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Enjoying Postcards with Jack and Dylon - Episode #22

Enjoying Postcards with Jack and Dylon - Episode #22

Jack and Dylon's Daily Video Podcast [The Shorter Film] Is it an ad, is it educational, is it entertaining?  This film challenges all convention by introducing two characters the likes of which you have never met before.  Such as, is it inconceivable to conclude a creative commons share-a-like film with a direct link supporting creators as opposed to a tangle of legalities?

Jack and Dylon's Daily Video Podcast [The Shorter Film] Is it an ad, is it educational, is it entertaining? This film challenges all convention by introducing two characters the likes of which you have never met before. Such as, is it inconceivable to conclude a creative commons share-a-like film with a direct link supporting creators as opposed to a tangle of legalities?

Belfast Ginger Ale [Episode #230] I was so excited about today’s St. Patrick’s episode of Jack and Dylon’s Daily Video Podcast featuring Ross’s Royal Belfast Ginger Ale that I was literally dreaming about it last night. Still not sure about the real meaning of this and similar incongruous postcards that we’ve discovered. Sometimes I wonder if the stranger messages aren’t some kind of super clever plain sight code or cipher?

Belfast Ginger Ale [Episode #230] I was so excited about today’s St. Patrick’s episode of Jack and Dylon’s Daily Video Podcast featuring Ross’s Royal Belfast Ginger Ale that I was literally dreaming about it last night. Still not sure about the real meaning of this and similar incongruous postcards that we’ve discovered. Sometimes I wonder if the stranger messages aren’t some kind of super clever plain sight code or cipher?

The Crunch Week One [Episode #225] We’re coming down to the wire with pre-production for our 2017 Manitoulin Colouring Book. In order to have a print sample ready for test printing during the first week of April, I need to complete a page just about every day for the month of March. Remember, this is the first time I’ve ever done anything like this. Learning to draw from scratch (pun intended) has been an arduous, yet highly rewarding process. In this episode you can already you can hear me…

The Crunch Week One [Episode #225] We’re coming down to the wire with pre-production for our 2017 Manitoulin Colouring Book. In order to have a print sample ready for test printing during the first week of April, I need to complete a page just about every day for the month of March. Remember, this is the first time I’ve ever done anything like this. Learning to draw from scratch (pun intended) has been an arduous, yet highly rewarding process. In this episode you can already you can hear me…

A Real Galt Trip [Episode #228] Meanwhile, Staple Inn is a Tudor building on the south side of High Holborn street in the City of London, England. Located near Chancery Lane tube station, it is used as the London venue for meetings of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, and is the last surviving Inn of Chancery.

A Real Galt Trip [Episode #228] Meanwhile, Staple Inn is a Tudor building on the south side of High Holborn street in the City of London, England. Located near Chancery Lane tube station, it is used as the London venue for meetings of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, and is the last surviving Inn of Chancery.

The Island of Marken [Episode #226] Marken is a former island in the Markermeer. This peninsula remains a popular seaside getaway that’s reachable via a long causeway or a reliable fleet of ferries. Locals and international tourists alike flock to the island to take in its scenic views and enjoy its rich cultural history, such as the preserved fishing culture.

The Island of Marken [Episode #226] Marken is a former island in the Markermeer. This peninsula remains a popular seaside getaway that’s reachable via a long causeway or a reliable fleet of ferries. Locals and international tourists alike flock to the island to take in its scenic views and enjoy its rich cultural history, such as the preserved fishing culture.

Out of the Black Sea [Episode #227] Meanwhile, Galatasaray Spor Kulübü, also known simply as Galatasaray, is a Turkish professional football club based on the European side of the city of Istanbul in Turkey.

Out of the Black Sea [Episode #227] Meanwhile, Galatasaray Spor Kulübü, also known simply as Galatasaray, is a Turkish professional football club based on the European side of the city of Istanbul in Turkey.

One-Room School Highlights [Episode #229] As if learning how to draw from scratch wasn’t challenging enough, we’ve also set out to document the creative process with our daily video podcasts. It’s definitely not easy juggling a camera and microphone around my workstation and drawing tablet. But after distilling about 12 minutes of yesterday’s footage into the highlights of today’s minute long project update, I think the final documentation is well worth any temporary inconvenience.

One-Room School Highlights [Episode #229] As if learning how to draw from scratch wasn’t challenging enough, we’ve also set out to document the creative process with our daily video podcasts. It’s definitely not easy juggling a camera and microphone around my workstation and drawing tablet. But after distilling about 12 minutes of yesterday’s footage into the highlights of today’s minute long project update, I think the final documentation is well worth any temporary inconvenience.

A Portrait of Dylon [Episode #224] During yesterday's episode of Jack and Dylon's Daily Video Podcast I promised to post some time lapse images of Jack Whyte's #GeekGamerAuthor, but ended up saving them for this short video feature some funky modem music I found on hitRECord.

A Portrait of Dylon [Episode #224] During yesterday's episode of Jack and Dylon's Daily Video Podcast I promised to post some time lapse images of Jack Whyte's #GeekGamerAuthor, but ended up saving them for this short video feature some funky modem music I found on hitRECord.

King Square, St. John [Episode #222] Today’s vintage postcard from 1906 St John New Brunswick marks the transition between undivided and divided backs that occurred during the Edwardian era and eventual reformation of postcard related postage.

King Square, St. John [Episode #222] Today’s vintage postcard from 1906 St John New Brunswick marks the transition between undivided and divided backs that occurred during the Edwardian era and eventual reformation of postcard related postage.

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