Author, speaker, theologian, and pastor Clint Schnekloth returns for a second appearance on our podcast! We discuss the impact of Clint's first book, boundary-pushing in the arts, and the problem of leaders who don't want to be too interesting. Also: Humans always fall in love with robots.
Lawyer, scientist, and unapologetic nerd David Casimir adds "armchair futurist" to his list of descriptors! Dave's return appearance at the Rundmans' kitchen table features discussions about the singularity, medical advances, the Silicon Valley dot com boom of the '90s, and many other creativity-related topics, all with a frosting of optimism. Are these conversations themselves a luxury? I am the chemicals in my body! Good grief!
Scientist, lawyer, musician and unapologetic nerd David Casimir joins the Rundmans for a fascinating conversation. Discussed: the effects of deliberate personal energy management, growing up with an artistic parent, and the mysterious altruism that motivates us to protect intellectual property.
It's the first episode of the Creativity Drill podcast! Dawn and I are very excited.
Painter, illustrator, and designer Kelly Newcomer talks to us about her career, her fascination with peaceful technology, and why art is like a baby.