Results tagged “michaelmulvey”

Weekly Exhaust Ep. 9: El Gato Duerme Sobre el Mono

By Michael Mulvey on July 21, 2014 6:00 AM

This week Michael and Bryan discuss creative habits, inspiration, dreaming in black & white, phone etiquette in cinemas, recording vertical phone videos, the simulated universe, Grand Theft Auto & super hero movies. They also want to remind you Rocky lost in the first movie. The episode opens with the exhaust from a 1971 Chevelle SS 454.

Weekly Exhaust, Episode 9

Weekly Exhaust Ep. 8: GIF Has a Hard G Cause It's Graphical

By Michael Mulvey on July 16, 2014 7:19 AM

This week Michael and Bryan discuss how age affects HRT (Hangover Recovery Time), LeBron James, Microsoft's lack of strategy, Windows 7, GIF having a hard "g" and the fact that Bryan's computer gremlins have been with him since college. F!ck those gremlins.

Weekly Exhaust, Episode 8

Around Town

By Michael Mulvey on July 13, 2014 10:23 PM

I'm still on Instagram.

Weekly Exhaust Ep. 7: We're Going to Hit Peak Pixel Very Soon

By Michael Mulvey on July 7, 2014 7:48 AM

This week Michael and Bryan discuss car alarms, avoiding tourists in New York, the bull$h!t term "authentic digital design", Bryan's continued distaste for iOS 7, the relationship of effort to making art and why copyright laws suck.

Weekly Exhaust, Episode 7

Weekly Exhaust Ep. 6: We Were In College, We Didn't Care About Facts

By Michael Mulvey on June 30, 2014 7:28 AM

This week Michael and Bryan discuss Vanna White, Yul Brynner as a robot, how HDR imaging is abused, the misconception that mobile apps are easy to make, Bryan's fear of flying, the grit of Philadelphia and growing up in the suburbs.

This episode opens with the exhaust from a 1968 Camaro Super Sport.

Weekly Exhaust, Episode 6

If you're interested in sponsoring the podcast, contact Michael.

Weekly Exhaust Ep. 5: That's How SkyNet Is Gonna Get Us

By Michael Mulvey on June 24, 2014 8:16 AM

This week Michael and Bryan discuss bandwidth speeds, the Amazon Fire Phone, the post-employment society of the near future, working less than 40 hours a week and still being productive as shit, more suckiness factors in soccer, molasses, Cumberbitches and why Wall Street sucks.

The episode opens with the exhaust from a 1969 Charger.

Weekly Exhaust, Episode 5

If you're interested in sponsoring the podcast, contact Michael.

Weekly Exhaust Ep. 4: Do You Have Rabbit Ears On Your TV?!

By Michael Mulvey on June 17, 2014 9:22 AM

This week Michael and Bryan discuss tea, coffee, the Digital Cliff, sports better and worse than soccer, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge and why Microsoft Kinect sucks.

Oh, and Al Pacino helps us express our loathing of Skype and shitty Internet service in the United States.

Weekly Exhaust, Episode 4

If you're interested in sponsoring the podcast, contact Michael.

Weekly Exhaust, The Podcast

By Michael Mulvey on May 29, 2014 8:53 AM

That's right. Your favorite contributors from Daily Exhaust—Michael Mulvey and Bryan Larrick—have taken to the digital air waves with a new podcast, Weekly Exhaust.

What is Weekly Exhaust? It's a talk show version of what you see here. Bryan and I talk about whatever the hell we feel like talking about and we do it for about an hour, once a week. This usually includes technology news, hardware, software, shitty movies, great movies, cars, art, artists and writing to name a few topics.

We (try to) record on Friday mornings, and I usually have episodes edited and posted by Sunday night. It's raw and we're still figuring things out, but stick will us and I guarantee it will keep getting better with each new episode.

You can find Weekly Exhaust on iTunes and on the official Weekly Exhaust blog.

I don't know him, but I want to give a big thank you to Dan Benjamin for generously posting his podcasting expertise on The Podcasting Handbook. I'm a big fan of Dan's 5by5 Network.

Also, a thank you to Squarespace for making it super easy to syndicate a podcast from my Squarespace blog to iTunes (Squarespace really needs to sponsor this podcast, just a suggestion).

Sometimes I Make Things

By Michael Mulvey on August 11, 2013 4:45 PM

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Don't Love the Player, Love the Game

By Michael Mulvey on July 18, 2013 4:27 PM

The new issue of The Loop magazine is out on the iOS Newsstand and features an essay by me. No shit. You can get a taste by previewing the whole issue but I suggest you download the app for iPhone and iPad.

A big thank you to Jim Dalrymple for asking me to write for it.

Publishing is going through some major upheavals right now, but it's great to see magazines like the Loop taking off and I'm excited to be a part of it.

If you like music, design, technology, games and Apple you should subscribe. A new issue is published every 2 weeks and it only costs $2 per month. A no-brainer if you ask me.

Download The Loop magazine on the App Store.

Dwell

By Michael Mulvey on May 17, 2013 2:10 PM

Looks like my project is Kickstarter of the Week in Dwell Magazine. Neato.

Pointed out to me by my friend Promila.

Jersey, Yo.

By Michael Mulvey on April 17, 2013 12:48 PM

So I've done it again. I've launched another Kickstarter project.

It's called, Grown In the Garden (State). It features 54 actors, musicians and TV personalities from my home state of New Jersey.

I'm producing a poster, a deck of cards and a couple t-shirts.

(the poster is still in-progress)

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You Can't Do It Alone

By Michael Mulvey on February 26, 2013 7:23 AM

My latest essay is up at Stemmings:

Mothers and Fathers of Inventions. Mad Scientists. Innovators. We always hear about the lone wolves, but rarely do they act alone.

Check it out.

I Found a Bar In LA With a Photo Booth That Uses Real Film

By Michael Mulvey on February 23, 2013 2:48 PM

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Don't

By Michael Mulvey on January 28, 2013 12:18 PM

I was recently asked by the founder of Stemmings, Daniel Feeney, to contribute an essay.

I decided to write about 3 things designers need to not do to find work and build a portfolio: Wait, Ask For Permission and Stop. I also designed the cover image for my essay.

Check it out.

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