We did a thing.

It’s been a little while since Iterate went off the air, and I’ve often thought about when I might want to podcast again. I knew that my schedule was different, the demands on my time are higher now, and life is moving pretty quickly. I also knew that it was something I enjoyed doing, and some part of me missed chatting with friends and then sticking it on the internet so other people can listen to it.

Tim and I have been friends for a few years now, and would joke from time to time about starting another podcast. We never really did anything with it. Then we wrapped on Iterate (for the time being, I still hope we return to it at some point), and literally that day, Tim said “hey, now you’ve got time”.

A few months later, I agreed.

So we did a thing. It’s no big deal. Two friends talking about the stuff that fills our minds. The basic premise is that we like to solve problems, and we usually do it in nerdy ways. It’s not a show about apps, or workflows, but they might show up occasionally. It’s a show about how we think about our worlds, the information in them, and how organizing those things makes us feel better about everything.

It’s purposefully short, and we only plan on publishing every few weeks, probably more like monthly. So there’s no commitment required. It’s casual, and we aim to keep it that way. We’ll see where it goes.

Hope you like it.

Fundamentally Broken

Author: Seth Clifford

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