As I said in my last post I’ve been listening to a lot of the Nerdist podcast, It is an awesome podcast that is not only incredibly funny and entertaining it is also very motivating.  Hearing what these often creative people are doing is great. Seth Green For example has about a dozen things going on. There is a lot of talk about people creating and following their dreams and talking in depth about the work they’ve done. So often we only see a lot of actors and so forth in character so its been great to see the real people and get an insight into what they think of their craft and their lives.

The gang, led by Chris Hardwick have some amazing guests on the show. Ranging from pretty much the entire cast from Star Trek: The Next Generation through to Kevin Bacon, Kevin Smith, John DiMaggio and Billy West.  I especially loved this episode featuring the actor Thomas Jane,

The Nerdist team seem like they have a lot of fun doing these interviews, I say interview they are nothing like normal interviews, these are conversations which are generally free flowing and seem like a hell of a lot of fun. I haven’t listened to them all but there is a pretty chilled out vibe in the show.

Please check it out because it’s an awesome show 🙂

Technology You Win Again!

I filled out a questionnaire for a friend for a series shes putting together for her blog, I wont let out too much just yet but I hit save and closed the file in preparation to attach it in an email and send it back to her, now I can’t find the email…. Grrrrrrrr! So tomorrow I will be answering them again lol

Aside from that there is little that happened of interest today.  I did read through a few pages of Project Delphi but not many.  I’m letting my mind process a lot of the thoughts that I have on the story as I’m not sure about some of the little details but allowing myself time to think this all through is proving to be rather helpful.  I’m currently watching the first series of Star Trek: The Next Generation series one and I’ve got to admit that its better than I remembered, but I still prefer Voyager 🙂