Writer Dave Olson speaks about his personal experiences, explaining his view on art, and how to be a sucessful creator. He shares his opinions on how to develop and maintain a personal vision, and examines the space where vision and audience intersect.
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Why Opening My House on Airbnb was the Best Thing I've Ever Done
BY BRUNA CASTRO
@ VOL 5
ON JUL 10, 2015
Bruna Castro owns one of the most disputed houses of Airbnb in Brazil and has learned a lot from hosting people from all over the world. (In Portuguese)
A Few Things I've Learned About Online Dating
BY SHANNON TURNER
@ VOL 25
ON AUG 09, 2015
"Gentlemen, learn how to have a good conversations...[It's] like a tennis match. It's back and forth?"
In A Few Things I've Learned About Online Dating from PechaKucha Night Atlanta Vol. 25, Shannon Turner takes the mic with some advice for the fellas out there who might be prowling the interwebs looking for love. Profile photos, balancing weird against honest, what not to do's, etc. Listen as Shannon brings her wisdom to this sometime murky place called "online love" and perhaps come away with some dropped knowledge, like this nugget: "Gentlemen, learn how to have a good conversations...[It's] like a tennis match. It's back and forth."
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, December 3rd, 2015.
Things I Learned in a Barber Shop
BY CRAIG FOLTOS
@ VOL 2
ON FEB 29, 2016
Joe Foltos was a full-time barber and a part-time policeman in Batavia, Illinois. As his son, Craig Foltos, was growing up, the lessons learned in his father’s shop set the foundation for the man Craig is today. In his presentation, he describes some of the things he learned while operating Foltos’ Tonsorial Parlor for over 40 years.
My Top 20 of things I've learned about the UK and things I don't yet understand
BY SUSAN SCHWEITZER
@ VOL 34
ON DEC 05, 2017
Susan Schweitzer immigrated to the UK from the US 7 years ago. Here, she presents her Top 20 of things that she has learned about the UK in that time and all the things she doesn't yet understand.