Truths and Myths About Money
Creatives often have a tough time talking about money. Understanding the underlying role of money beyond being just a problem solver changes how it can be approached and empower us as creators.
True Diversity in Stock Photography
From his teenage years and onwards, Joshua Kissi has used creative culture as an outlet for expression. He, alongside Karen Okonkwo recognized the limitations in stock photography and launched TONL, a modern and racially diverse stock photography platform hoping to do more than provide commercial photography.
Shine On You Crazy Goldman
Getting high can inhibit functionality, but can also lead to new realizations and perspectives that might not have been possible without the assistance of psychedelics. This episode explores whether psychedelics can create greater awareness in individuals about the world and be a form of insightful self-abandonment.
MAEKAN It Up
Fashion’s Inconsistent Support of #MeToo
Charis Poon of MAEKAN explores the inconsistencies in support around the #MeToo movement, while Eugene discusses whether or not the Michelin Guide makes sense for certain regional fare such as Cantonese cuisine.
Twenty Thousand Hertz
The story of a blind film critic and how movies and TV shows contain a hidden audio track, known as “Audio Description,” for the visually impaired.
The role of A.I. in the workplace is slowly creeping into our daily lives. But how will it affect particular industries such as comedy? We think that an A.I. powered joke writer will have it much easier, but will it really be all that effective?