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"mc bozeman" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design
"Outlet celebrating other people. I'm sort of tying this back into ebony in a way because. Like I said I grew up on that magazine grew up on jet magazine I? Think a lot of black Americans grew up with that magazine in their orbit and while I remember reading it as a kid I certainly don't remember like synthesizing I think most of the information that was in it like it's a lot of stuff that I don't. Really get now until I'm an adult that I can look back on it and think, wow, ebony was was it like yes ebony was a magazine from Johnson Publishing Company, but Johnson Publishing Company also put out books that they sold in their magazine Johnson publishing also owns a beauty company that put out hair care for men hair care for women that. Advertise in the magazine. So like not only are they selling you this representation of blackness but now you can also go and buy it like you can be a part of it by you know buying a do care kit or or a relax from ravine or something like that, and there was so interesting how ebony just kind of had their hand in. Every pot about driving forward the sort of positive aspirational model of blackness. You know really during a time when I think of course, we're still fighting for civil rights and just fighting for equal representation. They really were at the forefront of that sometime in in high school I, remember doing a book report on John Johnson's biography succeeding against the odds. I think being able to see how much one person was able to really dry forward this conversation about representation and about even just like the stories of what other black people are doing out there in a way has found its into my work through the black weblog awards is certainly the revision path. So there ten years, ten year interval between those two things two, thousand and three. You start the black weblog awards, ten years. Later you start revision path, which is a story in itself. Important work he's done for I think four hundred episodes. Could you frame it for our listeners who don't know what revision path is? Sure. So revision path is a weekly showcase of the world's best. Black Graphic designers, web designers, and web developers. Really. It's really kind of say digital creatives in general because we certainly had more people that are kind of outside of those three particular roles. and. We just do end up conversations about the work that they're doing. We talk about their story how they got to where they are now. And depending on whom the guest is, there may be other things that we try to dive into. For example we had. An expert from expert that's living in Amsterdam. This was I don't know maybe around two, thousand sixteen or so right as trump got elected and we had like this great conversation around. What's it like being a black ex pats over there and do you. Have a feeling of wanting to come back to the states and like just how are you feeling in general? Even. During pandemic, we've been every person that I've interviewed I sort of touched on in some kind of way like. I just a gut check. Mike how are you feeling like where you at? So it's really more about putting forth these people's individual stories. I really try to take myself out of it as much as possible even though I'm the host i. kind of just feel like I'm more of the. Conduit for like uplift what other people are doing because I feel like you know in design media that's important. I think if you go into most bookstores and are probably looking for design books, design magazines, you just don't see a lot of people of color and you definitely don't see a lot of black people and granted. PODCAST is not a book podcast is not a magazine, but this is certainly where people's attention is that right now in terms of media and so revision path is able to be this kind of weekly. Digest of you kind of getting a sense of who this person is why are they important and how you can really follow them and learn more about them I think it can be very easy to kind of fall into the pattern of saying what you do for your job is just to work. which it is, but also based on what it is that you do where you are in your career who you are as a person and the the trials and tribulations that you've had to go through to get where you are like that's a story. That's a story that you know wants to hear that someone out there can empathize with now it sure is and I I was telling Jessica before. We got on with you that I had spent some time pouring over the archives and then I found myself drawn by memory to your work around black. Panther. And it was so much fun to be a and to listen to you be a fan behind the scenes and you teach us about these creative people who made this world for us and I was wondering if you could help put into perspective. Why Mc Bozeman, and his amazing colleagues in the entire ecosystem mattered so much and what they've done for representation in the creative and design fields. That's a heavy question. I really think you know with with Chadwick you know rest in peace to him and of course, condolences to his friends and family and people that he's worked with. His representation of Black Panther I think was just something bigger than a role in a movie if anyone can think back to that time. I say from twenty, seventeen, two, thousand, eighteen when the movie was announced and. The fervor around that movie and that role. I've never seen anything like that. It was so much more than just oh, he's just as actor in a marvel movie I mean he's playing this iconic superhero. The black. Panther of course has that association with the actual Black Panther Party, the political movement here in the United States and then for Chabba too I think come from an HVAC. You have also played all of these other real life black. Heroes Thurgood. Marshall, Jackie. Robinson. James Brown. It's something that I think in hindsight we're finally seeing just how much he was able to shoulder through representation and be able to kind of take on all those larger than life roles. It's I don't know. It's so hard to kind of wrap my head around just how. Huge that is he. He. Brought Marvel. I mean, well, one to the company he brought marvel just so much. Energy and diversity an interest from people but he really really really united people through that role and was still like moving forward to do more things. I know he has a project coming out soon I think it's Ma Rainey's black bottom, which is one of the players from August Wilson Century Cycle. At. That's that's a whole other kind of representation of blackness I granted. It's fictional, but it's still something that is steeped in this. American black ethos.
"mc bozeman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Thanks it's stinks. Stinks it's the mantra for what the fuck happened You guys are the most shock jock. Traffic weather other five. Leads you. Larry. Fuck that show look we I was catching up. I have a comment from our Resident Science Advisor Guy Dr Animal PhD hit coming from a few weeks ago. He says Hale catching up on some backlog episodes and I realized I'd missed a Science Q.. Anthony boy asks why a mask doesn't stop farts smell from penetrating to your nostrils and remember we talked about the guys with the. Lady claimed that so I wonder it right now he says I feel this is the best use of my science skills yet by the way we would we'd said, why can we smell the forets even though people were pants and under this very good question. So animals the stink is caused by sulfur dioxide, a molecule that is similar in structure to carbon dioxide. The size of pores and mess obviously allow most co two to penetrate overall be dropping dead or at least losing consciousness regularly sulphur is a big Adam. Is Bigger Adam than carbon one row lower on the periodic table, and so two is a bent molecule not a linear one like co two even though sulfur dioxide is slightly larger much of it would still be able to penetrate reports in the mask the same ones that carbon dioxide exits through unlike carbon dioxide, the bent angle of over dioxide and the electro negatively difference between sulphur and. The. Oxygen. Also make it polar charged at both ends one positive one negative. So it is possible that some sulfur dioxide will be caught up by the mask and it could decrease the intensity of the fart stink, but it wouldn't catch it. All practical science brought to you by the jock inert science. Guy. NERD amazing. I just feel US follow. That makes sense chemistry I was not rangers farted. I remember taking chemistry class and I'm like well, I'm going to have to you know how much mole is when is any of this be useful but here it is useful right here mole a mole is like a measurement it's like a I got a more like more alert. Don't say that more. Marine. Guacamole on. So that's why you should wear a mask and still wear underwear when. You can spread them. Donna how're comment that you follow the science track? Oh you are you trying to start another fight between the? Is Wrong with Joan answer this research I I. I'm not GonNa sit here pretend like I know more than. He said that Yes, absolutely I agree and I agree that he's right and if he turns out to be wrong and I agree. FIDDLES winterbottom the third. Shared a link This article that's titled Mozart Meets Covid Nineteen Finish opera adepts, classic piece. The article is about this finish our opera in taking Mozart piece and including Corona virus and quarantine, and he starts off with something that I said. Is the way to start a comment he says ran was right. To start his covets maybe corona slash cove movies will become a new sub genre film. I don't know how the nation feels but I don't need or want cove nineteen in my entertainment unless it is a movie about the Corona shutting down movie theaters forever does preventing people from watching an endless deluge of movies with lots of. The cast was also performed. Because movies these days just do not have enough full frontal nudity. anyways, if operas are not already annoying enough. This was in response of Wimmer. I freaked out I was like everything's GonNa be every fictional meltdown del our what do you think? Do you see a future where every fictional contemporary piece of fiction has to write in what's going on or can we? Pretend. It didn't happen and still right stuff like that. You know what I'm saying. So the question is does every form of fiction from now on have to acknowledge the fact Cova example say like the flash comes back next season do they all have to be wearing fucking medical masks because there's corona virus everywhere? Does it need to be in there does need to be in your in your? fucking world about like cop shows in law in law shows and stuff that takes place. In. A real. It takes place in a fictional fucking. This is happening on Hulu I. Watched this because my wife watches these like Rom Com. Romantic drama shows there is a series on Hulu called love in the time of Corona. It's a on love in the time of cholera, but it's all about how people are adjusting to relationships and being stuck together and stuff comes out and how they continue and I was like, oh. It's all going to be about this but of course I'm overreacting which is what I do. Yet no see if you're going to make a story that involves corona fine but no, you don't have to start writing into everything to acknowledge the fact that it happened. If. You want to nine eleven. They didn't just fucking make everything about nine eleven. Yeah. If you decide down the road, you're going to set a story in two thousand twenty then yeah. You have to acknowledge the fact that corona virus existed in two thousand twenty. But if you're going to set a story that just happens to take place around that time, you're also not meant to make it a factor the, but here's the problem. Now, you can't really shoot any sex scenes and kissing scenes, any group scenes and location sites. Do. Not Explain that or you righted like you're you're getting really limited into things you can do Iran did you ever see the movie reservoir dogs I? Did that movie took place in a warehouse it did it. It was all just wait. It made up on the spot that was other locations. There was a restaurant. Was the roof great era was one other location mostly that warehouse in the car? They. Halloween on ways you get around having taken limitations and making film four fucking decades I think they'll figure in. A we'll see I. Love I. Love this. Okay I love run, which is freaking out. Telling, you it's going to happen in `fiddlesticks sees the trend to let's finish up you guys with some. What are we watching because holy shit is there a ton of content out there to keep you busy right now by the time the show post hair stuff you can watch like we mentioned bill and Ted is on Vod also in small movie theaters it's an eighty one percent on rotten tomatoes it did hop the vod charts. As well as Chad Mc Bozeman film. So we talked about earlier. So it's dude well, the new mutants is out. Three percent rotten tomatoes score it made about seven million dollars opening weekend and currently it's about ten million dollars worldwide. So that's what that's doing and tenant will be out That's seventy eight percent on rotten tomatoes. Already made fifty, three, million dollars worldwide. Yes. So it's not doing bad worldwide. But, you know the virus receded their first and then got hot here. So they think they have a little more lead time at the people getting comfortable..