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πŸ‘€ The Attention Podcast: Filmmaking And Graphic Design Intersected

Author: Iacob Pastina & Ch Daniel

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πŸ‘€ Attention. The foundation of humanity and the reason we exist.

We exist because we were attentive. From ape to homo sapiens, from morning 'til night and from Facebook adverts to Super Bowl ads. Everywhere around us there are millions of things fighting for our attention β€” all at once, mind you.

In this podcast, Iacob Pastina and Ch Daniel explore what attention means, where, why and how people pay attention.

Iacob is a moving image director, while Daniel runs an experiences design agency that helps tech CEOs reduce user churn.
13Β Episodes
Is 13 an unlucky number? Not for us, as The Attention Podcast's very own #13 is the first episode where VIDEO has been recorded. The YouTube channel will be up and running soon so please make sure you check that out as well.Discussed in this episode:Β Gear needed for proper podcast film + audio recordingFree will and determinismGame of Thrones' CGICGI in generalIf you would have dinner with one person, who would it be and why?MentorshipActingGratitude = the metric of success
This episode has got... a special surprise at the end 😳. Make sure you don't miss that out. Also discusseD:The ideal home office or studioMinimalismMinimalistic furnitureMusic speakersLighting (did you know about contour lighting in interior design?)The future of freemiumHow to get the right people's attention
Clickbait title? Guess what, it's the Attention Podcast ⚠️ Discussed in this episode:Instagram followersThe actionable plan to getting 100k followersPersonal brandA film review pagePewdiepieCinebits' birth on recordThe Legit Check AppA segue from the previous episode into emotions and messagesEmojis and emojis in a negative mannerA voice note service product Wordpress 
After a one month break, our characters get back together to discuss... mainly old video games? Discussed in this podcast:Flip phonesUsing nostalgia as a call to people's emotionsOld video gamesToday's gaming industryToday's mobile gaming industrySubway SurfersTemple RunNintendo and its satisfactionRespecting the platformDiablo going mobile-onlyDuolingoThe connection between Henry Ford and emails
Β Discussed in this episode:An index authority companyMetallicaLars UlrichAirpowerWebflowGlitter and goldPresidency candidature through vloggingA charging desk, room or houseNewspapersGuiness and Michelin creating indexesThe tools needed to createHow to convert a free user to a premium userThe Marie Kondo effectNetflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Disney, HBO and Apple TV, all competing for the video sharing industryGoing back to TV channels
This episode was all about the hosts. Folks, the conversation simply went down that road and we were 45 minutes into the podcast when we've noticed it. It sheds some background info on us and, more importantly, some future info (or at least what we intent to do). Don't expect any utilitarian value out of this episode, rather what can come out of it is inspiration.Β Also discussed:Life goals and a directionMeaning and purposeWhat our goals areVoice and/or sound effectsAn intro for this podcastThe structure of a podcastPicking a nicheStarting a creative agencyStarting a filmmaking agencyAiming at the most noble goal one can imagine
In this episode, Iacob and Daniel agreed upon one thing: if you're reading this and you don't know where to find opportunity or need, eavesdropping on Twitter is the way to go. That means, in practice, that you can go and search "hate Dropbox" if you're building Dropbox's competitor. See all the tweets and you will get a sense of it in a week β€” it would replace the month-long process of asking people yourself. They just put it out for you.Also discussed:A new way of thinking and learningWaking up at 5:30 AMSleeping patternsThis idea of AI taking over the world when Siri can’t even control YouTubeVoice controlAI assistance in the creation processTesla's Model S, Model 3, Model X and Model YGo to Twitter find what people hate opportunity lies thereThe youngest generation has got ADD by defaultAttention spanWhat if your friends would skip your topic just like an adIs everything boring now or more interesting?
Β Without a doubt the best episode so far β€” and the longest. Went from politics marketing to new business ideas. Just to quickly add a bit more to the "restaurants moving to online-only" idea, I think it's the new side-hustle that's undervalued.Also discussed:The vlog of a president/prime ministerRecording your daily activitiesCameras following us β€” the next video revolution?Vlog/documentation is a hugely undervalued blue ocean. it’s out there for us all in endless nichesThe HQ of startups is Silicon Valley. For actors, it’s Hollywood) etc β€” what other HQs are there?Failing is okay in the gym. Why is it not the same in day-to-day life?An analogy between β€œI don’t give a fuck” and getting rich. You can increase earnings or decrease spendingHow is Black Mirror produced?The new food shop: available only on Uber Eats/Deliveroo. Just like brick and mortar shops moved online only.Bubble Tea
In this episode, a lot of the focus is devoted towards books and writing. However, it's not the usual boring book topic. Indeed we're all writing and reading every day. You're doing it now. We're writing books of text messages and reading 10 books per week of text.Which "books" are we reading? That's where nuances start to appear.Also discussed in this episode: New York Times best sellers, Jack Dorsey and his Twitter, the process of writing, choosing your words, analog vs digital, social media identity, Vine, how to start writing daily, quantity vs quality, doing it one time perfectly versus doing it 100 times, a blessing in disguise, printed book vs eBook.
In this episode, The Attention Podcast goes deeper into cinema and... Marvel becoming a religion?Also discussed: Marvel becoming a religion, Elon Musk, Kevin Hart's tweets, cinema, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), art that moves people, Game of Thrones, Christopher Nolan
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