There exists a generation in between Generation X and the Millennial Generation that has been called The Oregon Trail Generation. This is because those of us, myself included, who are of a certain age fondly remember spending hours playing The Oregon Trail. But The Oregon Trail as a game doesn’t belong to just one generation, it belongs to everyone.Declassify >
What can you say about The Last Podcaster Standing (TLPS)?
Are you looking for the right humor in all the wrong places?
It’s four guys and a girl sitting around “shooting the shit.” It’s funny, it’s irreverent, and at times, educational and dramatic.Declassify >
Ralph Bakshi: A Rotospective
Only a few people in the world are cool enough to call Dr. Seuss “Ted,” and one of them is Ralph Bakshi. Their connection is through The Butter Battle Book, which Dr. Seuss wrote and which Bakshi helped bring to life as an animated television special.Declassify >
What happens when you take a podcast of four individuals made up of two couples and isolate them?
What happens when they’re asked about themselves, each other, and then the same 10 questions?
What happens is magic, and that magic was created by Grant Markham, host of The Stranger Conversations, when he sat down individually with the four members of Couple Things Podcast.Declassify >
When I’m doing research or writing post drafts “old school” with pen and paper, I listen to vinyl records on a turntable in the basement of my house.
I don’t exclusively listen to vinyl, mind you. It’s just something different. I also don’t consider myself a hipster, either. So I wonder from time to time, not only why I do it, but why there is a cult-like movement that occurred to bring it back?Declassify >