PageBreak Podcast | A book review podcast for designers, freelancers, and other nerds

Pagebreak is an audio podcast hosted by Liz Andrade and Niki Brown. Join us every Tuesday for a discussion on books (in our monthly 20 - 50 minute Book Shows) or blog posts (in our weekly 5 - 20 minute Snippets) that pertain to Freelance, Design, Development, Marketing and other such things.

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Snippet 62: Things I Learned From Side Projects

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(Episode listen time - 12:12 - download mp3)

For this Snippet, we discuss 40 Things I Learned From Side Projects by Dave Rupert. Hope you enjoy!

This part 3 of our series wherein we are discussing blog posts written by the folks who will be giving talks at this years FrontEnd Design Conference. Both of us will be in attendance and will be part of the attendee talks on Saturday, June 9th.

Our talk is entitled “How Side Projects can Save Your Creative Sanity!” In preparation, we want to hear about some of YOUR side projects, what have YOU learned from them and how have they helped you in your life and career? TELL US.  Email us or send us a message on Facebook or Twitter  and leave us a voicemail! PLEASE! THANK YOU! WE LOVE YOU! 

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  • Definitely, I learn a lot just by listening to the podcasts here, as you expose me to new ideas.

    Whenever I take on a personal project, it teaches me something. If it’s with other people, even better.

    My preferred entertainment are video games, anime, and manga. Many inspire me in different ways (the space anime called Planetes has a setting in outer space and the relationship between technology and physics is very apparent for instance).

  • Dan Denney says:

    I love this series. I’m learning more and more about you two with each one and learning more about the speakers themselves. I had missed this post and it really rocks.

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