This week, Adam discusses the problem with golfing in a tuxedo on a canyon rim, while Norm and Will recount their recent visit to the Johnson Space Center. Learn about the second largest swimming pool in the world, what the Space Shuttle's crew area is really like, and why you don't want to be the person who opens an airliner's door.
The show goes off the rails in the first moment, completely skipping the planned topic in favor of a conversation about Adam, Norm, and Will's favorite director's commentaries, bonus features, and other DVD and Blu-ray extras. Post your favorite commentaries in the comments!
In this week's super-sized episode, Adam answers questions submitted by Etsy users, including how he finds the best stuff on Etsy, how the indie crafts movement stacks up to mass production, and whether it's possible to swim in mayonnaise. Enjoy!
Whether you're interested in panoramic photography or crafts and copyright, this week's show has something for you. The gang starts by discussing their techniques for shooting great panoramas, followed by a conversation about the complexities of copyright law and props.
Curious about Adam, Will, and Norm's favorite vacations as kids and/or adults? What about the minutiae of garbage cans? We cover all that, and a whole lot more as the gang discusses their favorite vacations.
This week, Adam, Will, and Norm discuss the tools they'd put in a toolkit for beginning makers, if they were on a budget. Also, spacesuits. If you want to see the complete list of tools, it's at: http://tested.com/toolkit.
On this week's show, Adam discusses where to find materials. How to find the best places to buy stuff, but also good sources for freebies, when you're getting started making new things. The gang also discusses makerspaces, how to learn new skills, and a whole lot more.
Adam, Norm, and Will answer reader questions about a variety of topics, including how to get started making, working smart instead of hard, and how to get started in the special effects business.
This week, Adam, Norm, and Will discuss the films that changed the way they look at the world--from Pulp Fiction to Hellboy to Kill Bill to Raiders of the Lost Ark.
This week, Adam, Norm, and Will tackle the controversial topic of shop safety. After online comments about Adam's box-building video and shop safety, we jump right into Adam's rules for shop safety. Well, after an extended discussion about proper cold-weather footwear.
The announcement that JJ Abrams would direct the next Star Wars movie launched a thousand threads of speculation on the internet. The gang decides to join in on the fun and discuss what Abrams may bring to the beloved franchise.
Recording from Adam's home office, the gang chats about the designers and artists who have influenced Adam's work and art tastes, and how Adam learned to appreciate those aesthetics in one of his very first jobs. Of course, this is after diving into a lengthy tangent about, of all things, breakfast.
On this week's episode, the gang discusses the importance of work ethic and why the drudgery of hard work means so much when you're starting off in a new job or career. This even applies to kids and chores!
Will and Adam welcome Norm back from the Consumer Electronics Show, and discuss some of the trends from this year's event. Adam has never been to CES before, so we do our best conveying what it's like to be in a massive convention hall filled with nothing but flat screen TVs.
You asked questions, today Adam answers them. We cover everything from getting started making to building video game props. Enjoy, and keep sending in your questions!
On this very special episode of Still Untitled, Adam, Norm, and Will discuss Django Unchained, uncomfortable humor, and the truth behind Tarantino movies.
While Norm's in Vegas, Adam and Will run through Adam's approach to learning new skills. From carpentry to stand-up comedy, Adam explains that there really isn't a secret to teaching yourself new skills.
This week, Adam, Norm, and Will discuss the merits of Etsy, which describes itself as "the world's handmade marketplace". Along they way, they run down some tangents and share some of their favorite finds.
Adam, Will, and Norm share some occasionally actionable holiday gift buying advice, before discussing compasses, typewriters, letterpress, and coffee-table books.
When building awesome props and machines is your job, what's your hobby? Well it turns out, cooking is what Adam indulges in during his spare time, and that just so happens to be the topic of this week's episode of Still Untitled.