Jan 5, 2016
Jaya Gibson and David Binstead cogitate and deliberate over their respective years' [including twiCE - innovation, creativity and social enterprise] podcasting, and look forward to 2016. This shorter than usual .5 episode has 50% less people and 100% less beer, but is no less insightful, nor lacking in amusement for the format shift. Normal service (guests, topics, beers) resumes from episode 10, publishing around 19th January 2016.
NOTE: As CLEARLY indicated in iTunes this episode contains some swearing and general mayhem becoming of sometimes challenging street theatre.
Show notes and links:
Episode 10 guests - Brie Sherow from Life in Vacant Spaces and possible chaos with two (yet to be confirmed) World Buskers Festival #WBF2016 performers.
Supported by: C-Lab co-work space - Drop-in desk-space from NZ$20 a day, or NZ$200 month. Possibly NZ's fastest broadband...
twiCE - two weeks in creative endeavour. A podcast with the people involved with innovation, creativity, and social enterprise (however tenuously) from Christchurch, New Zealand. twiCE guests and co-hosts gather fortnightly to discuss current and upcoming projects, events and happenings, then dive into a couple diverse topics accompanied by craft beer. Hosted, produced and edited by David Binstead, with regular co-host Jaya Gibson and occasional guest co-hosts.
twiCE #9.5: ©43words 2016
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