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03 MARCH 2014

This American Life: Ira Glass on good taste and making good work

Kinetic type interpretation of "Ira Glass on Storytelling, part 3 of 4" by David Shiyang Liu.

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2009advice for studentsAfter Effects • artful elegance • beginners • craftsmanship • creative beginnings • creative potentialcreative skillscreative visioncreative work • encouragement • encouraging advice • expressive repertoiregood tasteindividual experience • Ira Glass • kinetic type • kinetic typographylong-term successmasterymotion graphicsmotion typeperseverance • personal ambition • personal taste • public radio • Public Radio International (PRI) • quit • radio production • radio show • sage advice • skilful masteryskill • skill-building • skilled behaviourskillful copingtaste (sociology) • This American Life (radio show) • visual interpretationwriting tips

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Simon Perkins
26 NOVEMBER 2012

The Minister of Chance: a crowdfunded audio science fiction series

"The Minister of Chance is an audio Science Fiction Fantasy series in the tradition of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and the best in radiophonics. It's free, and you get it by subscribing to the podcast.

The series is entirely funded by its listeners. We have very small budgets, and absolutely no money for publicity – which is why you haven't heard about it til now. You can help by telling everyone you know on Twitter, Facebook, your blog, any Sci–Fi or fantasy sites, reviewers you know, your mum...."

(Clare Eden, MoC Executive Producer)

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2012 • Athene Hyde • audience-distributionaudio drama • auditory science fiction • Bruce Collingwood • Chris Mock • Clare Eden • commissioning process • crowdfundingcrowdsourcing • Dan Freeman • Dan Hunt • Doctor Whodrama series • Eloise Whitmore • fantasy • fantasy series • free cultureJed Brophy • Jenny Agutter • Julian Wadham • Karl Philips • Kate Cornish • Keelan Gumbley • Lauren Crace • low budget • Margrethe Nandrup-Pettersen • Mark Lewis • MoC • open distribution • Paul Darrow • Paul McGann • podcastradioradio drama • radio series • radio show • radiophonic series • sci-fiscience fiction • science fiction fantasy series • Simon Dixon • Sylvester McCoy • The Minister of Chance • Thomas Moulton • Violet Lavinia Brown

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Simon Perkins
03 MAY 2012

Sandra Mardin's Lofidelica

"Lofidelica is a personal blog that I've been running since 2005, initially via blogspot and later migrated to tumblr. In the beginnings, I used the blog to post weekly playlists, reviews and posts related to my radio shows at Kanal 103 in Skopje, Macedonia. Thus, you're likely to stumble across some playlists in the archives of this blog (10/2009–10/2010). The radio show stopped running in 2010 after I moved to the UK.

Today, I use the blog to assemble my writing and projects across different platforms, as an online portfolio. Besides music, I also blog and reblog anything that interests me in culture, design, semiotics, trends, insight, advertising, research etc."

(Sandra Mardin)

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2005 • advertising blogging • blog • blog to assemble • blogger • Blogspot • design bloggingephemera • interests me in culture • Kanal 103 • Lofidelica • Macedonia • music blogging • music reviews • online portfoliopersonal blogplaylistradio showreblog • research blogging • semiotics • Skopje • trendsTumblrUK

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Simon Perkins
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