20 May 2022
2nd season, covid, dr. peter chin-hong, infectious disease expert, professor of medicine, second season, ucsf
This week, we're kicking off the second season of How This Works. Cue the fanfare.
20 April 2022
2nd season, second season, update
After much ado, we're in planning mode for our second season. Just gonna roll up these sleeves...
Even though we saw almost 10,000 downloads, we're going to do things a little differently for this go-around number two. Dropping episodes weekly was more effort than we had thought it would be 😅 so we'll release episodes every couple of weeks. We're looking to chat again with Dr. Peter Chin Hong — PCH — from UCSF among others. Potential topics could include Ukraine-Russia, wine making, solar panels, life after death, Bigfoot, long haul truck drivers, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and nonfungible tokens.
Thank you for your continued support. Look for the new episodes to begin dropping a few weeks from now.
16 June 2021
announcement, end of first season, summer
After a full first season, we're taking the summer off for planning and prepping for the second season. Thank you everyone for listening and suggesting the podcast to so many people!
Let us know if you have any questions or guest suggestions for the second season.
Please be safe. And we'll talk again in a few months.
30 May 2021
artist, el recuerdo, photographer, sarah sudhoff
Ahead of tomorrow's episode with Sarah Sudhoff, take a look at her newest show, El Recuerdo — we'll talk about it in more depth during the episode of the podcast.
Get into the digital artifacts at: https://sarahsudhoff.com/el-recuerdo.
Sarah will be doing an artist talk on this show 6pm CT this coming Thursday, June 3 at:
Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art
3465 B W Alabama Houston, TX 77027 (map)
The show is available for in-person viewing at NLFA until June 26.
And for those in the U.S., it's Memorial Day today, a day to honor service men and women who are no longer with us. 🙏
26 April 2021
cat clemons iii, divide, pat byrne, selena rosanbalm
Tomorrow, we're replaying an episode with musician Selena Rosanbalm. It was in our conversation with her that we first wondered what a mastering engineer does and we found Piper Payne, the guest on last week's show.
19 April 2021
apple, music business, piper payne, royalties, spotify
Ahead of our episode tomorrow with Piper Payne, where we talk all sorts of topics including artists' royalties, we wanted to highlight something with Apple Music announcing that they pay double what Spotify and other services do — for the songs we love and whose artist's work we want to support. It's eye opening, for sure.