Remotely Interested Podcast (RIP) 001 – Released!

The Remotely Interested Podcast (RIP) has arrived!

From now on, this listener supported show will be released every Tuesday.  Supporting it is easy.  Click on the Amazon links featured in the write up of each podcast, click on the Google Ads floating around the pages of remotely-interested.com, or contact us directly about being a sponsor of the show (contact@remotely-interested.com). iTunes will be a subscription destination in the near future.

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What’s The Podcast About?

Adam P. Spring continues to work in technology driven markets all over the world. His Remotely Interested Podcast (RIP) is a show about people, technology and the ever changing nature of digitally driven communities. It features interviews with guests from all walks of life, for example, digital animators and thought leaders.

Adam P. Spring outside the offices of Second Life. He still prefers the first life just fine.

Adam P. Spring outside the offices of Second Life.

The Remotely Interested Podcast is released every Tuesday. Interviews are normally split into two parts and both will last circa 30 minutes. Guests end the show by giving recommended sources, such as a website or a book, for listeners to go away and explore. All episodes are listener supported and are featured at remotely-interested.com. Links to resources are included on the podcast page.

Greg Dykstra of Pixar Animation Studios, Emeryville, California.

Greg Dykstra of Pixar Animation Studios, Emeryville, California. The dinosaur skull in the photo gives some insight into part 2 of his interview. Photo taken by Cherri Dykstra.

Greg Dykstra

Greg Dykstra is part of the character design process at Pixar Animation Studios, California. His sculptures in clay help build the worlds seen in films like Finding Nemo and Up. Other credits include Ghostbusters II, Robocop 2 and The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Before working at Pixar, Greg had also worked on films like Ghostbusters II, Robocop 2 and Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas

Before going to Pixar, Greg had also worked on films like Ghostbusters II, Robocop 2 and Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Part 1 of the Greg Dykstra interview discusses life at Pixar. It also touches upon key people in the discipline of computer science, such as Ed Catmull. Greg was quick to point out that this founder of Pixar, and President at Disney, had recently written a book called Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration.

stickerobot.com is a direct sponsor of the show. Past clients include Google, Facebook and Hot Wheels.

Stickerobot.com is a direct sponsor of the show.

Support The Show

At this time, the Remotely Interested Podcast is supported by its listeners through direct and indirect advertising, as well as a crowdfunding campaign at Patreon. California based stickerobot.com is a direct sponsor of the show. Their client portfolio includes Google, Facebook and Hot Wheels.

Click on the image above to visit the Sticky Information blog post, which first discussed stickerobot.com

Click on the image above to visit the Sticky Information blog post, which first discussed stickerobot.com

Content Generation

Increased support for the podcast will ensure that more content gets released more frequently. All listener support goes toward better equipment, more widespread distribution and other releases like instructional videos and video interviews. It is a podcast looking to better understand technology through what matters most – people!

 

Adam P. Spring has always had a knack for generating meaningful content. Supporting the show helps this process further.

Adam P. Spring has always had a knack for generating meaningful content. Supporting the show will enable him to continue to do so on a more frequent, as well as wide reaching, basis.

 

 

 

 

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