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.”

Episodes Hosted By Jason van Gumster

Nodevember with Jonas Dichelle and Luca Rood HDRI Haven (and friends) with Greg Zaal Design and User Experience with Máirín Duffy Community and Photography with Pat David Open Source Ecology with Marcin Jakubowski Making Things to Make Things BlenderNPR Follow-Up with Bong Wee Kwong and Miguel Pozo All about BlenderNPR with Lee Posey Learning How Open Source Works Catching Up The Podcast Is Coming Back! Conferences Are a Good Thing™ File Formats and Vendor Lock-in The Hunt for a Mind Mapper How I Write with Open Source Tools What's in a Name? "The Industry" Doesn't Exist Passionocracy? No, but Seriously Blender Buys Autodesk License ZING! Open Source Software Is Not a Public Service The Website Lives! Keeping Your Project Data Safe Let's Talk about Social Media The Making of a Podcast Defeating Comparisonitis How Not to Discuss New Releases How to Make a Living as an Open Source Creative The Open Content Question, Part One 2017 Goals Making Time Requesting Features Do You Have a Medium? Me Me Me Lost Episode: The Argh of Paid Traffic Blender Conference 2016 (I’m back!) On Selfishness Let's Talk Spec Idiots and Hypocrites: Used Digital Media Taking the Flipside Starting Is Easy... If You're Already Moving Open Source Program, Where Do You Fit? Know Your Audience Ooey Gooey UI Tutorial Monkey Button Junkie Blender Conference 2014 Collaborating: Plays Nice with Others The Blender Market and the "Dreaded" Commercialization of Open Source Tools Status Report, the first! Wherein Jason Rants… a lot Licensing and Crowdfunding The Daily Creative Use Version Control! The Pilot, Why Use Open Source Software for Creative Work?