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Historian and loudmouth Jason Scott shares stories of technology, retrocomputing, documentary filmmaking, and general schennanigans from his decades of travels and research. From experiences on the road while shooting documentaries to often-obscure points of order, Jason keeps a fast-moving pace and even he doesn't know where we're ending up at the end.
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Explore stories & systems to live better & work smarter with author, blogger, and digital marketing specialist, Jason Scott Montoya. Podcast episodes include inspirational people interviews, book discussions, listen-to-learn discussions, & blog reads from https://www.jasonscottmontoya.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sharelife/support
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The Hacking Museum Episode: Friends Bringing Up A Museum, What Is a Museum, What Is Hacking, How Do You Start, The Fundamentals, The Extras, Before You Hire a Staff, Hacking Stories and Lore, Mobile or Static, The Possible Real Hacking Museum. Some pals of mine were talking with me about a hacking museum, and this was something that I was supposed …
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Episode Type: Inspirational People In this Inspirational People interview on the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with creative entrepreneur, Ross Boone. Ross is an illustrator, founder of Raw Spoon, and maker of Creature Habits, an app for Android and Apple phones. Ross and I were connected through our mutual friend Ivan Alfaro. We had an Italian …
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The Eyeball Difficulties Episode: A Ring of Light, An Emergency Ophthalmologist, Posterior Vitreous Detachment, Eyeball Tubes, an Unfortunate Curtain, Into the Laser With Remaining Eye, Pancakes, Equilibrium, Next Steps, The Things Seen, A Community of Eyeballs, A Vision for Gratefulness. This episode discusses medical conditions with an eye. If th…
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The Power Wash Simulator Episode: Not Just Battle Royale, Power Wash Simulator, Plot and Intrigue, The Basic Idea, Angle of Attack, Parts Within Parts, The Urge to Clean and Make Things Better, A Messy Childhood, A Small Defined Zen Joy. Power Wash Simulator is a game/adventure where you have a power washer and everything needs cleaning. Either you…
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The Manuals, Manuals, Manuals! Episode: Heading Out To Deal With Manuals Plus, The Manuals Plus Saga, The Latest Part, The Digital Manuals, Aesthetic And Information, My Great Manual Sorting Screwup, Brands and Flibberjibbits, The Future Holds. Plus: The Facade of Brands. Lots of thoughts about two parallel projects: The Manuals Plus Loadout, now a…
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The Cheshire Catalyst Episode: The Brightest Smile, A Long History, TAP Magazine, 2600 Magazine, HOPE Conferences, A Late Start, No Sleep, Close to the Edge, 3-2-1, Space Hobo, A Chance To Remember. Some thoughts about Cheshire Catalyst, a hacker who had a lovely history and who is gone, leaving behind memories and smiles.…
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Episode Type: Listen to Learn In this Listen To Learn Episode on the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with nonprofit founder, Dan Maurer. Dan, the president and founder of Elevate Nepal, shares his experience in developing Nepal's poorest and most remote villages into thriving communities. The conversation covers topics such as the impact of the ea…
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Episode Type: Listen to Learn In this listen-to-learn discussion on the Share Life podcast, I'm chatting with repeat guest Jason Long. This will mark his fourth appearance on the podcast! After getting together recently for some Korean BBQ and hearing the conclusion of Jason Long's CEO journey, I asked him to join me on the podcast to share his ins…
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Episode Type: Inspirational People In this Inspirational People interview on the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with business owner Glenn Shelhamer. Glenn is the founder of The Shelhamer Group in Los Angeles, California helping people find and sell their homes. He was referred to me through an Atlanta agency for working together on the Search Eng…
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Episode Type: Inspirational People In this Inspirational People interview on the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with digital marking expert, and long-time friend, Ron Medlin. Ron, a fellow internet marketer, is someone I orbited around via mutual friends until we met in person. We traded places on a client project years ago and have since stayed …
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Episode Type: Inspirational People Interview In this Inspirational People interview on the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with Beth Haun. Beth and I have been through hills and valleys together and has been a vital part of my own story. She was originally a client of Noodlehead Marketing who became a team member and an influencing leader of our m…
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The Configuration Episode: Two Configuration Aspects, The Rotating Bulletin Board System, Arcade Fidonet, Power-Switch-Rotation, What Was I Thinking, Happy Life / Lack of Strife, USENET Groups and Configuration, Works Or No Works, Cancelmoose, ROFLCon Panel, I Call Upon My Brain. I noticed I've been getting heavy the last few episodes, so here's a …
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Episode Type: Inspirational People In this Inspirational People interview on the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with Denise Marie Stilley! This is a unique interview because Denise and I met in high school in a TV tech class, where we produced a daily news show for the school called Eagle Eye News. Since then, we have not stayed in touch, but rec…
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The Digital Faith Episode: Obsession and Storage, To-Dos in a Dining Room, The Path from Analog to Digital, The Fight for Perfection, The Battles and Triumphs, Chapter and Verse, Passages to The Light, Losing a Taste for Conflict, The Fan Mail. Some ruminations of how digitization is digitization and what matters is we get the bits. Jason Scott Tal…
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Episode Type: Inspirational People Interview In this Inspirational People interview on the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with comedian and online campus pastor at Victory World Church, Stephen Hataway. We were connected through our mutual friend, Jessica Lalley, of Voices to Connect. This discussion explores the theme of using laughter as a copi…
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The Data Dirigibles Episode: Prehistoric TEXTFILES.COM, The Cry of the Leech, TEXTFILES.COM Comes to Pass, Downloading Archives, Downloading More Archives, Kilo Mega Giga Tera, TEXTFILES TIME CAPSULE, What Persists, The Unpretty But Surviving Clump, Slash Internetarchive, Slash Internet, Software Capsules, Ace and I Ride High An episode about my id…
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Episode Type: Book Discussion In this book discussion episode of the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with Eric Echols. Eric and I discuss his book, The Passion: Exploring The Final Week of Jesus' Life in Mark's Gospel. Eric is the pastor of Freedom Bible Church in Evans, Georgia. He's also a public speaker and author. We originally met when he was…
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The ScanTailor Dance Episode: A Small Project That Is Huge, The Endless Pages, Crop and Rotate, The Search for an Application, Best and Abandoned (and Best and Worst), The Experience of ScanTailor Advanced, The Missing Mentor, Before Applications, The Dance of Software Destiny. I have learned way too much about ScanTailor in a few days, and I thoug…
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Episode Type: Inspirational People In this Inspirational People interview on the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with Ellen Bristol, founder of the Bristol Strategy Group and non-profit fundraising guru! Ellen and I originally connected when Hubspot referred Ellen my way for updating her Hubspot website. In this conversation, Ellen shares her stor…
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The Monotony Episode: My Boring Day, The Crushing of Monotony, How I've Always Adored Repetition, Engagement and Disengagement, Long-Form Information, Temporary Domain Expert, Advice on Handling Monotony, A Web of Friends. Plus: THE ANALYTICS. Some thoughts about handling long form repetition, considering that's all I've been doing since forever an…
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The Arcade Documentary Arcade Interview Episode: Getting Down to Union Bridge, Eric and Stephanie, Zach, ARCADEDOCUMENTARY.COM, Being The Dream Interview, Always The Last, A Closing Moment. Thoughts as I do an interview for the Arcade Documentary being done by Zach Weddington, "Arcade Dreams" (also called "Arcadia" in some places), which I gave my …
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The Last (?) Computer Shopper Episode: Drawing The Line, Ups and Downs, My Hot Glue Enemy, Stresses and Delights, BBS List Highlights, The Ever Forever Scanning. Some last big mentions of the Computer Shopper scanning project, because otherwise this becomes a series of episodes about Computer Shopper and that's not very enjoyable for anyone. The Co…
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Episode Type: Listen To Learn In this Listen to Learn episode of the Share Life podcast, I'm talking with Jim Karwisch and Tess Van Ee about developing writing systems that enable us to create great content (for social media, blogs, and books). Tess Van Ee is a professional freelance writer who works in the Lifesciences, Healthcare, and Manufacturi…
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The Video Content Episode: What Is Even On Video; Commerical Tapes, Recordings of Individuals and Events, Television, The Meaning, Loss Versus Lossless, 40-Year Delay on a Dream, The True Nature of Television, The Hope of Doing It Right. A meditation of what video content ends up being, now that I'm several thousand tapes in. Here's hoping I can do…
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The Amusement Park Defunctland Episode: Listening to too much Defunctland, Lessons Learned from the Amusement Park Historians, The Unique Situations of Roller Coasters, The Common Threads, The Lessons and Inspirations. A bit of a love letter to Kevin Perjurer's Defunctland series, a youtube series which brings together, especially as time goes on, …
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The Long Drive Hard Drive Episode: A Common E-mail, An Offer of DVDs, A 800 Mile Drive, The Wawa, Fugue State and Explainer Videos, There and Back Again, The Process. Someone offered me an attic of DVDs. I said yes. And then I drove 800 miles to get them. Here's what that's like. Jason Scott Talks His Way Out Of It is supported by Patreon subscribe…
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The Aboveground Episode: What the Aboveground Means, The Cloak and Cosplay, The Risks Without Risks, Hacker Conferences, The Tech Industry, The Hidden Cost of Underground. Some thoughts on a concept I've been mulling about, regarding "The Aboveground", a cosplay version of being underground used by certain groups, usually for some gain, to bring th…
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The Computer Shopper Aesthetics Episode: Last Thoughts On the Project, Every Major Step, Considerations of Contrast, Size and Intimidation, Impossible Perfection, Resting Easy. One last set of consideration about all the aspects of the Computer Shopper Scanning Project before I do whatever it is I'm doing 200 times. Finished issues will be here: ht…
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The Atari Hotel Episode: The Atari Hotel, Bought and Bought and Bought and Bought, The Concept Drawings, The Drawn-Out Death of Atari, Livery, Hotels, Entropy, Concepts, A Breath of a Seed, The Real Atari Hotel. As of this writing, the Atari Hotels are still being advertised at https://atarihotels.com/ I took photos of my trip through the TWA hotel…
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