Recommended Reading: Time Sensitive, A New Podcast From The Slowdown
Yesterday, columnist (and HODINKEE Magazine giver) Spencer Bailey and picture taker and movie producer Andrew Zuckerman dispatched another media company considered The Slowdown that looks to draw in with culture while contemplating our general public’s relationship with time. Their first property is a digital broadcast called Time Sensitive. It’s a week by week show including interviews with individuals from various fields – human expressions, business, media, and so on – continually making a point to get into how that individual ponders their time, how they can capitalize on it, and how they can control it for their potential benefit. Bailey and Zuckerman get significant extra focuses for including a Swiss Railway Clock, a vintage “Large Red” Daytona, a vintage Omega Seamaster, and an old Seiko stopwatch in their dispatch video too.
The Slowdown authors Spencer Bailey (left) and Andrew Zuckerman (right).
The first scene of Time Sensitive is a meeting with entertainer (and, as you’ll discover, numerous different things) Peter Sarsgaard facilitated by Zuckerman. They get into a beautiful wide scope of themes, from how Sarsgaard approaches acting to why he began to look all starry eyed at significant distance rushing to his enthusiasm for agriculture. Sarsgaard is very open and straight to the point, and, truth be told, a way more entrancing individual than I anticipated. I realized the person could act, yet he’s a whole lot more than that. The hour-long scene zoomed by and in the event that you look at the digital recording’s companion site you can discover a ton of photographs and supporting material to oblige it. I certainly hit “Buy in” subsequent to tuning in and I consider some you may appreciate doing the same.
Check out the principal scene of Time Sensitive and get familiar with The Slowdown here .