Inger and Jason talk about work, but you know - not in a boring way. Practical, implementable productivity hacks to help you live a more balanced life. Find us talking to each other between episodes on Mastodon: @email@example.com and @firstname.lastname@example.org
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This one has been in the can for a while - but it was recorded only a week after the previous one about the Meat Grinder. Youd think that would make the banter session shorter, but ...not really. Jason has largely avoided having his face squished at ... more
Inger and Jason are back, a bit later than anticipated because the audio the first time this episode was recorded was borked (thats a technical term). We promise the re-record is much better, and also, much longer. more
The Downs household has suffered a loss, while one member of the Mewburn household has discovered hither to unknown talents. Somehow the team still end up crapping about Obsidian a lot in the banter section. more
I LOVE jumping aboard the bus with Inger and Jason. I especially like how they talk about 'driving the bus' - a cogent metaphor for steering the conversation. Their rapport is top notch, balancing curiosity in each other's 'feelpinions' with mutual respect for intellectual labour and fascination with shortcuts and productivity knowhow. If you have a deep and abiding passion for app-driven automative jiggery-pokery to quell the slings and arrows of academic knowledge worker lyfe, this is the podc... more
This is the perfect podcast for academics. Full of practical tips and hints, this is the kind of podcast that I would be happy to get stuck in Sydney traffic listening to. more
I’ve gone and done it. I’ve binged your Podcast and now I have ZERO left in my unplayed list. more
I first learned about your podcast from hearing you on the Omni Groups podcast and you two were delightful. As an academic myself, and a fellow productivity hacker who is always trying to find external supports to help my ADHD brain do tricks it wasn’t designed for, I have fallen in love with what you are doing with On the Reg. I’m now actually excited about accreditation because of your Obsidian episode! On a different note, your podcast makes me feel less alone in that so many of the people ar... more
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On the reg launched 3 years ago and published 59 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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