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.

36 36: The Beer Epiphany July 29, 2011
If you're like me, you've thought about how great it would be to make your own beer. Hopefully you're not like me in buying a brewing kit from a home furnishing store. Mike Reinhardt, Jr. and Nate Watson are not like me. They brew bold and unique craft be
If you're like me, you've thought about how great it would be to make your own beer. Hopefully you're not like me in buying a brewing kit from a home furnishing store. Mike Reinhardt, Jr. and Nate Watson are not like me. They brew bold and unique craft beers under …
Pecha Kucha is a Japanese term that translates to “chit-chat” in English. It's also an activity that combines PowerPoint and performance art into a fast-paced, six minute and forty second look into a person's passion.
Pecha Kucha is a Japanese term that translates to “chit-chat” in English. It's also an activity that combines PowerPoint and performance art into a fast- paced, six minute and forty second look into a person's passion.
35 35: Pecha Kucha July 21, 2011
Pecha Kucha is a Japanese term that translates to “chit-chat” in English. It's also an activity that combines PowerPoint and performance art into a fast- paced, six minute and forty second look into a person's passion.
Pecha Kucha is a Japanese term that translates to “chit-chat” in English. It's also an activity that combines PowerPoint and performance art into a fast-paced, six minute and forty second look into a person's passion.
Iterative refinement is the key to making something truly great and versatile. In this episode, Jeremy wants to know a little something about you, the viewer, that might make this show better.
Iterative refinement is the key to making something truly great and versatile. In this episode, Jeremy wants to know a little something about you, the viewer, that might make this show better.
34 34: Who Are You, Anyway? July 14, 2011
Iterative refinement is the key to making something truly great and versatile. In this episode, Jeremy wants to know a little something about you, the viewer, that might make this show better.
Iterative refinement is the key to making something truly great and versatile. In this episode, Jeremy wants to know a little something about you, the viewer, that might make this show better.
Come hear Collen Wainwright's tales of dancing bears around cereal, commercial acting, content strategy, Battledecks and the awesome feeling one gets when seeing someone's "lights go on."
Come hear Collen Wainwright's tales of dancing bears around cereal, commercial acting, content strategy, Battledecks and the awesome feeling one gets when seeing someone's "lights go on."
Come hear Collen Wainwright's tales of dancing bears around cereal, commercial acting, content strategy, Battledecks and the awesome feeling one gets when seeing someone's "lights go on."
Come hear Collen Wainwright's tales of dancing bears around cereal, commercial acting, content strategy, Battledecks and the awesome feeling one gets when seeing someone's "lights go on."
Kansas City filmmaker Brian Boye has been thinking about an idea that's very near to his heart for years. And now, with the help of Kickstarter, he is working toward making his documentary, "Famous Last Words" a reality.
Kansas City filmmaker Brian Boye has been thinking about an idea that's very near to his heart for years. And now, with the help of Kickstarter, he is working toward making his documentary, "Famous Last Words" a reality.
32 32: Famous Last Words June 30, 2011
Kansas City filmmaker Brian Boye has been thinking about an idea that's very near to his heart for years. And now, with the help of Kickstarter, he is working toward making his documentary, "Famous Last Words" a reality.
Kansas City filmmaker Brian Boye has been thinking about an idea that's very near to his heart for years. And now, with the help of Kickstarter, he is working toward making his documentary, "Famous Last Words" a reality.
I discussed the philosophies of design strategy, user experience and -- well -- *philosophy* with Erika Hall, the Director of Strategy at Mule Design in San Francisco. The lesson learned? Don't try to talk deeply about philosophy when you didn't pay that much attention in your philosophy classes, kids.
I discussed the philosophies of design strategy, user experience and -- well -- *philosophy* with Erika Hall, the Director of Strategy at Mule Design in San Francisco. The lesson learned? Don't try to talk deeply about philosophy when you didn't pay that