The Creativity Podcast with Physics Anonymous

If you haven’t heard, Max Maker and I have been doing an audio publication called The Creativity Podcast: Where Art & Engineering collide. It’s been a lot of fun, and this week we got to interview Mike and Ryan from Physics anonymous.

The podcast was especially fun for me, as I was going to be in Orlando where they both live for a Maker Faire, and did the interview with them live. So be sure to check it out via the link above, or you can find the podcast here on iTunes!

Check out their latest “Pumpkannon” build below:

The Creativity Podcast: Where Art and Engineering Collide

Since I’m apparently not busy enough with various writing assignments, YouTube, and traveling, I’m now doing a Podcast with Max Maker called The Creativity Podcast. It’s been a lot of fun so far, and I find it quite entertaining to listed to, even though I can definitely see some room for improvement in myself. It’s not like YouTube where you can record something over and over until you get it right into an acceptable format.

The podcast is about ourselves, and our experience making stuff, inspiration, and really, whatever comes up. As you can see from the image above, we’re on episode 2, where we feature a guest, Steven Richter, who made an amazing Jumanji board that can be seen here. I’d invite you to check it out, and see where it goes!

“Mid-Year” Blogging Update

So now that it is firmly into August, I thought it’d be a good time to update where the “media empire” is going. As you’ve probably noticed, my posts here have slowed down quite a bit in the last few years, substituted by a lot or writing for other sites (just search “Jeremy S. Cook” to see what comes up, or see my prortfolio here) as well as a renewed focus on YouTube videos.

Regardless of that, as of this writing, has to date received just shy of 1.2 million pageviews, and the Jeremy S. Cook YouTube channel just received both its millionth view, and thousandth subscriber! While I’ve improved both in presentation ability and stats, this is still quite minuscule compared to bigger YouTube channels, so I have a long way to go.

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