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February 27 2014


January 31 2014


5by5 | On Taking Pictures #92: The Analogy of the Sphere

This week, we chime in on a recent NY Times article that questions the new definition of photography. http://5by5.tv/otp/92

5by5 | On Taking Pictures #91: Isn’t That The Fun Of It?

This week, a discussion about The Secret Life of Walter Mitty gets us talking about art http://5by5.tv/otp/91

November 04 2013


Tom Meets A Future NPR Host In The Making

Late on Halloween night, we received an email from a fan whose young child had gone as On Point host Tom Ashbrook for an evening of trick-or-treating. It was a pretty good likeness, so naturally we invited the would-be NPR host of the future into our studio for a chance to meet his costume inspiration, and for Tom to see what his future competition looks like.

Nolan is all of one-and-a-half, but he definitely looks like he’s ready to hop in the host seat and take over our next hour of air time.

Nolan was at times more interested in the lights and sound of the studio than our conversation with author and novelist Ann Patchett, but he sat through a whole half-hour of programming in order to meet Tom after the show.

We thank Nolan’s parents for sharing their wonderful Halloween photo with us, and for joining us in studio today. Is Nolan really the face of NPR’s future? Our staff certainly thinks so — more than a few producers have already played around with the idea of ‘On Point With Nolan Tosh,’ starting next Monday. Stay tuned for the pending host coup.

October 29 2013


5by5 | On Taking Pictures #35: Justification After the Fact

It's the last episode of 2012 so we conquer comment trolls, Fuji's lack of auto-focus, and whether historical artistic perspective matters at all anyway. http://5by5.tv/otp/35

5by5 | On Taking Pictures #74: Self-Deluding Defense Mechanism

This week, we’re chewing on the the idea of you as your brand and we’re talking blogs, logos, portfolios and more. http://5by5.tv/otp/74

5by5 | On Taking Pictures #42: That’s Just Going to the Driving Range

Style vs Fashion and How do you develop a style anyway? http://5by5.tv/otp/42

October 15 2013


5by5 | On Taking Pictures #77: Knowing Which Mistakes To Keep

This week, we talk about the creative work we do and why we do it. http://5by5.tv/otp/77

June 28 2013


KPCC Interview with founder of Vintage Los Angeles Website Alison Martino

June 26 2013


On Taking Pictures #61: Happenstance Threw It Over The Line

This week, we wrestle with “good enough”; what does it really mean, and who gets to decide? Where do we draw the line between homage and just plain thievery? Plus, documentary photographer Martin Parr is our Photographer of the Week.

April 10 2013


5by5 | On Taking Pictures #50: Tortured Plateau

To tag or not to tag? Folder structure, naming conventions, file formats and overall workflow ideas in this week’s show. http://5by5.tv/otp/50

August 14 2012


James Alison: Exploring the New Testament clobber texts - Media - Greenbelt Festival


James Alison: Dealing with the Clobber Texts - Media - Greenbelt Festival


Padraig O Tuama: How do you spell hell? - Media - Greenbelt Festival

June 27 2011


Honey badger hijinks in space with a nasal appendage - ABC Tasmania - Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)

On Episode 17 of the podcast, we mentioned quite a few odd things which you might want to see for yourself: the honey badger, web comics, space photos and a nose extension. First up, our Geek of the W - Honey badger hijinks in space with a nasal appendage http://blogs.abc.net.au/tasmania/2011/06/honey-badger-hijinks-in-space-with-a-nasal-appendage.html?site=hobart&program=hobart_nerdzilla
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