Eddie Selover discusses the PechaKucha Orlando experience on WPRK during this episode of To a Certain Degree. The format is unique - 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide - and the speakers are as local as it gets. Listen to this episode as you buy your tickets for the next one!
Orlando has a lot of storytelling events, and you may know Jesse James Allen from a few of them. He's not only on stage spinning yarns at events like Orlando Story Club, he also catches those spun yarns at other events as well. By the end of this episode, you will understand the ins and outs of projection mapping, hear realistic solutions to getting over your fear of public speaking including time travel and cutthroat smart homes, and gain insight on how Foley work is done on video game productions. And that's just the tip of the yarn.
Spinning yarns and laying it on the line. That's the goal of the speakers at Orlando Story Club, and hosts Danielle Ziss and Bobby Wesley are on this episode to tell that story. The story of Orlando Story Club. Story time! This episode was recorded on March 19, 2018, on WPRK FM.
Aquanza Cadogan has spoken at many events in the CFL* area, including Nerd Nite, Orlando Story Club, and PechaKucha. Now, he takes on his greatest challenge to date, an interview on To a Certain Degree. Just kidding, he killed it, amazing guy. Listen up! This episode was recorded on February 26, 2018, on WPRK FM. CFL = Central Florida, not Canadian Football League. Although, that may be his next move.
You and me punk rock girl. Tom Hope, a punk rock aficionado, curates the music this week for an especially themed show on that genre. Do you question received wisdom? Then this is the show for you.