Our final episode. We appreciate all of you very much, and want to thank you for listening and sharing your questions and situations with us.
Don’t forget that you can find us elsewhere:
You can find Melissa on Mastodon at irrsinn.life/@melissa. Gregory is over at mastodon.social/@gregoryaveryweir.
Another short episode this month, and our final scheduled episode until we receive a prompt. We focus mostly on some media that’s been inspiring us:
- Patrick Rothfuss’s Kingkiller Chronicle and the crushing feeling of looooong-running projects.
- Hbomberguy‘s massive Twitch stream of Donkey Kong 64 in support of the Mermaids charity. Famous folks like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Chelsea Manning showed up to show their support.
We also talked about our recent projects:
- Gregory’s podcast Tabletop Garden, which is now fully in its second campaign, called “Ego Driver.”
- Our Future Proof Podcast episodes of December and January, where we conduct some strategic business meetings. Some stuff is cut, but we think it provides a bit of insight into how we work.
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No full episode this month, but we give an update on how we’re doing and plug our other work:
- Melissa’s publishing a trip diary of their Christmas trip to Nuremberg!
- Gregory has been working on revamping and improving their Patreon.
- Gregory has a new podcast called Tabletop Garden, where you can listen to short roleplaying campaigns with interesting characters crafted with a focus on intentional, healthy play practices.
- Very soon we’ll be releasing a special episode of the Future Proof Podcast where you can listen in on a strategy meeting as we figure out where we want to take the company.
- Gregory is working on a new episode of Ludus Novus, their podcast about the art of interaction.
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We talk about how to persuade people to be compassionate.
This is a combined October/November episode, with a transcription coming soon! Our prompt came from a friend of the show:
So yeah, like, I play a lot of video games, like you do, and I consider myself open-minded and respectful of other people while playing. I play with a lot of friends who sometimes use certain language that might offend someone of another ethnicity or gender. I try my best to let them know that this kind of behavior is not nice and might scare off anybody else (women/transgender/another race) away from playing video games. How can I deal with situations like this?
Gregory discussed Unsong, an online book about morality, Kabbalah, and what happens after the world ends. Melissa discussed Naughty No More: Change Unwanted Behaviors Through Positive Reinforcement, a book about training cats. (Other cat behavior management book suggestions are welcome!)
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