Back to the ones and twos today with yours really on the show today. I originally had big plans to turn this episode into a semi-annual version of the annual reviews, which are among the podcast's most popular episodes.
Then everything went pear-shaped, and in the end, I talked to myself about the future of work, survival bias, and more.
There'll be a breakdown next week and we'll be back with the guests.
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This may come as a surprise to most of the listeners to the podcast, but this week I set up a case on the Patreon podcast regarding this David Fincher knows what he's doing.
His reporting enables the beautiful images that tarnish his films, and on the podcast I am trying to figure out how we can incorporate what he does into our own projects (a fancy word for theft).
The logic is simple. His films look good. I want my things to look good. So I'll find out what he's doing and do more of it. Only time will tell if my master plan actually works.
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