43 episodes

Host Jackson Steger interviews leaders that are building new cities and other new models of living for digital nomads, creators and remote workers.

Campfire is produced by Cabin, which is building a new kind of city for creators called a network city. Our community is developing  a global coliving network of physical locations that we call neighborhoods. Neighborhoods are full of builders, gardeners, creators, and more. Learn more about Cabin at cabin.city

Campfire: A City Building Podcast Jackson Steger

    • Technology

Host Jackson Steger interviews leaders that are building new cities and other new models of living for digital nomads, creators and remote workers.

Campfire is produced by Cabin, which is building a new kind of city for creators called a network city. Our community is developing  a global coliving network of physical locations that we call neighborhoods. Neighborhoods are full of builders, gardeners, creators, and more. Learn more about Cabin at cabin.city

    #42 Vibecamp: Physical Manifestations of Digital Connections with Brooke Bowman ft. Grin

    #42 Vibecamp: Physical Manifestations of Digital Connections with Brooke Bowman ft. Grin

    Vibecamp started as way for Twitter mutuals to meet IRL. Since then, it has evolved into one of the largest gatherings of humans who met on the internet. Founders Brooke and Grin gather around the Campfire to share the history and lessons learned in of the most well-known "unconferences" in the Twitter universe.

    Next week, they're hosting a special event to celebrate the once-in-a-generation eclipse crossing over most of North America. You can learn more about that event (or their flagship gathering) at vibe.camp.

    Campfire is produced by Cabin, which is a group of internet friends building a network of modern villages. For more about how to get involved, visit cabin.city today.

    • 36 min
    #41 Gehl: Making Cities for People w Helle Søholt and Ghigo DiTommaso

    #41 Gehl: Making Cities for People w Helle Søholt and Ghigo DiTommaso

    Gehl Partners is one of the most reputable urban design firms in the world. They have transformed Google campuses, downtown Santa Monica, and a number of other well-known developments around the globe over the last several decades. Everything they do is through a lens of designing cities for people, not cars.

    We were fortunate to be joined by both Helle Søholt and Ghigo DiTommaso this episode. Helle is CEO and a founding partner of Gehl. Ghigo leads Gehl's team advising real estate developers on neighborhood strategies, masterplanning, and community engagement.

    We discussed the history of Gehl, its approach to urban design, and how it is implementing projects in cities all around the world. There are ton of valuable lessons in here for neighborhood developers and urban designers. You can learn more about their work at gehlpeople.com

    Campfire is produced by Cabin, which is a group of internet friends building a network of modern villages. For more about how to get involved, visit cabin.city today.

    • 38 min
    #40 Vivify: Regenerative Leadership with Dom Francks

    #40 Vivify: Regenerative Leadership with Dom Francks

    Dom Francks joins the show to share the benefits of developing regenerative leadership skills. We discuss the importance of immersion in nature, the role of guides in wilderness experiences, and how to live a nomadic lifestyle that connects with nature. He also offered listeners of this podcast $500 his new regenerative leadership course VIVIFY, which you can learn more about at domfrancks.com/vivify

    • 31 min
    #39 Dutch Cycling Embassy: The Intertwined Future of Biking and Cities with Chris Bruntlett

    #39 Dutch Cycling Embassy: The Intertwined Future of Biking and Cities with Chris Bruntlett

    The Dutch Cycling Embassy is a public private network for sustainable bicycle inclusive mobility. They serve as intermediaries between Dutch cycling and city leadership around the world. They represent the best of Dutch Cycling knowledge and lean on their experts from private companies, NGO’s, research institutions, national and local governments.

    Chris Bruntlett of DCE joins Campfire to share how cities around the world work with the DCE to improve their infrastructure, and why this is a thing that the best cities in the world

    Campfire is produced by Cabin, which is comprised of internet friends building a global network of modern villages. Learn more at cabin.city

    Read more about the future of living at futureofliving.substack.com

    Twitter:
    DCE: https://twitter.com/Cycling_Embassy
    Jackson Steger https://twitter.com/JacksonSteger

    Topics include:
    Introduction and Cultural History of Cycling in the Netherlands
    Mission and Purpose of the Dutch Cycling Embassy
    Transformation of Dutch Cities and the Potential for Change in Other Cities
    Designing Future Cities with Cycling Infrastructure
    Benefits of Cycling for a Nation, City, and Individual
    Projects and Innovations in Cycling Infrastructure Around the World
    Strategies for Accelerating the Adoption of Cycling Infrastructure
    Developments at the Intersection of Cycling and Technology
    Creating Win-Win Situations for Cyclists and Motorists

    • 34 min
    #38 Kommu: A Homeswap Network Built on Trust with Bo Abrams

    #38 Kommu: A Homeswap Network Built on Trust with Bo Abrams

    Bo Abrams is the CEO and cofounder of Kommu. Kommu is more than just a homeswapping network. Kommu is a platform that enables users to connect and swap homes with trusted friends and friends of friends. The platform focuses on building trust and reputation within the app to ensure safe and reliable exchanges. Jackson asks Bo about the Kommu origin story, how it plans to grow to compete with Airbnb, how to avoid the same regulations that short-term rentals face, and on the nuance between nomad and semi-nomad categories. You can learn more about Kommu at GoKommu.com
    Learn more about Cabin at cabin.city and about the future of living at futureofliving.substack.com

    • 34 min
    #37 Homesteading, Homeschooling, and Home Economics with Ashley (Colby) Fitzgerald and Grin

    #37 Homesteading, Homeschooling, and Home Economics with Ashley (Colby) Fitzgerald and Grin

    Ashley Colby Fitzgerald is a cohost of Doomer Optimism and founder of the Rizoma Field School. This episode explores how to prep for periods of instability, varying methods of homeschool, localism, agroecology, relationships in a time of crises, and integrating children into intentional communities.

    Campfire is produced by Cabin, which is comprised of internet friends building a global network of modern villages. Learn more at cabin.city

    Read more about the future of living at futureofliving.substack.com

    • 57 min

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