November 15, 2011

Worth Reading: Cartoonist Hugh MacLeod’s “Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination”

Like some of the previously reviewed books, looks good without the jacket.

Following the review of Behance Founder and CEO Scott Belsky’s “Making Ideas Happen”, my collaborator Joe Giovenco and I review “Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination” by Hugh MacLeod, who is known for his “social objects in cartoon form” and writing about creativity. His daily newsletter speaks to the pulse of passion and purpose—ultimately, as MacLeod emphasizes: “To unify work and love.”

Total time: 20:52

Big thanks to Tiffany Liao of Portfolio for the speedy delivery of review copies. And big thanks again to Joe for collaborating on the review and for lending his recording tools and space, plus a feast which helped the appetite while recording.

Sausages, dill cheese curds, truffle cheddar and apple, hand-picked from an orchard

Episode notes: Hugh MacLeod’s “cube grenades”: cartoons as the future of marketing / Stanford University Commencement Speech by Steve Jobs / “Think Different” commercial narrated by Steve Jobs

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