Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Feeding Our Creative Beasts

Are sequels ever better than the first outing? Of course there are the classic cinematic examples of The Empire Strikes Back, Godfather Part II and, of course, Home Alone 2: Lost In New York. Get ready to add the Twist & Shout Podcast to that list, because Episode 2 is chock full of delicious content!

This time around our Creative Directors Rob & Jim are talking about “Feeding the Beast”. No, that isn’t about the terrifying half-man creature who lives in the T&S basement (and whose existence we refuse to acknowledge), it’s about feeding your creative beast!

On the other side of that play button you’ll find;

      An interview with the young stars of our new online security project Parental Control

      Rob McCollum discussing his smash-hit viral video Hamilaria

      Restricted Intelligence taking over the National Space Centre (Rob being amazed that the England HAS a National Space Centre) and showing businesses how they can deal with their informational security problems with more intelligence

      Darren Argyle, the CISO of Markit, talking about the challenge of getting a well educated & savvy workforce to take notice of their InfoSec responsibilities.


So plug us into your ears and feed your own beast!



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