Olivia Snyder talks about her pottery innovations, as well as her experience running (and expanding) TheLab.ms makerspace through a pandemic.
Matthew from DIY Perks talks about his year, a cob house that he built, YouTube, and much more!
Matt also told us about his accent, and he taught us about the Foot-Strut Split. You can hear all about Matt’s accent at 2:50 in the second video!
Jasmine from Tindie and Kenny from Cloudfree (Tasmota IoT devides) stop by to discuss the intricacies of selling and shipping custom electronics on the Internet!
I need to write a paragraph or two about my friend Tommy here, but I also want to publish this before I forget.
On this episode, we interviewed prolific maker and CNC enthusiast Winston Moy. I was particularly excited about this interview. Winston works for Carbide 3D, the creators of the Shapeoko and Nomad CNC machines.
I am a happy Shapeoko XXL owner. It may not be Winston’s fault that I chose the Shapeoko over its competitors, but I did binge watch all of Winston’s YouTube content after ordering my Shapeoko. Winston’s videos were invaluable, and I know I wouldn’t have been as successful cutting my FPV miniquad frames so quickly without his guidance.
Max Maker talks about running a small business in Germany, and Jeremy reveals his Florida Man credentials. We also discuss how RVs (caravans) relate to Knight Rider, which relates to Hulk Hogan (who may himself be the original Florida Man).
This was our first ever live stream on The Creativity Podcast. We had plenty of glitches, but we both agree that it went better than we ever expected. We talked to Brian Moses about his 2020 DIY NAS, we talked to Taylor about his extreme difficulties with his Glowforge laser cutter, and your hosts Jeremy Cook and Pat Regan chatted about CNC, 3D printing, and electronics projects.
On this episode of The Creativity Podcast, we interviewed Chad Dowdell. Chad is a maker, an art teacher, and a laser enthusiast.
We talked with Chad about his Etsy store, his X-Carve CNC router, and his “black and red” laser cutter from an unknown manufacturer in China.
Chad is excited about what he’s doing, and it really shows. We had a great time talking to him, and we think you’re really going to enjoy this episode of The Creativity Podcast!
After a number of solo episodes with excellent guests, but no secondary source of commentary, please welcome Pat Regan as the new co-host of the show. Pat’s a prolific maker, quadcopter aficionado, electric unicycle rider, and (for now) early retiree. He promises to add a bit of “Pennsylvania Texan” flair to the show!
Hand drawing is an art that many of us forget as we grow into adults. In this episode of The Creativity Podcast, Becky Stern talks about some of the techniques and thought process behind hand drawing. We also touch on her other pursuits, how I am now a Mac person, but not a motorcyclist, and more!
Ezra Spencer from [The Mixed Signal] joins us to talk about his amazing Arduino MIDI sound machines, and how you too can use MIDI with Arduino.
[Surrogate.tv][sgtv] allows you to play REAL games remotely through your browser. Stan Dmitriev from [Surrogate.tv][sgtv] talks about how they pull off this incredible feat, and how soon YOU can too with their SurroRTG platform. Exciting stuff, and I personally can’t wait to delve into it, as my ~20 other projects-in-progress.
In this episode, we talk getting started with FPV drones, like the TinyHawk, and other quadcopters made by DJI and the like. We discuss the best drone setups for starting out, whether you should go FPV immediately, and potential legal issues.
Mike and Ryan share their new business plans and tease their new knife.
In this episode we discuss Dave Darko’s hacking exploits, including his Lameboy and Fameboy, and even RFID waterskiing! We also discuss his apparent penchant for eating copious amounts of mashed potatoes. Enjoy!
James has an amazing workfow. He publishes several videos per month while designig, building and testing his DIY robot creations all while even editing his videos!
Matthew from DIY Perks had his first Podcast recording ever! We discuss our favorite tools and sources of inspiration. Matthew also shares his latest video with us. It was great having him!
This is a special COVID-19 episode that is not different in any way from our regular episodes. Enjoy!
Jeremy and I share our plans for the next year, upcoming projects, favourite tools and new equipment purchases. Enjoy!
Steve and Alix tell us how they decided to do things differently by building a wooden ship and living their dream. Great guys and big dreams. Enjoy!
- 0:00 - Intro
- 2:43 - What powers this boat? Is it a sailboat?
- 3:53 - You guys are starting from scratch. Neither of you have ever sailed before?
- 10:50 - The community is really getting together to help build the ship!
- 14:15 - Are you guys married? Do either of you have kids?
- 15:17 - Why did you decide to build this exact type of ship?
- 17:52 - Do you get plans for a boat like this out a catalog?
- 28:46 - Was it difficult switching to full-time YouTube?!
- 31:28 - How was this boat-building projected pitched to you, Alix?
- 43:41 - How do we support Acorn to Arabella?
- 47:48 - What have been working on? (besides the boat!?)
- 56:33 - What do you do when The Discovery Channel calls?
- 59:53 - What’s Max Maker working on?
- 1:00:14 - What’s Jeremy Cook working on? (ClearCrawler)
Becky is an avid maker of all things from woodworking to electonics and beyond! We had a lively discussion about electronics, pranking your neighbours, dogs, cosplay, and working for instructables. Don´t miss out on this one!
Daniel Jansson from Switch & Lever went to China to source parts for the Maker Knife. He went to Shenzen a city full of manufacturers for absolutley anything. We also talk about our new year resolutions.
Have fun guys, and girls!
Christmas is a busy time, Jeremy and I have lots of stuff to discuss before the year ends!
This week, our guest is John Davis from three-ml.com. He setup his own company recently offering industrial grade addons for raspberry pi and we talk about making things and seting up a business.
This Week Jimmy Diresta joined us to celebrate our 1 year aniversary of The Creativity Podcast. This is a boat building special where we discuss all kinds of watersport topics, stories and techniques. Enjoy!
This week Jeremy shares his experience from New York Maker Faire 2018 and I talk about my new Workshop. Lots of cool updates and this is at least better than listenting to the radio for 50 minutes.
You can also listen on SoundCloud.
You can also listen on SoundCloud.
Steve Ramsey joined us this week and we talk about tools, woodworking videos and his new platform.
This week we are joined by the amazing artist Sam Battle from Look Mum No computer. He is is all about modular analaog synthesis and tells us what this actually means, because we had no idea, but we love his videos!
Peter Brown of Shop Time joined us to discuss a number of super interesting topics including cars, youtube, woodworking, resin, pancackes, trolls, making a living selling pens and the right work life balance. Super fun! Let us know who should be our next guest!!!
Will Smith is joining us this week who is the founder of FOO VR and a founding member of Tested. We discuss the latest trends in Virtual Reality, building hydrofoils and scifi movies from the 90s. Enjoy!
In this episode we have the fantastic Laura Kampf as our guest. We talk about her tiny house and how she got big on Youtube. Let us know if you have any topic or guest suggestions! Enjoy!
John is a very talented woodworker and we use this opportunity to discuss our passion for wood and things made out of wood.
This week Jeremy and I discuss our workshop layouts and favorite tools, as well as his recent roadtrip.
Andy George from How to Make Everything joins us to discuss what it takes to build what we have from scratch.
This weeks guest are Mike and Ryan from Physics Anonymous. We discuss, making videos, their lathe rebuild, how to get started as a maker, Nasa and many other cool topics.
This week we have the prop maker Steve Richter as our special guest. We discuss making youtube videos, our favourite movies, buying tools, and Jeremy’s Hurricane Irma experiences.
In this show we talk about our progress in the world of making as well as cool new projects like the Jumanji board by Steve Richter.
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