30 episodes

The Appear Works Podcast covers the cross section of art, technology and community.

Make it a Pear‪!‬ Marlena Compton

    • Arts

The Appear Works Podcast covers the cross section of art, technology and community.

    I found my he(art) in San Francisco

    I found my he(art) in San Francisco

    The tale of an artist finding her he(art) in San Francisco.

    TH3RE'S A VIDEO...
    In case you start listening and want to see what I'm talking about. https://youtu.be/OrO8YO1XrMQ. AND A PLAYLIST on spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/48h6T7vQ5yFPb7quiELaGF

    A few other links:
    More about the Coit Tower Frescos
    More about David Hockney's A Bigger Exhibition
    Sketchnote School

    • 30 min
    The Social Decade Project

    The Social Decade Project

    In this episode, I begin sharing a project I've been working on for the past few months. Hear my thoughts about the social decade and how my inner visual artist has been playing with it.

    • 15 min
    Peak SF: Fat in San Francisco

    Peak SF: Fat in San Francisco

    Today I'll be talking about my journey with my body, how that was impacted by living in San Francisco and where I am today.

    Big trigger warning: I'll talking about weight, body image, eating, and all of that.

    This episode was inspired by Jennette McCurdy -- "I'm Glad My Mom Died"

    • 19 min
    No Tears for the Tech Bro Bank

    No Tears for the Tech Bro Bank

    Let's rant about the VC finance machine in general and the Silicon Valley Bank in particular. 

    • 12 min
    Don't Be That Guy

    Don't Be That Guy

    Twitter is back in the headlines as the shiny object of Elon Musk must have in his possession.

    It is also one of anchors if not “the” anchor of the San Francisco tech scene in the 2010’s. 

    This week, I'll explain why I think Elon Musk has a 50/50 chance of being Twitter's "great savior," and why his purchase of Twitter is really about an "edit" button.

    • 18 min
    You have arrived.

    You have arrived.

    Have you ever struggled to feel like you belong? Most everyone does, but it's worth examining the moments we get, and most of us do have these moments when you feel like you've arrived. If we think back, they might be small, they might not be noticeable to anyone but you, but they do happen. And this type of moment doesn't just happen for us. When does a city arrive? When does a decade arrive?

    • 10 min

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