A Different Way of Looking at Traffic with Nigel Paul Villarete

A Different Way of Looking at Traffic with Nigel Paul Villarete

A few years ago, I was so frustrated with spending hours and hours in my car, I decided to give cycling as a commute a try. That decision changed my life. I now have more time to spend with my family, I'm spending less money on my car, and I've never been more fit in...

A Different Way of Looking at Traffic with Nigel Paul Villarete

A few years ago, I was so frustrated with spending hours and hours in my car, I decided to give cycling as a commute a try. That decision changed my life. I now have more time to spend with my family, I'm spending less money on my car, and I've never been more fit in...

Finding Your Freelancing Place with Ezekiel Sullano

The beauty about working today is that there are so many options available to you. You can be a photographer, a videographer, a graphic artist, a virtual assistant, a coder, or a combination of these things. It's not uncommon to find people doing all sorts of...

The Virtues of DIY with Erik Tuban

Do it yourself. Those three words have spawned generations of creation. It's tempting to think of accomplished creators as individuals who have a team behind them, but we forget that many of them started out literally doing it themselves, toiling away quietly before...

How to Start a Business Late in Life with Bunny Pages

Starting a business is a huge creative pursuit. It requires plenty of knowledge and patience, but at the same time, you need to come up with creative solutions to problems. One of the biggest problems when starting a business is making that choice to start. That's...

The Good in the Struggle of Art with Mark Copino “Kidlat”

Talking to artists is a treat. It takes a certain kind of person to bet on themselves and say, "I'm going to be an artist." Especially when the generation before us was dominated with a sense of "practicality" and "sensibility" - ie. Getting a "real" job. After my...

Growing Up Trans in Cebu with Van Go

I started this interview with an apology. I'll be the first to admit that I don't know much about the LGBT community. All the more reason to talk to somebody to learn from. What are the issues plaguing the community? What might it be like to be in their shoes? I first...

How Zerothreetwo Approaches Online Marketing with Kahlil Corazo

This episode is a little different from our usual flavor. Instead of interviewing a creative, we decided to record a discussion I had with Kahlil Corazo. It started with this email. Bai, I'm helping this guy I met in the Netherlands. He wants to create content and...

The 80/20 Principle for Introverts with Meream Pacayra

A few months ago, I was chatting with a good friend of mine. Then he surprised me by stating something that was in retrospect really obvious. He said that I was an introvert. We were talking about attending a few parties and I wasn't very interested in going. Then he...

On LGBTQIA, Hormones, and Gay Marriage with Jude Bacalso

Ever since starting this podcast, I've gotten a deeper understanding of different communities, especially communities that I know nothing about. For example, the LGBTQIA is something very foreign to me. With that in mind, I talked to Jude Bacalso. Where to start when...

Skateboarding is a Bad idea with Dani Bautista

In the past two years, I've learned a few things from interviewing skateboarders. Skateboarding teaches persistence, the ability to think for yourself, and helps give a sense of purpose. If that's not something you want for yourself, then stay away from skateboarding....

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