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Mark of the Maker

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Mark of the Maker

Discussion of knives, knifemaking, and knife collecting with makers Michael

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Mark of the Maker is a panel discussion with renowned custom knife makers Tom Krein, Sean Kendrick and Michael Burch, and hosted by Mark Stheiner. The format is much like a group of friends sitting around in The Pit at Blade Show, talking knives - a look at life from the perspective of the maker as well as the collector. Covering broader topics such as tactical knife history, trends, industry commentary and influences of social media, as well as conversations with other knifemakers, collecto ...
 
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But We're Just Devs

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But We're Just Devs

Hannah Boothe, Dima Kotik, and Michael Burch

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The Application Security Engineers of Security Journey tackle security vulnerabilities from a multi-language developer perspective. Each episodes dives into the details of a threat and exposes how to avoid them - no matter the code language. From Ruby on Rails to Go to C/C++ and many more, the team offers insight and actionable solutions to help make you write secure code.
 
Cammie Scott admits that she doesn't know everything. In a society where people don't ask questions for fear of embarrassment or offending someone, she is doing the asking for you. Each week she'll talk to a new guest to get herself up-to-speed on different topics with first-hand experiences in the hopes of gaining a better grasp on all sorts of subject matter. Cammie's end goal is to make information more accessible and digestible for her and her listeners - so that everyone can be a little ...
 
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Relationships are hard, adding long distance can make them even harder, but then throw a global pandemic in there and it sounds nearly impossible. Cammie’s best friend Stephanie and her Canadian girlfriend Lauren share the story of how their long distance love withstands every adversity that comes their way. Join the group chat: https://links.genev…
 
Ubisoft CEO and co-founder Yves Guillemot looks back on 35 years of games and talks about what’s next for Ubisoft and our teams around the world. Ubisoft is celebrating its 35th anniversary with free content for players until December 19, including rewards, sales, and giveaways. Visit Ubisoft.com to open your gifts! Transcripts of our podcast episo…
 
Danish designer and knifemaker Jens Anso joins us to share his knife making journey and some insight into how he developed his unique style and approach to design. Jens background is both similar and different than many of our previous guests and as you'll hear in the conversation, that leads each of us to a different place. A fascinating and fun d…
 
My mom has been a source of inspiration for me for my entire life. She is the hardest working person I know and when she wants to reach a goal, she makes it happen. Hence her opening up her own hair salon at the age of 58! This week while visiting home in Pittsburgh, we hear from the woman who raised me and get her advice on life, budgeting, skin, …
 
A decade after he first stepped into the shoes of Vaas in Far Cry 3, Michael Mando joins us on this episode of the Ubisoft Game Makers podcast to talk about the creation of the character and what it’s like to play him once more in the Far Cr 6 DLC episode Vaas: Insanity, out on November 16. Transcripts of our podcast episodes are available on Ubiso…
 
Society tends to put us in boxes to make others more comfortable. Once we start breaking out of these boxes, it is difficult to feel comfortable in new ones, even when we place ourselves in them. Figuring out our identities doesn’t happen over night and as Tatchi shares with us today, can change frequently. Getting a bit comfortable with living out…
 
Mark and Tom talk regrinds! We start with basic edge geometry and get into what a regrind is, why you might want one, when they work best, and when they don't. Tom gives us some history about how long he's been doing these and why they aren't available on some knives and what kinds of limitations apply. Check out our Patreon and follow us on Instag…
 
Figuring out what we want to do in life can feel daunting but Carrie Barber continued to chase her curiosities, diversify her skill sets, and stay open to opportunities that came her way. Now she is the owner and Creative Director of MAKE Beauty, with a focus on future driven products. Carrie is showing us that the best leaders don’t need to know i…
 
In this podcast episode, composer Pedro Bromfman, well known for his work on the Netflix series Narcos, talks about his work composing the soundtrack for Far Cry 6. Listen to the Far Cry 6 Complete Soundtrack, available now: https://ubisoftmusic.lnk.to/FC6_CompleteMusic Transcripts of our podcast episodes are available on Ubisoft News.…
 
Almost everyone shares a part of themselves online with others. As much as we attempt to create the narrative, we can never truly control how others view us. From the judgement of those online and the judgement from those in our real life, all we can do is stay true to ourselves and create in a way that makes us happy. Follow Alanah: https://www.yo…
 
Author, collector and all-around enthusiast Neal Punchard joins us to talk about two truly fun topics. It seems most knife nerds have many life interests and experiences in common and who doesn't remember their first time using a switchblade or their first BB gun. Part history, part throwback fun, we think there's plenty here for most anyone to enj…
 
In honor of World Mental Health Day, Cammie discusses her recent journey being diagnosed with ADHD and how that has impacted her life and overall mental health. ADHD often goes undiagnosed in women becuase of the different ways it presents itself and our ability to mask. By having open conversations and sharing our stories, we can shed light and he…
 
Tanya DePass is the founder of I Need Diverse Games and worked as a diversity consultant on Far Cry 6 and other titles. She comes on the Ubisoft Game Makers podcast to talk about her work and to give advice to players and developers on how we can all work together to improve diversity, inclusion, and representation in the video game industry. Find …
 
The weather is starting to turn cooler and we check in with our crew to talk about the art knife show Arts in Metal, adventures, upcoming shows and projects, and plans for this winter. Lots going on for the entire team this time of year. COVID, changes to show schedules and "life" have thrown us all some curveballs. Find us at our Patreon and follo…
 
Sarah and two other women voluntarily set out to date 24 men. The catch? Half of the men were self proclaimed fuck boys and the other half nice guys. Oh, and the entire nation was watching, naturally. But what really happened that led to Sarah participating in the show and *spoiler alert* picking the fboy of all fboys? Listen as we find out! Join t…
 
In this podcast episode, Ubisoft veteran Anne Blondel Jouin talks about her 25-year career in video games, from her first days out of business school in the PlayStation era to her role today leading a team that seeks out partnerships with industry whiz kids and indie developers. Visit jobs.ubisoft.com to find opportunities near you and start your o…
 
Erica Sullivan medaled at the olympics just weeks before turning 21 and moving into her college dorm. Needless to say, her 2021 was an eventful year. Although the American flag has become a symbol of racism, divisiveness, and hate to many, Erica feels like she represents the epitome of the American person and seeks to reclaim pride in our flag and …
 
Sean talks wraps up the Back to School series in this final installment post-graduation from his machining program. He gives some insights about the kinds of things he learned, how he's been able to use them and offers some advice to people in similar situations. As usual, we also talk about some cool things we've seen recently and where to find th…
 
Estefania Pessoa, also known as Tefi, was born in Miami to a Colombian mother and Brazilian father. She cultivated her obsession for all things pop culture into a full blown career. From cartoon celebrity crushes to comparing their sleep paralysis demons, Tefi and Cammie cover it all. Join the group chat: https://links.geneva.com/invite/4eae66bb-35…
 
Are video games good for us? Can we learn by playing games? How worried should we be about screen time? In this podcast episode, Dr. Jan Plass, Paulette Goddard Chair in Digital Media and Learning Sciences and Professor at New York University, joins us to talk about learning and video games, a subject he has extensively researched. To learn more ab…
 
Welcome to season 3! This podcast was always meant to be about all of us. Sharing different stories, experiences, and perspectives. The internet can be a dark place filled with trolls and people sharing their unsolicited opinions on strangers posts. This season we are expanding our community and creating a safe place to discuss and debate topics re…
 
Tim Reeve of Chris Reeve Knives joins us to talk about knives, life and business. Tim shares some insight about what it was like to grow up as part of this family business, including some history and personal perspective on what it all means. It's a great insight to the current state of CRK, their workflow and some fun projects on the "wish list." …
 
Dr. Larrin Thomas joins us again to talk metallurgy and this time we dive into busting some myths around steel and heat treat. This one's definitely a more technical episode, so buckle up for some detailed talk and if you haven't already, check out Larrin's book Knife Engineering and his website Knife Steel Nerds. Find us at our Patreon and follow …
 
It's been a while since we did Q&A, so we reached out to our Patreon supporters and listeners and they came up with a fine list of questions to walk through. We also had a few questions for one another, talking life, shop and other stuff. Fun chat, you may find something interesting here whether a maker or collector. Check out our Patreon and follo…
 
After a year and a half of being extremely cautious, Cammie and her girlfriend tested positive for covid. Between Taryn’s health anxiety and Cammie’s asthma, the fear of the unknown took over. Hear their story on how they were exposed, what they experienced, and what they hope everyone learns about this virus and its variants. Please research and e…
 
Adulthood is scary — period — so it’s easy to push off “leaving the nest” for as long as possible. But what’s scarier is staying still and not giving yourself the opportunity to grow on your own. On this episode, the one and only Amy Ordman shares her experience with trading her life in Australia for a completely new experience in Los Angeles. Far …
 
Ricky Ray and Neal Punchard join us to talk Boker history and walk us through the timeline laid out in their book - Boker: Two Centuries and Two Countries Representing One Name in Cutlery Excellence. 150 years of cutlery is quite a haul, so there's plenty for us to talk about to better understand the Boker family and the complex history of this bra…
 
With so much information out there on skincare, it's hard to know what to trust. Board-certified dermatologist and Agency's Associate Medical Director, Whitney Tolpinrud, discusses what to focus on in your teens, 20's, 30's, and beyond. We discuss the great debate of SPF and what's better, a simple routine or 20+ steps.Use the following link to get…
 
Just in time for America's Independence Day, we bring you a new picks episode, dedicated to what is probably the knife most synonymous with America. Regardless how you pronounce it, this one's a googler (yeah, we made that word up), you'll want your search engine handy or hit the Facebook group for pics of some of these great knives from great make…
 
Pride has become a yearly celebration for members of the LGBTQ+ community to celebrate being themselves. But what happens when you don’t identify with the over the top rainbow aesthetics, and brands take advantage of Pride in order to profit off of it? Cammie and Taryn discuss where they thing brands get it wrong and what they would like to see fro…
 
Mark, Sean and Tom chat about Blade Show 2021 and some of Tom's experiences and goodies from the show. Always great to see friends and makers we enjoy winning awards so we spend a few minutes talking about some of the great custom pieces that makers brought to Blade this year. Check out our Patreon and follow us on Instagram @markofthemaker or join…
 
Life happens. Sometimes things appear good, other times they appear bad, but it is all relative. Singer/songwriter Wrabel has learned this lesson throughout his life of ups and downs, yes’s and no’s, and roadblocks along the way. This collection of moments has turned into an incredible life and the soon to be release of his debut album, these words…
 
Coming out is different for everyone but the most important person — and often times most difficult — to come out to is yourself. Today Cammie shares both her story and real listener stories sent in by you! Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uneducated_podcast/ Follow Cammie: https://www.instagram.com/cammiescott/ --- Send in a voice…
 
We've talked in previous episodes about Dave Brown's work under his mark Vasana Bladeworks, and this time Dave took the time to chat with us about his life and his work. Great insights into his background, this knifemaking process and why his work covers lots of territory and multiple genres. Dave was a pleasure to chat with, we think you'll enjoy …
 
With social media at the tip of our fingers and the ability to communicate to millions of people around the world instantaneously, what responsibility do we have as citizens to make sure that information is accurate? Journalist, Vera Papisova, breaks down the pros and cons to citizen journalism and how to be more responsible with your voice and inf…
 
Mark, Sean and Michael chat about the 2021 Nashville Tactical Invitational (TKI) show and how it went in the new calendar slot and location. We talk makers, special knives and some fun projects we've seen in the last week or two. Check out our Patreon and follow us on Instagram @markofthemaker or join our discussion group on Facebook for more conve…
 
TikTok has the power to create careers, make songs top charts, and cancel brands and celebrities. After creating the ‘Out West’ dance challenge, Nicole’s career took off, but not before having her dance recreated and credited to other creators. This new digital age has possessed the question, what exactly is intellectual property and how do we prot…
 
Can you be a sex positive, intellectual, gay affirming christian? Brenda, aka God Is Grey, thinks so. Unfortunately religion and specifically Christianity, often becomes synonymous with hate, wars, and discrimination. With so many people experiencing trauma due to the church, many people have turned away from religion completely. Brenda began to qu…
 
Dr. Rachel Parikh joins us again, this time for a deep dive into her favorite category of South Asian weapon - The Katar. You'll want to have a web browser handy as Rachel gives accession numbers for each of the pieces she talks about and there are details you won't want to miss. A fun and informative discussion, just like when she joined us last. …
 
Ashly Burch is a writer and actress on the Apple TV+ series Mythic Quest, which is produced by Ubisoft. Episodes one through four of Season 2 of Mythic Quest are available to stream now, with new episodes releasing every Friday until the finale on June 25. Burch is also a renowned voice actress, featured in games like Horizon Zero Dawn, The Last of…
 
Nick Cutsumpas AKA Farmer Nick went from following the path to corporate America to a plant coach and "plantreprenuer". Nick’s mission is to give people the knowledge and confidence they need to create their own green spaces in the pursuit of regenerative environmental action. Nick believes that his morals are more important than his labels and tha…
 
It's almost here, and who doesn't love summer? We put together a "picks" episode for a few categories and as usual, end up taking the long way around the barn. Customs, production, obscure - we're all over the map. What would YOU pick for each of these summer knife categories? We'd love to hear your picks too, we always miss a few good ones! Check …
 
Arielle Estoria has the gift of turning feelings, emotions and experiences into words. Connecting with people from all of the world and creating shared experiences through poems. Tackling topics as complex as religion to as simple as the warmth of sun on your skin, Arielle finds ways to make you think and reevaluate the way you experience life. Fol…
 
I get a lot of questions about sex. Is scissoring real? How do you have queer sex? Are tops and bottoms a thing in lesbian relationships? I typically shy away from answering these types of questions, but not today! Casey joins us to give professional insight on listeners sex questions. From dealing with trauma to shaking the nerves of your first ti…
 
Dr. Larrin Thomas, author of Knife Engineering and the Knife Steel Nerds website joins us to talk about his life and his studies in metallurgy. Larrin brings some interesting insight and a technical perspective to an area that is often steeped in tribal knowledge. We also talk a bit about Larrin's new steel CPM-MagnaCut and its design specifically …
 
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