All Things Interesting

All Things Interesting
The All Things Interesting Podcast

#26: Kim Aava – On 3D Design and Increasing Diversity in the Game Development Industry
Jul 6 • 95 min
Kim Aava is a lead 3D artist and the founder of Gamedevforce which is focused on increasing diversity in the game industry. She currently working for DICE in Stockholm Sweden and has been in the industry since 2014. Kim has worked on games including…
#25: Melissa Brennan - On the Climate of the News Industry, Broadcast Journalism, and How We Consume Media Today
Jun 21 • 83 min
Melissa Brennan (@melissabbbrennan) is the Weekday Morning Anchor and Digital Trends Analyst at WLNS-TV 6 in Lansing, Michigan. Melissa graduated from the Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication where she…
#24: Vermin Supreme - He’s Running For President With a Boot on His Head. Are you in on the Joke?
Jun 8 • 91 min
Vermin Supreme is a performance artist and activist who is currently running as a presidential candidate for the 2020 presidential election under the libertarian party. He has run as a candidate in various local, state, and national elections in the…
#23: Roshawn Terrell - AI, Exploring The Nature of Intelligence in the Universe, Vectorspace AI, and CERN
May 25 • 108 min
Roshawn Terrell is an artificial intelligence researcher, information theorist, and cognitive scientist who studies the fundamental nature of intelligence in the universe. He has authored multiple theories and ideas on the brain, including - A New Theory…
#22: Nate Bagley - On Ridding The World of Mediocre Love
May 10 • 86 min
Nate Bagley is a marriage researcher and educator whose mission is to rid the world of mediocre love. His passion is helping people DO the things that make their relationships extraordinary. In 2012, Nate did a cross-country road trip where he interviewed…
#21: Aja Gyimah – Diet, Nutrition, and Staying Well While Social Distancing
Apr 25 • 85 min
Aja Gyimah is a former elite athlete and, now, a registered dietitian specializing in exercise and sports nutrition. Gyimah works with a range of clients from athletes at all levels and those struggling with eating healthy while social distancing. She is…
#20: Dr. Gordon Chiu – Covid-19 and How to Create Capable Scientists in a Discriminating World
Apr 13 • 98 min
Dr. Gordon Chiu is a visionary, an inventor, an entrepreneur, public speaker, lecturer, corporate advisor, father and an educator. He has a series patents and collaborations with multiple universities. He gave his first Tedx talk in 2014 in the field of…
#19: Richard X Zawitz: Art, Tangle, and Achieving Peace Through Creativity
Mar 30 • 77 min
Richard X Zawitz is a sculptor, inventor and Thaumaturgist. He is well known for creating the Tangle which has sold of 100 million editions globally. Zawitz’s work in sculpture has been devoted to manifesting essences and energies of Chinese Taoism, Zen,…
#18: Anthony Gold - Building Positive Frameworks, Entrepreneurship, and Empowering Women in Technology
Mar 16 • 105 min
Anthony Gold is an investor, entrepreneur, leader in the open source movement, and advocate for equality in the work place. Anthony has co-founder and advised on many companies including the Open Source Alliance, ROAR for Good, TechGirlz, HeForSWE, and…
#17: Jay Solomon - Qasem Soleimani, Iran’s Retaliation, and the NPT
Mar 2 • 63 min
Jay Solomon returns to the All Things Interesting Podcast! Jay is an author and an award-winning journalist who formerly served as the chief foreign correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Mr. Solomon is an expert on Iran’s and North Korea’s nuclear…
#16: Scott Adams – On Creating Dilbert, Positive Affirmations, and Loser Think
Feb 18 • 104 min
Scott Adams is the creator behind the well renowned Dilbert Comic strip, author of several books, and entrepreneur. Adam’s books include, Win Bigly, Loser Think, and How to Fail at Almost Anything and Still Wing Big. He credits much of his success in his…
#15: Frederick Woodruff - Astrology, Culture, and the Search for Meaning
Feb 3 • 107 min
Frederick Woodruff is a professional astrologer from Vashon Island in Washington State. He writes regularly on the merger of popular culture and astrology on his website His latest book, Skywriter: Notes on Modern Astrology is available…
#14: John Wendel – Fatal1ty, Professional Gaming, and The Future of eSports
Jan 20 • 99 min
Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel is an early pioneer of competitive gaming and was once considered to be one of the best professional gamers in the world. He Founded Fatal1ty which licenses the brand to gaming hardware and accessory manufacturers. Johnathan…
#13: September Cowley - Linguistics, Language Acquisition, and Miscommunication
Jan 7 • 103 min
September Cowley is a 3rd year linguistics PhD Student at UC San Diego. Her focuses include, second language acquisition, miscommunication, and sociolinguistics. As part of her goal to make knowledge about language and language science more widely…
#12: Dan Schilling - Black Hawk Down, John Chapman, Combat Control, and Developing Discipline
Dec 24, 2019 • 120 min
Dan Schilling is an author and a former combat controller. He is well known for serving in Operation Gothic Serpent (Black Hawk Down) and writing Alone at Dawn which details the story of Medal of Honor recipient John Chapman. Schilling holds the Guinness…
#11: Idan Ariel - Addiction and The Pro Human Stance
Dec 10, 2019 • 89 min
Idan Ariel is a clinical Psychology PhD specializing in treating and researching addiction. He recently published the book, “Addiction: Is It Right For You?” on how to be a better addict.
#10: Michael Maher - On Building a Successful Brand, Embracing Change, and Overcoming Adversity
Nov 26, 2019 • 69 min
Michael Maher is the co-founder of the San Francisco based apparel company, Taylor Stitch. Inspired & Designed in California, Taylor Stitch apparel is constructed to perfection and responsibly built for the long haul. Maher shares his thoughts on the…
#9: Ewen Levick - If aliens are out there, why are they hiding?
Nov 12, 2019 • 50 min
Ewen Levick is a journalist and author of the book Overland. In his return to the All Things Interesting Podcast, we discusses his latest article on “If Aliens are Out There, Why are They Hiding?”. An editor for Australian Defense Magazine, Ewen writes on…
#8: James Johnson - Skilled Negotiation and The Art of Communication
Oct 29, 2019 • 67 min
James Johnson is a professional negotiator and author of “Skilled Negotiation”. He has over thirty years of experience in Skilled negotiation, providing training, coaching, and consulting for individuals and businesses. His book offers decades of lessons…
#7: Alex Chan - Hong Kong, Activism, and The Fight for a Greater Democracy
Oct 15, 2019 • 58 min
Alex Chan is a Hong Kong citizen and an activist participating in the current Extradition Bill protests. He also took part in the in the 2014 Umbrella Protests in Hong Kong. Chan shares his personal experiences being on the ground floor of the protests…
#6: Jay Solomon - Iran, North Korea, and Nuclear Proliferation
Sep 23, 2019 • 81 min
Jay Solomon is an author and an award-winning journalist who formerly served as the chief foreign correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Mr. Solomon is an expert on Iran’s and North Korea’s nuclear programs and weapons proliferation networks in the…
#5: Ivan Kutskir - Founder and creator of
Sep 3, 2019 • 56 min
Ivan Kutskir is the founder and creator of the web based advanced image editor, A 28 year old graduate of the Charles University in Prague, Ivan lives in Prague, Czech Republic. At the Charles University, he received his Bachelor’s in…
#4: Robert Smat - Up and Coming Writer and Director
Aug 27, 2019 • 80 min
Robert Smat is an up and coming writer and director. His feature film debut, The Last Whistle, recently released Summer 2019. Consistently scoring high marks upon its release, The Last Whistle was filmed in 13 days on a budget of $125,000. Smat’s script…
#3: Ewen Levick - On Biking through Mongolia and Embracing Adventure
Aug 11, 2019 • 86 min
Ewen Levick is the author of the book Overland. A true story of his journey from Australia to Switzerland without flying. From the deserts of Australia, to the plains of Mongolia, Ewen’s travels are filled with twist and turns as he navigates across Asia…
#2: Dr. William Rassman - Hair Transplant Surgeon and Pioneer on Hair Loss and Innovation
Jul 30, 2019 • 100 min
Dr. William Rassman is a world leader in hair transplant technology, having pioneered the Follicular Unit Transplantand the Follicular Unit Extraction Technology. His most renowned accomplishment is the commercialization of the intro-aortic balloon pump…
#1: Kasian Franks - Vector Space AI, Blockchain, Machine Learning, and AI
Jul 10, 2019 • 84 min
Exploring AI, machine learning, universal basic income, blockchain technology, and Vector Space AI with Kasian Franks. Kasian Franks is a serial tech entrepreneur with decades of experience in the bio and life science industries as a computer engineer.