The AV Club describes Marc Russel's new comic book as, "a combination of exceptional artwork, witty satire, and thoughtful character work." ComicBookReview called it the most socially relevant new comic of 2016. All this, and it's a Flintstones reboot. Here, Marc explains how and why.
This year, at the MS Office Specialist World Championship, only one gold was taken home by an American. The event was Powerpoint, and the winner was 17-year-old Ryan Catalfu. Here, he explains how and why.
Cardistry is like magic, except all the fancy fingerwork and knucklebusting is out in the open for all to see. In addition to being one of the most popular cardists Zach started Fontaine's, his own brand of cards. Here, he explains how and why.
Before you listen, spend a minute or two on Zach's YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/zachmonky
Julia Collins is the CEO of Zume Pizza, a pizza delivery service that uses robots to assist in making the pizza. Zume also has trucks filled with ovens that turn on and start baking your pizza as it’s being delivered to you. Here, Julia explains how and why.
After millions watched his finger-dancing videos on YouTube, Marvel hired JayFunk to choreograph the hand motions for the film Doctor Strange. Here, he explains how and why.
Before you listen, check out some of Jay's videos on his YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/JayFunkY
In this rerun of one of Jeff’s all-time favorite episodes, extreme cleaning specialist Matt Paxton explains how he helps those who just can’t stop collecting things.
Check out Matt’s site at ClutterCleaner.com
Andrew Seklir and Tim Kinzy made a documentary called"Man vs Snake: The Long & Twisted Tail of Nibbler." The film depicts the multi-day marathon sessions required to get a high score in the obscure arcade game Nibbler. Here, they explain how they made the movie and why.