The Cocktail Napkin

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Some of the greatest ideas begin as scribbles on the back of a cocktail napkin. On this periodical of uncurbed ideas, a wide variety of guests discuss creativity, ideas and inspiration. Hosted by Jeremy Fuksa.

It's Open Topic week yet again. Jeremy lays out his plan for possible self-destruction in Austin, TX.
Jeremy lays out his plan for possible self-destruction in Austin, TX.
62 62: Austin Bound March 8, 2012
Jeremy lays out his plan for possible self-destruction in Austin, TX.
Two Kansas City boys, thrust into Internet renown in part by nods from John Gruber, sit down for coffee and discuss taking big leaps.
Two Kansas City boys, thrust into Internet renown in part by nods from John Gruber, sit down for coffee and discuss taking big leaps.
Two Kansas City boys, thrust into Internet renown in part by nods from John Gruber, sit down for coffee and discuss taking big leaps.
Good friend and creative colleague Pat Piper stops by the studio for beer, discussion about packaging, movies and keeping big ideas free of window dressing.
Just two guys sitting on a futon.
Just two guys sitting on a futon.
Good friend and creative colleague Pat Piper stops by the studio for beer, discussion about packaging, movies and keeping big ideas free of window dressing.
In the first official "Open Topic Tuesday," Jeremy comes clean on being creatively burned out and verbally works through how to fix it. Also, a new programming schedule is revealed.
For when you're running towards a tree REALLY fast...
In the first official "Open Topic Tuesday," Jeremy comes clean on being creatively burned out and verbally works through how to fix it. Also, a new programming schedule is revealed.
58 58: Smells Like Toast Feb. 17, 2012
For when you're running towards a tree REALLY fast...
A recurring theme for this show is that everything great starts somewhere small. Timmy Fisher and a group of friends built motion graphics studio MK12 from humble beginnings in an apartment above a bar.
Everything great starts somewhere small.
Everything great starts somewhere small.
A recurring theme for this show is that everything great starts somewhere small. Timmy Fisher and a group of friends built motion graphics studio MK12 from humble beginnings in an apartment above a bar.
I've received a number of questions over the past few weeks regarding different aspects of this show's production. I thought I'd take you through the process of how the show gets produced.
I've received a number of questions over the past few weeks regarding different aspects of this show's production. I thought I'd take you through the process of how the show gets produced.