internship somewhere that you can be exposed to something every single day. The beautiful thing about photography and digital photography now is that you can shoot as much as you want. There's no like paying for film and developing like it was back in our day; it was like 20 bucks a roll or whatever. So you spend a lot of time editing behind the computer. I would just say find someone you want to mentor you and just like ask questions. Ask questions, ask as many questions as you can, and just act, just do. Just go out there and do it. If you were able to hang a huge banner at the front of one of the tradeshows, what would it say? Live it up. That's our mountain life tagline. Don't take life too seriously. Do what you wanna do. Do it well, share it with friends, and have a cold one after that. Do you have any daily routines you have to keep your sanity and health, like meditation, exercise, walking the dog, etc? It's my 20 20 20 routine in the morning. So I'll do 20 minutes of body weight exercises. Twenty minutes of yoga and 20 minutes of meditation. And then I also do 20 minutes of reading, so that happens before I even check my smartphone. I try to do that, it's not every day, but that's what I try. Like you said, that kind of keeps me focused, gets me ready and keeps me in shape, and keeps everything going. Do you have any favorite books or books you give as gifts? My favorite book of all time is called Jupiter's Travels. That's a book written by Ted Simon. He wasn't the first to ride his motorcycle around the world, but he was probably the first to write a really good, serious book on it. And that was a big motivation. In my life and, to continue on with these, these big motorcycle epics cuz he went around the world. What is your favorite outdoor gear purchase under $100? I have two. One of them is like a Stanley one-click mug. So you just click the button and drink hot, cold beverages. It's just like that thing has been with me for so many places. And the second one is a duct-tape-wrapped Bic lighter. If I'm going away on a trip with six guys, six people, or ten people or whatever, I'll buy 10 Bic lighters. And I'll pop 'em all in a bunch of duct tape. So that if you ever need duct tape, you can have it. And you also have the lighter, which also helps you not lose your lighter so much. Cause it's kinda got that grip on it, Is there anything else you want to say or ask of our audience? I would love your support in checking out my book, Inside the Belly of an Elephant. If you're into the outdoors and outdoor life, check out Mountain Life Media, mountainlifemedia.ca, and @MountainLifeMedia on all the socials.