Looking Sideways Podcast
By Looking Sideways Podcast
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Conversations with smart people who do interesting things. Makers and maker culture, innovation and creativity, design, art, making stuff happen, technology and probably coffee too.
||11 – Mitch Altman||How to start a hackerspace, the zen of soldering, and the importance of doing what you love||25 6 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||10 — Ross Atkin||I talk with designer and engineer, Ross Atkin, about entropy, chaos, tidying up, and the internet of things.||28 5 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||9 — Christian Hambly||Finally, we take a sideways look at coffee, brew methods, and the law of diminishing returns||6 1 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||8 — Sarah Angliss||Sarah Angliss is a composer and performer, writer and historian, roboticist and maker of musical instruments and automata.||10 12 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||7 — Emma Rose Metcalfe||Emma Rose Metcalfe is the co-founder of How.Do, an app and platform that lets you share how to do things. We spoke about the user experience of sharing. How does sharing projects stop us from doing projects? How can we share collaborative experiences?||5 12 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||6 — Leila Johnston||I speak with Leila Johnston about play, sci-fi, Warhammer, consumerism and not knowing how to do stuff.||28 11 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||5 — Ivan Pope||I met up with Ivan Pope at his new makespace, Fabrivan, tucked away behind London Road, a low-rent shopping street on the edges of Brighton city centre. Fabrivan is Ivan’s latest experiment in future technology – a makespace designed to be accessible||6 10 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||4 — Chris Thorpe||In episode 4, I caught up with Chris Thorpe from Flexiscale, a small UK startup making 3D models of the great steam engines of the first industrial revolution. He filled me in on how they're testing new ways of manufacturing,||10 6 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||3 — Brendan Dawes||I talk with Brendan Dawes: designer and maker, and self-confessed 'filler-in of rectangles'.||17 5 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||2 — Jude Pullen||I talk with Jude Pullen, creator of the Design Modelling website||2 5 13||Free||View In iTunes|