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A podcast about building tech products with Éphémère Creative. There's a lot of content out there about the big tech companies and how they work. But what about solopreneurs, early stage startups, non-profits, and small businesses building tech? It turns out that building small systems is an art, and in this podcast we'll talk about what it takes. 🗣️ Got feedback? Want to be a part of this? Contact us! hello@smalltechpodcast.com 🚀 Subscribe to the podcast: https://smalltechpodcast.com/ ✉️ Su ...
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A photography-focused podcast that delves into the creative process, and the trials and tribulations of bringing lasting value to your artwork, regardless of the medium. I will discuss a range of topics including: interviews with creators, self-publishing books and zines, great photo books, exhibitions, unsung heroes, being true to your creative self... and so much more. Hosted by Nick Tauro Jr.
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NOMADIC SCENERY – ephemere scenography | français

FHNW | HGK | Institute Interior Design and Scenography , CH - Basel

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NOMADIC SCENERY – ephemere scenography Of temporary architectures, selective performances, the ludic appeal of temporary scenographies, of bold designs and utilization-free ideas – in short the topicality of movement concepts. ‘The young and wild’ and ‘old hands’ alike report on new com- munication and creative methods.
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NOMADIC SCENERY – ephemere scenography | Audio

FHNW | HGK | Institute Interior Design and Scenography , CH - Basel

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NOMADIC SCENERY – ephemere scenography Of temporary architectures, selective performances, the ludic appeal of temporary scenographies, of bold designs and utilization-free ideas – in short the topicality of movement concepts. ‘The young and wild’ and ‘old hands’ alike report on new com- munication and creative methods.
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Codename Chewy by EC

Éphémère Creative

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A podcast about web and mobile app development tools, frameworks, and more by the folks at Éphémère Creative. It all ties into this neat framework we're building, codenamed the "Chewy Stack."
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The Deep Stack Podcast

Defang & Éphémère Creative

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A podcast where we explore everything in a modern (and not so modern) application stack. Join us as we talk about everything from modern TypeScript to old-school D.lang, Postgres to SQL Server, Heroku to AWS and everything in between, as we break down different apps, their stacks, and architectures.
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Be-Spoke

Adriana Paice Kent

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The unique object or experience has always had powerful appeal, and, as we learn to consume better, commissioning all kinds of things has become more accessible. Yet the process of commissioning is shrouded in mystery. Most makers agree they’re only as good as the brief, but what makes a good brief? The Be-Spoke podcast reveals the relationships behind the commissioning process through the stories of designers, makers, clients, curators and brokers. It delves into why people commission certa ...
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Cocoanut Grove

Katie Dessin, Ashleigh Hansen

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LA is: superficial, busy, careless, smelly, dirty, faithless...we've heard it all. Sure, we can acknowledge the parts of it that are less than ideal. But LA is also deeply connected, calculated, present, curious, creative, and passionate. There are multiple faces of LA, and anyone who visits will experience it in different ways. This city breathes. It's alive and commanding. Your best self lies on the other side of these experiences.Join us, Ashleigh and Katie, as we explore hot button issue ...
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This episode I have a rollicking discussion all about punk / post-punk music as experienced through the camera lens of Michael Grecco. I get to geek out to stories of late nights on stage and backstage in the heady days of the late 1970s and early 80s Boston, MA. Play this one LOUD! Links Michael Grecco website Days of Punk official website Michael…
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In this episode of the Small Tech Podcast, host Raph from EC sits down with Adam Delgado of The North Technology People. From his early days to becoming a key player in the recruitment field across Australia, Singapore, the UK, and Canada, Adam dives into his rich experience with AI, machine learning, and software development sectors. He also gives…
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Saul Leiter was a photographer who captured subtle, quiet moments among the cacophony of New York City from the 1940s through the early 2000s. His color work in particular, is a treasure trove which is currently coming to light. For this episode, I had the wonderful opportunity to chat with Michael Parillo and Margit Erb, who run the Saul Leiter Fo…
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Chelsea Jackson is an avid hiker and trail runner who works for the New Hampshire State Parks on the summit of Mt. Washington!Mt. Washington is notorious for having the "world's worst weather" and consistently has days where windspeed is over 100 mph. The summers can have major temperature swings when storms blow in (or as Chelsea calls the storms.…
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My guest on this episode is writer and professor Kate Palmer Albers, whose recent book "The Night Albums" explores the impermanence in photographic images; both intentional and unintended. A major shift in how we can think about the life of a photograph, and our own existence as well. Links: The Night Albums book The First Photograph: Joseph Nicéph…
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This week we are chatting with photographer and filmmaker Francesco Valentinuzzi!!Francesco is in the midst of a production called "Ephemeral", an adventure film about world renown Ice Climber Jeff Mercier.In this episode we chat all about the genesis of this idea, what he is envisioning for "Ephemeral", and what excites Francesco about filmmaking!…
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An engaging conversation with Miami-based photographer Tony Chirinos. We discuss his photo book "The Precipice" which deals with hospital operating rooms, surgical tools, and hospital morgues. Not as macabre as it sounds, this discussion goes deep into the "theater" of life and death. Links: Tony's website The Precipice at Gnomic Books Tony's Insta…
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"We are meant to seek, engage, be filled up with wisdom from sources far more attuned to the truth than ourselves" - Paul Scheuring, The Far ShorePaul Scheuring is an author, a filmmaker, a show runner, and a screenwriter.More importantly, Paul is my friend, a mentor, a smart-guy-I-talk-to-in-order-to-make-sense-of-the-world, a fellow adventurer, a…
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This week we are chatting with adventurer, gym teacher, and a man who chases audacious goals Jason Hardrath!!Jason recently led an expedition to attempt an Infinity Loop on South America's tallest volcano Ojos del Salado in Chile. Though him and his team were not able to complete the infinity loop (summiting twice and running completely around the …
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The life and work of photographic enigma Miroslav Tichý is the focal point of today's episode. I am joined by Roman Buxbaum, who runs the Tichý Ocean Foundation, the outlet for an extensive body of work by the eccentric, subversive Czech artist. Roman and I have an informative conversation that sheds light on this mysterious man of photography. Lin…
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This week we are chatting with adventurer Valerie Gagne about her very first solo expedition circumnavigating the Eye of Quebec!!A few weeks ago Val skied 180kms over 6 days around the frozen Eye in the middle of winter. She battled slushy ice, isolation and extremely cold weather before ultimately finishing the challenge!In this episode we talk ab…
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Happy to welcome Boris Eldagsen to the podcast! Boris is at the bleeding edge where technology and fine art meet. He is a photographic artist and "promptographer" who incorporates A.I. into his creative workflow. We discuss the ins and the outs, the good, the bad and the ugly of this new frontier. Guess what, the sky isn't falling! A provocative di…
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Welcome to the latest episode of the SmallTechPodcast, where we break down complex AI concepts into easy-to-understand explanations. Whether you're completely new to artificial intelligence or just looking to understand more about what AI can do without getting lost in technical jargon, this episode is for you. Hosted by Raph from EC, we dive into …
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This week we are chatting with former football D-Lineman and current endurance athlete Derek Snakenburg!!Derek and I have a lot in common- both from Iowa, both ultra runners, both busy dads in our 30s and both of us played D-Line on the football team for Wartburg College (I only stayed one year..if I would have stayed longer Derek would have been m…
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This week's episode is with legendary explorer and adventurer Ray Zahab! In this episode Ray digs deep on some bigger ideas and concepts from his years of adventure, including courage, curiosity and contentment. We also chat a bit about his passion for putting on expeditions (like the Kapik1 expedition to the Atacama I was lucky enough to join last…
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This episode I welcome photographer and photo book publisher Jesse Lenz to the podcast. We have a high spirited talk about the power of DIY, believing in your work, putting ink to paper, and the value of creating the things you want to see in the world. All this, plus we discuss his forthcoming book, "The Seraphim." Inspiration and positivity aboun…
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What does it take to run the entire length of Africa South to North? Russ Cook is taking on an endeavor that has been accomplished by no person in history. It’s not only the most epic challenge anyone is taking on right now but “Project Africa” is also hands down, easily the best series on YouTube!! (Seriously, if you’re not watching it, start imme…
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Join us as Sam Chan from Launch Academy reveals why 'problem obsession' rather than 'solutions oriented' is key in the startup scene. In this episode, we give you business insights and unpack the art of identifying and sticking with genuine customer problems to create impactful tech products. Learn how to balance your passion for building with the …
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Yugoslavia-born, Paris-based artist Sergej Vutuc joins me for a deep conversation about pushing the boundaries with his creative work. Combining sound, live performance, analog film and zine-making, Sergej possesses a singular creative approach that is inspiring to behold. Sergej Vutuc website Sergej Vutuc Live Performance video Sergej Vutuc Instag…
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In this episode we talk with adventurer Cyril Derreumaux about what it takes to cross the Pacific Ocean on a Kayak!!Cyril became the 2nd person ever to cross the Pacific Ocean on a solo kayak from California to Hawaii. He did this through the sheer power of perseverance and human spirit.In this episode we talk about what went into this endeavor. Ho…
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A look at the life and work of a true art world enigma, Ray Johnson. Author Ellen Levy joins me to discuss the reluctant genius, sometimes referred to as "the most famous unknown artist." Collages and mail art and photos and more. Links: Ray Johnson Estate Ray Johnson work at The Art Institute of Chicago Ellen Levy on Instagram A Book About Ray / E…
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This week we are talking with Ultrarunner and Adventurer Yanick Fournier!!I met Yan doing the KapiK1 expedition to the Atacama Desert in November and, as it happens during big adventures, became close friends with this absolutely wonderful person!!Yan had a TREMENDOUS year of Ultrarunning in 2023 and took on the Gorge Waterfall 50K, Snowdonia 105K,…
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Arthur Tress has been a prolific photographer since the mid 1960s. Though he may have flown under the radar when compared to some of his contemporaries, a new retrospective at The Getty Center in Los Angeles aims to change that. I had the pleasure of discussing the "new to me" work of Tress with The Getty's Senior Curator of Photographs, Jim Ganz. …
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What is it like to take on the 7 Summits? Could you withstand the monotony of biking across the United States twice? What skills would you need to survive a month in the wilderness?This week we are chatting with adventurer Heather Werner all about her BIG EXPERIENCES!!Heather has been on a quest to finish the 7 summits. At this point she is so clos…
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This week Phil Pinti and I are back from the KapiK1 Expedition through the Atacama Desert!!In this episode our friend Paul Scheuring interviews us about our experience, how we feel after returning, and the power of traveling through the desert!This was an absolutely wonderful experience!! It really was hard to describe how meaningful it was...hopef…
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🎙️The latest Small Tech Podcast discusses how to create Minimum Viable Products (MVPs). We learn what constitutes an MVP, how to balance essential functionality with user expectations, and the difficult decisions entrepreneurs face in streamlining their vision. The discussion also covers practical strategies for MVP development in web and mobile ap…
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Danny Clinch was born "down the shore" in New Jersey. From humble beginnings, he ascended the ladder of rock and roll photography to become one of the top shooters in the world of music. He's photographed everyone from Johnny Cash to Tupac; the Beastie Boys to "The Boss" Bruce Springsteen. This conversation has tons of Jersey references, but you do…
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This week we are chatting with Ultrarunner Cody Taylor!!I had the absolute joy of getting to know Cody through running and camping across the Atacama desert a few weeks ago. Through his 20s Cody spent his time touring across the US and Canada drumming in rock shows and now has used that same passion and stoke level to take on ultra running! In this…
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An encore presentation celebrating the life of Joan Liftin, who passed away earlier this year. We had a wonderful conversation back in season one. Sharing this as the dust settles from my recent trip to Paris Photo 2023. Joan Liftin had an illustrious career in photography. Besides being a photographer with three monographs under her belt, Joan spe…
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This week we are talking with ultra runner Dreama Walton!Dreama recently has become the subject of a documentary called "Dreama Team" that follows her journey through Western States. The film also highlights the challenges she has faced in life and explores how pushing her limits in ultra running has helped her process them.The film is absolutely w…
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This episode I welcome the Executive Director of the Penumbra Foundation and self-described iconoclast, Geoffrey Berliner to the podcast. We have a lively chat about photography's past (as well as its present and future), alternative processes and putting artists first! Links: Penumbra Foundation website Sally Mann Tintypes article Geoffrey Berline…
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This week we are joined by "a mountain sort playing mountain sports" Scotty Dobbo!!Scotty moved out to Colorado and fell completely in love with the sport of speed flying. A sport that combines paragliding and parachuting in which a person zooms a down mountain at incredible speeds.This episode is about passion, dedication, and flight. Scotty is en…
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A fun, New Jersey style chat with book designer and creative force of nature, Yolanda "Yo" Cuomo. We discuss her start in the publishing world, her work with Marvin Israel, and her stellar photo book design work for Paolo Pellegrin, Sylvia Plachy, Edward Keating and Diane Arbus. Lots to dig into here! Links: Yolanda Cuomo website Diane Arbus: Revel…
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This week's episode is ultrarunner Jen Tischler!!!I met Jen at the Booneville Backroads Ultra back in 2020 and ran many of my most difficult miles with her. It was 98 degrees, no shade, 50 miles into the day and we were drinking hot water and my brain was shutting down. Jen was the most positive person I had ever ran with and I'm truly not sure I w…
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Legendary British photographer Brian Griffin joins me for an enjoyable chat about his career, especially his music / album cover work with such luminaries as Depeche Mode and Echo & The Bunnymen. My music geekery comes out in full force on this one; it brings back fond memories of hours spent listing to my vinyl albums back in 1980s New Jersey! Wha…
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What does training and competing in mountain biking bring to our lives? What does it mean to have our "why" be "just because..."? How can we discover space and meaning through our breath? What is it like when you are "in the soup" and not "thinking about or judging the soup"?This week's episode is with the incredibly insightful mountain biker, film…
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In this episode of the Small Tech Podcast from Éphémère Creative, we talk about choosing the right technology for your small tech business. Understanding a tech stack is crucial, especially when building an application that integrates seamlessly with marketing and operational tools. Whether you’re contemplating selecting off-the-shelf tech stacks l…
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My guest for this episode is writer Giancarlo Roma. Not only is he the son of noted photographer Thomas Roma, and the grandson of Lee Friedlander, he also manages the photo book imprint Haywire Press. A fun conversation about growing up surrounded by photography! Links: Haywire Press Friedlander First Fifty book (written / compiled by Giancarlo Rom…
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This week we are talking with Matthew Hengst about him and his girlfriend Jen's summer adventure paddling down the entire Mississippi River from it's Source in Minnesota to the sea down in Louisiana!!This one is EPIC!! Through their adventure they battled giant oil ships, river alligators, lightning storms, flooding campsites, and much much more!!A…
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This week we are beyond honored to once again be chatting with the incredible Eszter Horanyi!!!She recently set the unsupported FKT on Nolan’s 14 (an approximate 100 mile route that takes you up and over FOURTEEN of the Colorado 14ers, mostly off trail!!!)It’s an incredibly difficult, near impossible challenge even when you have a support crew.Eszt…
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A nice conversation with photographer and writer Tim Carpenter. Tim's book "To Photograph Is To Learn How To Die" is available now and is well worth the read. This episode is for all the existential photographers out there... you know who you are. Links: The Ice Plant: publisher of Tim's book; buy it here Tim Carpenter website…
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What does it take to summit the iconic Mt Ranier TWICE while also running the 93 mile Wonderland Trail around? Mountain guides and all around AMAZING athletes, Abby Westling and Kiira Antenucci found out when after 3 days, 22 hours, 19 minutes and 38 seconds they had not only set the new FKT but had an adventure of a lifetime!This episode is all ab…
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