In short, life happened.
For starters, The Indy Podcast is something I love, and it isn’t dead. That said, it’s not my full-time job, which already takes up as many as 60 hours of my weeks. Also, it’s the summer, which means I’m traveling a lot. Chicago, NYC, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a train trip across the western part of the country, and a week in California are all on the docket. Also, the summer is for outdoorsy stuff, and the Indy Podcast has largely been an indoors endeavor. Continue reading “Whatever Happened to the Indy Podcast?”
In this episode of The Indy Podcast I sat down with Anita Johnson, the proprietor of Great Fermentations, a retailer that sells craft home-brewing supplies and gives expertise to those interested in making their own beer and wine. Anita is a true beer-lover and has been for decades. We had an excellent conversation in which we talked about the history of Great Fermentations, craft beer and home-brewing in Indy, and what beer culture means to the city. Continue reading “Indy Podcast Episode #6: Great Fermentations”
Drones (or Unmanned Aerial Systems, if you’re the FAA) are becoming more and more popular as a platforms for creatives to capture aerial views that previously would have only been possible with access to a helicopter. Obviously a drone costs a lot less than a helicopter, and learning to fly one is considerably easier. The Snodgrass brothers—owners of startup Sigma Flight Systems—are looking to make drones even more accessible. Continue reading “Drone in the Park”
The Athenians had an oath for someone who was about to become a citizen. They had to swear that ‘I shall leave the city not less but more beautiful than I found it.’
-Richard Rogers, Architect
The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle states that it is impossible to observe something without in some way fundamentally changing that which you are observing. I have a friend who recently completed an academic thesis regarding measurement as a concept with many facets, and in the context of a conversation about her thesis, an idea I had came up. Continue reading “Telling a City’s Story”