10 episodes

The show consists of me asking our guest two questions: "What are you learning?" and "What are you making?" The answers are endlessly fascinating.

Get Smarter and Make Stuff » podcast Craig Andera

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The show consists of me asking our guest two questions: "What are you learning?" and "What are you making?" The answers are endlessly fascinating.

    Podcast Episode 011 – Marshall Thompson

    Podcast Episode 011 – Marshall Thompson

    I speak with Marshall Thompson about woodworking with kids, Shop Night with friends, the purpose and perils of academic research, and his contributions towards finding a cure for cancer.

    Podcast Episode 010 – James Avery

    Podcast Episode 010 – James Avery

    The thing I spend more of my time making than anything else is the company I work for. In this episode, I talk with James Avery, founder and CEO of that company, Kevel, about building a company, leadership, letting go, and a variety of other things.

    Podcast Episode 009 – Carin Meier

    Podcast Episode 009 – Carin Meier

    I talk with Carin Meier, a software engineer with Reify Health, about artificial intelligence/machine learning, including some of the pitfalls thereof, but also about gardening and being kind to yourself.

    Podcast Episode 008 – Peter Bettenberg

    Podcast Episode 008 – Peter Bettenberg

    I talk with my friend and amateur blacksmith, Peter Bettenberg, about his journey into blacksmithing, his quest to make a Viking shield, and a quote from Sir Anthony Hopkins.

    Podcast Episode 007 – Clint Andera

    Podcast Episode 007 – Clint Andera

    I talk with Clint Andera, one of my brothers, about his making and learning in woodworking, music, and the sport of curling. Along the way we also discuss imposter syndrome in woodworking and teaching as a learning technique.

    Podcast Episode 006 – Andrew Ehlers

    Podcast Episode 006 – Andrew Ehlers

    I talk with my good friend Andrew about the projects we've done together, his adventures in making wood curve, and his work at the NTSB as a maritime accident investigator.

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