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A lighthearted look at life at the intersection of creativity, entertainment and technology from one of the singular personalities in podcasting. Indiana Jim covers the art and craft of writing Science Fiction and Fantasy, genre movie and TV opinion and analysis, book reviews, free speech and ethics in the age of Social Media, and an everyman’s perspective on developments in technology.

The Adventures of Indiana Jim The Adventures of Indiana Jim

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A lighthearted look at life at the intersection of creativity, entertainment and technology from one of the singular personalities in podcasting. Indiana Jim covers the art and craft of writing Science Fiction and Fantasy, genre movie and TV opinion and analysis, book reviews, free speech and ethics in the age of Social Media, and an everyman’s perspective on developments in technology.

    Babylon 5 and The Wheel of Time – Reboots and Reimaginings

    Babylon 5 and The Wheel of Time – Reboots and Reimaginings

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    In this episode, I wax nostalgic about the first time I read through The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan, and how it inspired me to take my writing seriously. Also a bit of discussion about J. Michael Straczynski’s recent announcement that Babylon 5 will be getting a reboot, which he himself will helm!

    • 41 min
    Moron Imposter Syndrome – Listener Feedback

    Moron Imposter Syndrome – Listener Feedback

    In this episode we have moron imposter syndrome (see what I did there).

    I have some audio feedback from longtime listener and friend of the show, Amy Bowen! She has some really nice comments about the format and value of my little podcast, and I really appreciate it!

    This serves as a bridge over the course of the last year, and I have some follow-up comments about Imposter Syndrome and how it has applied to my podcasting and my writing. Also, I’m going back to school!

    • 1 hr 3 min
    It’s About Time – NaNoWriMo Day 14

    It’s About Time – NaNoWriMo Day 14

    Day 11: 822 words

    Day 12, 13, 14: Meh

    I’ll explain–and I’ll use small words, so that you’ll be sure to understand, you warthog-faced buffoon. This is a bit of a long one, but it’s all about how we choose to spend our time. In the course of doing NaNoWriMo, my inevitable boredom kicks in, and I don’t even want to look at the story. It has nothing to do with the story, and everything to do with my fluctuating interests.

    Shiny Object Syndrome from Cliff Ravenscraft

    • 32 min
    Status Report – NaNoWriMo Day 9 & 10

    Status Report – NaNoWriMo Day 9 & 10

    Day 9: 165 words

    Day 10: 1,679 words

    Total: 13,548 (Pending Day 11 finish)

    Pace Deficit: 4,778

    Just a quick episode to let you know what’s been going on, why I haven’t been able to get episodes out on the daily.

    • 4 min
    The Problem With Romantic Comedy – NaNoWriMo Day 7 & 8

    The Problem With Romantic Comedy – NaNoWriMo Day 7 & 8

    Day 7: 1,403 Words

    Day 8: 1,487 Words

    Total: 11,150

    Got a little closer to the regular pace today. In this episode, what kept me from an episode yesterday, and behind the scenes on the story! I introduce some genuine conflict to the romance angle, and rant about how romantic comedies so often get it wrong!

    • 11 min
    I Deleted the Sex Scene – NaNoWriMo Day 6

    I Deleted the Sex Scene – NaNoWriMo Day 6

    Day 6: 849 new words, 114 net gain

    Total: 8,260 words

    Yes, I cut the sex scene because it was an obvious tonal mismatch with the voice of the piece. This discussion is about the difference between an obvious cut and self-editing or tweaking your prose or tinkering with the plot.

    • 10 min

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