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Designer, poet, grocer… Blowing Bubbles

August 19, 2021


Designer, poet, grocer Bird, spider, island Engineer, painter, photographer Weaver, planner, musician Spain, Argentina, Kawerau Chef, scientist, singer. No two days the same of people being positive but not deluded on Blowing Bubbles. (Updating the Episode list for Blowing Bubbles). 239. Mark Baxter in North Dunedin Petrolheaded Socialist 240. Rosemary Penwarden in Waitati Directly Peaceful Bubbles […]

More Amazing Bubbles

May 6, 2021


What do an archeologist, an aspiring engineer, an animator, a couple of agile art gallery owners, an activator of community, another activator of community, an awesome swimmer, an academic tourist, an auditor of waste, an academic activist, a gamer, a vicar and Suzy Cato all have in common? You can hear them all being positive […]

Blowing Bubbles – Positively Podcasting Covid

June 5, 2020


At the start of the Covid Lockdown we were asked to a daily radio show/podcast: Blowing Bubbles.  It is broadcast on Otago Access Radio (3pm NZ) and podcast from there and Positive conversations with people in their bubbles around the world. We’re going for a conversation a bit like Sustainable Lens but with […]

What’s your favourite quote?

July 17, 2013


There’s lots for computing folks to take on board in this round up of recent guests on Enjoy. Tell us which is your favourite quote in the comments.

Sustainable computing on the radio (and Pod)

May 30, 2012


I run a weekly sustainability-focussed radio show “Sustainable Lens: resilience on radio“. At CHI 2012 I took the opportunity to record conversations with an amazing group of colleagues working at the intersection of sustainability and technology. The shows are scheduled for the next six weeks: May 31st: Dr Bill Tomlinson (these links to their homepages, […]