#43 Catching Up

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 2, 2020
And now the show is back! This is a little re-cap episode where I try to catch you up on all the interesting things that have happened since the last episode of the show. More importantly, however, I have questions for you. I’m not recording while driving anymore, so that opens us up to a world of possibilities.

Show Notes

Three years is a long time to wait between episodes. For anyone still subscribed to this show through your podcatcher (that’s still a thing, right?), thanks for sticking with me and not dropping me from your list. For those of you just now discovering this show on its relaunch, welcome to the party. You’ve got a strange, awkward host, but he talks about some pretty cool things. Stick around. This is going to be fun.

This episode is a catch-up episode. I get a bit rambly, but here’s a quick rundown of what I talk about in this show:

Also, I talked a little bit about the future of the show and what we can do with it. I’m not recording it while driving any longer. That means there are now things I can do that were either impossible or generally unsafe before. Things like live recording, video, and interviews (I’m definitely doing those). But, to do any of that, I kind of need to know your thoughts on the matter. What would you like to see on the show? Who should I interview? Are there shows were I should be a guest? Give me a shout and let me know your thoughts on the matter.

Also, should I bother with fixing the comments on this site?

Anyhow… the show’s back and I’m having fun. I’m looking forward to talking with you more.


Jason van Gumster

Jason van Gumster

“I make stuff. I make stuff up. On occasion, I stuff-up what I make. I don’t do much stuff with make-up… though I’m not above trying. I work in all kinds of media: words, animation, ink, coffee, wood, video. And, of course, I’m really passionate about open source and open content, so that’s what I talk about in this show. Books I’ve written and other creative experiments I’ve made can be seen on monsterjavaguns.com.”