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Jung & Naiv
Jung & Naiv
Jung & Naiv
Jung & Naiv
Jung & Naiv

Politische Interviews und Ausschnitte aus der BPK

Politische Interviews und Ausschnitte aus der BPK

Jung & Naiv

Politische Interviews und Ausschnitte aus der BPK

Politische Interviews und Ausschnitte aus der BPK

Jung & Naiv

Die Interviewgäste und Fragen von Tilo Jung sind super. Ein Muss für alle politisch Desinteressierte.

Politik für Desinteressierte ist eine regelmäßig ausgestrahlte politische Interview-Sendung. Die erste Folge erschien am 7. Februar 2013 bei YouTube.

Tilo Jung spielt für seine Interviews einen naiven jungen Mann, der seinen Gästen entsprechend unvoreingenommen grundlegende Fragen stellt. Er stellt dabei „einen Durchschnittsahnungslosen auf dem intellektuellen Niveau eines 14-Jährigen“ dar, der grundsätzlich jegliche räumliche und sprachlich formale Distanz zu seinem Gesprächspartner missachtet. So wird der Interviewpartner geduzt, darf keine Fremdwörter benutzen und muss Fachbegriffe von Grund auf erklären. Die Interviews werden ohne genau abgesteckten zeitlichen Rahmen aufgenommen und in voller Länge veröffentlicht.

Anfang 2015 verlagerte Tilo Jung seinen Schwerpunkt auf die Berichterstattung in der Bundespressekonferenz und veröffentlichte die dort aufgenommenen Folgen auf seinem Youtube-Kanal unter der Rubrik BPK für Desinteressierte. Im Gegensatz zu den anderen Hauptstadtjournalisten war sein „Ansatz... (zu) informieren, wie die Bundesregierung informiert.“. Ab Mitte April begann er kurze Clips aus den sehr langen Folgen anzubieten, bald darauf auch themensortierte Zusammenschnitte verschiedener Folgen, so genannte Super-Cuts.

Politik für Desinteressierte ist eine regelmäßig ausgestrahlte politische Interview-Sendung. Die erste Folge erschien am 7. Februar 2013 bei YouTube.

Tilo Jung spielt für seine Interviews einen naiven jungen Mann, der seinen Gästen entsprechend unvoreingenommen grundlegende Fragen stellt. Er stellt dabei „einen Durchschnittsahnungslosen auf dem intellektuellen Niveau eines 14-Jährigen“ dar, der grundsätzlich jegliche räumliche und sprachlich formale Distanz zu seinem Gesprächspartner missachtet. So wird der Interviewpartner geduzt, darf keine Fremdwörter benutzen und muss Fachbegriffe von Grund auf erklären. Die Interviews werden ohne genau abgesteckten zeitlichen Rahmen aufgenommen und in voller Länge veröffentlicht.

Anfang 2015 verlagerte Tilo Jung seinen Schwerpunkt auf die Berichterstattung in der Bundespressekonferenz und veröffentlichte die dort aufgenommenen Folgen auf seinem Youtube-Kanal unter der Rubrik BPK für Desinteressierte. Im Gegensatz zu den anderen Hauptstadtjournalisten war sein „Ansatz... (zu) informieren, wie die Bundesregierung informiert.“. Ab Mitte April begann er kurze Clips aus den sehr langen Folgen anzubieten, bald darauf auch themensortierte Zusammenschnitte verschiedener Folgen, so genannte Super-Cuts.

Updated on
July 13, 2019
Kirsten Dirksen
Kirsten Dirksen
Kirsten Dirksen
Kirsten Dirksen
Kirsten Dirksen

Videos of tiny houses and their creators

Videos of tiny houses and their creators

Kirsten Dirksen

Videos of tiny houses and their creators

Videos of tiny houses and their creators

Kirsten Dirksen

I’m a youtuber.

I like making videos. The other 10% of my time I like spending with my family or trying to learn about philosophy, neuroscience, physics and metaphysics (preferably where they all intersect).

I make videos about simple living, self-sufficiency, small (and tiny) homes, backyard gardens (and livestock), alternative transport, DIY, craftsmanship and philosophies of life.

I studied economics but I didn’t follow the most popular career path. Instead, I returned to San Francisco and became a TV journalist, then I worked for national TV in NYC for a decade.

I’ve spent the last years working on my YouTube channel and *faircompanies, holding a conversation that gets more interesting everyday.

I’m a youtuber.

I like making videos. The other 10% of my time I like spending with my family or trying to learn about philosophy, neuroscience, physics and metaphysics (preferably where they all intersect).

I make videos about simple living, self-sufficiency, small (and tiny) homes, backyard gardens (and livestock), alternative transport, DIY, craftsmanship and philosophies of life.

I studied economics but I didn’t follow the most popular career path. Instead, I returned to San Francisco and became a TV journalist, then I worked for national TV in NYC for a decade.

I’ve spent the last years working on my YouTube channel and *faircompanies, holding a conversation that gets more interesting everyday.

Updated on
August 18, 2019
Nerdwriter
Nerdwriter
Nerdwriter
Nerdwriter
Nerdwriter

Clear and entertaining analyses of art, film and communication

Clear and entertaining analyses of art, film and communication

Nerdwriter

Clear and entertaining analyses of art, film and communication

Clear and entertaining analyses of art, film and communication

Nerdwriter

My show covers a variety of subjects: film, politics, music, painting, poetry, culture, sociological concepts and more. I'd get bored sticking to one thing. I believe life is moral, psychological, artistic, scientific, and that what is worth knowing is worth entwining into a web, or a worldview. If I've made a video about something, it's because I wanted to learn more about it. An organizing philosophy of the show is that we learn by saying. I learn best by making videos.

My show covers a variety of subjects: film, politics, music, painting, poetry, culture, sociological concepts and more. I'd get bored sticking to one thing. I believe life is moral, psychological, artistic, scientific, and that what is worth knowing is worth entwining into a web, or a worldview. If I've made a video about something, it's because I wanted to learn more about it. An organizing philosophy of the show is that we learn by saying. I learn best by making videos.

Updated on
July 2, 2019
Refactoring UI
Refactoring UI
Refactoring UI
Refactoring UI
Refactoring UI

Design UI using specific tactics explained from a developer's point-of-view

Design UI using specific tactics explained from a developer's point-of-view

Refactoring UI

Design UI using specific tactics explained from a developer's point-of-view

Design UI using specific tactics explained from a developer's point-of-view

Refactoring UI

They also have a YouTube channel where they comment redesigns step by step.

Hi! I'm Adam Wathan, a full stack developer who used to suck at design.

I've been friends with Steve Schoger for years and we've worked on a bunch of side projects together — him handling the UI design and me taking care of development.

Like a lot of developers, I always wished I could make my ideas look awesome without relying on a designer, but any time I tried to design something myself I would always get frustrated and give up.

I always chalked it up to a left brain/right brain sort of thing — I'm logical and analytical so I'm good at programming, people like Steve are intuitive and creative so he's good at design.

But after working closely with Steve I started picking up little tricks. Tricks that didn't require any artistic talent, but made things look better instantly for reasons that made sense to me as a developer.

Hi! I'm Adam Wathan, a full stack developer who used to suck at design.

I've been friends with Steve Schoger for years and we've worked on a bunch of side projects together — him handling the UI design and me taking care of development.

Like a lot of developers, I always wished I could make my ideas look awesome without relying on a designer, but any time I tried to design something myself I would always get frustrated and give up.

I always chalked it up to a left brain/right brain sort of thing — I'm logical and analytical so I'm good at programming, people like Steve are intuitive and creative so he's good at design.

But after working closely with Steve I started picking up little tricks. Tricks that didn't require any artistic talent, but made things look better instantly for reasons that made sense to me as a developer.

Updated on
August 16, 2019
Tiny Desk Concerts
Tiny Desk Concerts
Tiny Desk Concerts
Tiny Desk Concerts
Tiny Desk Concerts

Tiny Desk Concerts

Tiny Desk Concerts

Intimate video performances, recorded live at the desk of All Songs Considered hosted by Bob Boilen

Intimate video performances, recorded live at the desk of All Songs Considered hosted by Bob Boilen

Updated on
June 14, 2019

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