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Historian and loudmouth Jason Scott shares stories of technology, retrocomputing, documentary filmmaking, and general schennanigans from his decades of travels and research. From experiences on the road while shooting documentaries to often-obscure points of order, Jason keeps a fast-moving pace and even he doesn't know where we're ending up at the end.
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Explore stories & systems to live better & work smarter with author, blogger, and digital marketing specialist, Jason Scott Montoya. Podcast episodes include inspirational people interviews, book discussions, listen-to-learn discussions, & blog reads from https://www.jasonscottmontoya.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sharelife/support
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Episode Type: Listen to Learn Welcome to a listen-to-learn episode of the Share Life podcast. I'm speaking with a former university professor and Canadian Christian, David Koyzis. David has been on the Share Life podcast to discuss his book Political Visions & Illusions and Russia's invasion of Ukraine. In this episode, we're talking about the valu…
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The Transcription and Summarization Episode: LLMs, Modems, Magic, Technology, Infinite Toys, Change, Promises, Reality, Tascam, Amiga, Manuals, Summarization, Weird But Tireless, Always a Revolution. Some quick thoughts on the world of LLMs as they start entering my life (and many others) from the point of view of a half century of technology.…
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The Bad Review Episode: 2 Stars Out of 5, Bad Cinematography and No Effort, The Timeline of the BBS Documentary, Choices Made, Experiences Lived, 10 to 15 Minutes, A Crew of One, The Unknown End, The Results, GET LAMP, Your Project's Future. A rumination on a 2/5 review I got in 2017 on Amazon for the BBS Documentary. Believe me, I'm quite sure the…
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Episode Type: Fireside Chat (Blog Reading)"We have a responsibility to move forward in our lives.In several seasons of life, I've found myself waiting for someone else to take the burden of responsibility from me and do what needed to be done. Part of 2010 was such a season, and after years in the business, I found myself waiting for the company to…
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The Appreciation For Spaces Episode: A Moment of Recognition, A Time of Containment, The Best Separation, Thanks to Sponsorship and Gifts, The Rooms I've Travelled, A Consistency of Inconsistency, A Moment For You. Perhaps a well-needed acknowledgement of the time of the moment where I have a lovely office to do my work and get things done. Thanks,…
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The Industrial Spaces Episode: Hurricane Electric, Ikea Paramus, Customers and Hybrid Customers, Beach Chairs, 19-Inch Racks, Content Delivery Networks, Approaches to Space and Cost, New York Conveyor Basements, Payments in Pain. And Mangoes. A rumination on a few industrial spaces I recently spent time in, as well as a greater and perhaps too-late…
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Episode Type: Fireside Chat (Blog Reading) When people see your need and offer to help or are in an official position to extend the request, you'll experience numerous folks seeking to help you. As you wonder how to reply and what to do. You have four options to consider. For the written blog post and links, click here. --- Support this podcast: ht…
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Episode Type: Fireside Chat (Blog Reading) This is an audio version (Fireside Chat) of my blog post here. A powerful way to discover the truth is to deeply challenge our own assumptions of what we believe, proactively seek out competing information and perspectives from the strongest people, groups, and institutions, and invite the strongest argume…
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The CLIVE Episode: Introduction To The CLIVE, Our High School Parents, Not Just a Salesman, Where Are They Sitting, Working With The CLIVE, Lessons and Learning, The Other End of Layoffs, Reading the Room, Thanks To The CLIVE, A Final Domain Gift. Memories and thoughts about THE CLIVE, the father of one of my high school friends, who was the best s…
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Episode Type: Listen to Learn In this ⁠Listen-to-Learn episode⁠ of ⁠the Share Life podcast⁠, I'm speaking with filmmaker and philanthropist, Issac Ingram. Issac and I are long-time friends, originally in a married small group together at ⁠Victory World Church.⁠ Issaca shares his journey of volunteering and mentoring in detention centers culminating…
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The Learning Process Episode: My Extreme Oscillation in Learning, Why I Learned The Way I Did, BBSes and Textfiles, Where This Worked, Fastest Temp, The Non-Threat of Failure, The Narrative, What Has Changed. A rumination on my personal learning process and where it has gotten better (or not) and why I think that it all worked out, ultimately.…
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Episode Type: Fireside Chat (Blog Reading) Episode Type: Fireside Chat (Blog Reading)When we become tyrannical, it's a signal that something is wrong. It's also an opportunity to grow.In this video reading, I share when I recognized this signal in myself after being reminded by a friend. If you'd prefer to read these reflections, you can do so here…
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The Time Bandits Episode: The Dutchess Mall, Movies 4, Suburbia Boring/Excellence, Chaotic Universe, Surpreme Being, Great Evil, Foundations, Portals of BBSes, Robbery of Textfiles, Before It's All Ruined. A short meditation on one of my favorite films, Time Bandits (1981) before a remake arrives. I have many movies that I enjoy, but this is a movi…
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Episode Type: Fireside Chat (Blog Reading) If you're arguing with someone quite different than you (who does not share your stories and values) about facts, you could end up filling yourself with anxiety and getting deeply frustrated. If you see your rival's point of view as dangerous to yourself, your community, or your country, you’re also going …
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The Constant Contact Episode: Why People Write In, Repeats, Questions, Meaning, Culture, Context, Contact, Response, Arms Open Wide. Just some thoughts on how many times I find myself brought into conversations where anyone mentions anything about materials that might need a home. It's probably impossible to filter and tune awareness of when I shou…
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Episode Type: Fireside Chat (Blog Reading) "The way I see alienation today is not belonging to the institutions of civil society. It's not that you don't have friends, it's that you don't belong to something. It's a lack of belonging and not seeing the point of belonging." - Tim CarneyThis is a reading (fireside chat) of my blog post -- Alienation:…
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Episode Type: Inspirational People In this conversation, we weave through Deenie McKeever's life starting in Atlanta, in 1936, when she was born.For the video version, show notes, transcript, and links, click here. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sharelife/support
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The Atari Font Episode: Atari Microcomputers, Dark Rooms, Curtains and Shades, Customizing Fonts, Creating Games, Unfulfilled Goals, Unfinished Plans, Rescue from Darkness, The Real Reason for Atari Fonts, A River of Nostalgia and Memory. Some thoughts on my love of Atari and specifically, why I thought escape came in the form of Atari Customized F…
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The Nostalgic Web Episode: Ingestion Thoughts, Early Web, Something Lost, Wandering Through Memories, The Early Web, The Lost Form, Expensive and Exclusive, BBS Versus Web, Reality, Mirroring Ourselves, An Evolution. A rumination on the early Web and what that even means to me, looking back, along with the folly of trying to put myself in the minds…
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In this Listen To Learn Episode on the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with Talking Bibles Vice President, Paul Hoekstra. This episode is Sponsored By Talking Bibles & Christian Life TVFor show notes, links, & the transcript, click this link. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sharelife/support…
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The Deep Image Analysis Episode: The Fun Toy, The Advancements, Apple II Crack Screens, Transcriptions, A Held Out Hand, The Dark Cloud, A Lifetime of Scanning, The Advantages, The Wishful Thinking, A Critical Thinking Requirement. Thoughts on deep image analysis, which I've been experimenting with and which has been producing amazing results, but …
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The Hacking Museum Episode: Friends Bringing Up A Museum, What Is a Museum, What Is Hacking, How Do You Start, The Fundamentals, The Extras, Before You Hire a Staff, Hacking Stories and Lore, Mobile or Static, The Possible Real Hacking Museum. Some pals of mine were talking with me about a hacking museum, and this was something that I was supposed …
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The Eyeball Difficulties Episode: A Ring of Light, An Emergency Ophthalmologist, Posterior Vitreous Detachment, Eyeball Tubes, an Unfortunate Curtain, Into the Laser With Remaining Eye, Pancakes, Equilibrium, Next Steps, The Things Seen, A Community of Eyeballs, A Vision for Gratefulness. This episode discusses medical conditions with an eye. If th…
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The Power Wash Simulator Episode: Not Just Battle Royale, Power Wash Simulator, Plot and Intrigue, The Basic Idea, Angle of Attack, Parts Within Parts, The Urge to Clean and Make Things Better, A Messy Childhood, A Small Defined Zen Joy. Power Wash Simulator is a game/adventure where you have a power washer and everything needs cleaning. Either you…
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