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A podcast about the process of making Pendora’s first (and probably last) print issue, live, from brainstorming to printing, as it is happening. If you happen to listen to it, have fun and buy the magazine at the end.

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Episode 3: Netflix Dating, Choice Paralysis

What to watch on Netflix on a Friday night? Which dating app will find you your soulmate? Hang the DJ. The more choices we have the more freedom we have, except there is a point where too many choices paralyse us and we are unable to choose. And even if we do overcome the paralysis, we are not satisfied with our choice because our time and effort investment has raised our expectations too high.

--SEP 12
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Episode 3: Netflix Dating, Choice Paralysis

Episode 2: Apple vs Android, Cancel Spotify & Planned Obsolescence

Ineconomicsandindustrial design,planned obsolescence(also calledbuilt-in obsolescenceorpremature obsolescence) is a policy of planning or designing aproductwith an artificially limiteduseful life, so that it becomesobsolete(i.e., unfashionable, or no longer functional) after a certain period of time. The rationale behind this strategy is to generate long-term sales volume by reducing the time between repeat purchases (referred to as "shortening the replacement cycle").It is the deliberate shortening of a lifespan of a product to force consumers to purchase replacements. - Wikipedia

--AUG 29
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Episode 2: Apple vs Android, Cancel Spotify & Planned Obsolescence

Episode 1: "Dead Slow"

Welcome to this podcast about the process of making Pendora’s first (and probably last) print issue, live, from brainstorming to printing, as it is happening. If you happen to listen to it, have fun and buy the magazine at the end. This episode is about pitching the initial ideas and working with the themes, bouncing off one another to see what sticks and how to proceed. Step one.

--AUG 26
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Episode 1: "Dead Slow"
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Latest Episodes

Episode 3: Netflix Dating, Choice Paralysis

What to watch on Netflix on a Friday night? Which dating app will find you your soulmate? Hang the DJ. The more choices we have the more freedom we have, except there is a point where too many choices paralyse us and we are unable to choose. And even if we do overcome the paralysis, we are not satisfied with our choice because our time and effort investment has raised our expectations too high.

--SEP 12
Comments
Episode 3: Netflix Dating, Choice Paralysis

Episode 2: Apple vs Android, Cancel Spotify & Planned Obsolescence

Ineconomicsandindustrial design,planned obsolescence(also calledbuilt-in obsolescenceorpremature obsolescence) is a policy of planning or designing aproductwith an artificially limiteduseful life, so that it becomesobsolete(i.e., unfashionable, or no longer functional) after a certain period of time. The rationale behind this strategy is to generate long-term sales volume by reducing the time between repeat purchases (referred to as "shortening the replacement cycle").It is the deliberate shortening of a lifespan of a product to force consumers to purchase replacements. - Wikipedia

--AUG 29
Comments
Episode 2: Apple vs Android, Cancel Spotify & Planned Obsolescence

Episode 1: "Dead Slow"

Welcome to this podcast about the process of making Pendora’s first (and probably last) print issue, live, from brainstorming to printing, as it is happening. If you happen to listen to it, have fun and buy the magazine at the end. This episode is about pitching the initial ideas and working with the themes, bouncing off one another to see what sticks and how to proceed. Step one.

--AUG 26
Comments
Episode 1: "Dead Slow"
the END
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