On this very special Thanksgiving episode we welcome five time “Nicest Person On The Planet Award” champion and heir to the indoor shopping center empire, Daniel Mall. You might know Dan as the genius behind SuperFriendly, all the awesome websites and podcast host-master of The Businessology Show.
When Dan isn’t avoiding doing anything mean or bad, he can be seen diving into a pool full of gold coins, being agnostic about pork and traveling back to 1993 to develop secret websites built in FutureSplash. Dan also wants you to pre-order your very own, immaculate and magical new Pixel Recess tshirt today. And I mean today. Right now.
Today’s show is not sponsored by Gravy Bags and Mobile Turkey Installation.
Today’s guest is world renowned typepainter and wordist, the talented Jessica Hische. You might better know Jessica as the potential best friend of Bill Murray, maybe the muse for all Wes Anderson movies, future dubstep lead singer and alternate world Hallmark artist.
Today’s guest is my old friend, pillow fort engineer, misspelling connoisseur, and coastal travel specialist Brad Smith. When Brad isn’t accumulating “Klout For Air Travel” points (aka, Frequent Flyer Miles) he is the founder and CEO of Virb, where he [redacted] with [redacted] on a [redacted] [redacted] behind a [redacted] [redacted] with honey.
When Brad isn’t hiding syringes in airplane seat pouches you can find him gallivanting among amazing designers and photographers, asking them for alternate ways to spell common words and finding random children to fight legal battles in pillow forts. Brad is not in a relationship with Danica Patrick and has no knowledge hitherto to anything pertaining to hosting companies or electronic device companies.
Today’s show is not sponsored by The Law or Spelling.
Straight from our broadcast headquarters we have internet astronaut, professor of browser window resizing, and FartCanon™ inventor, Pittsburgian Brad Frost. Aside from Brad’s daytime job of making a daily website and testing astronaut helmets, you can find him speaking nearly every weekend in a city not far from you where he’s hoping not to pee on stage.