Meet Adam Rozenhart, a nonstop creator of interesting things on the Internet, including his latest podcast, The Expats, in which he interviews Canadians living abroad.
In this episode, Adam and I talk about many online adventures, including OilersNation, which he co-founded with the man they call Wanye Gretz; The Unknown Studio, a podcast he does with Scott Bourgeois; and a couple of YouTube experiments: Just Adam Minute and Friends Without Benefits (a sketch comedy series with Andrea Beça and Trent Wilkie).
Besides OilersNation and his own creations, Adam also recommends these local blogs:
- Zoe Todd’s Urbane Adventurer
- Linda Hoang‘s eponymous blog
- Mack Male’s Mastermaq blog
- Sharon Yeo’s Only Here for the Food
- Phil Wilson’s Baconhound
On the podcast front, he listens to:
- Sweet Tooth and Meat Tooth by Phil Wilson and Karlynn Johnston
- Mack and Cheese by Mack Male and Graham Hicks
- The Press Gallery, the Edmonton Journal’s politics podcast.
We talked for so long that I ended up cutting out Adam’s non-local podcast recommendations, but they are Talkfoolery, 99% Invisible and Welcome to Nightvale.
You can find more about Adam on his website, and follow him on Twitter: @bingofuel.
(The podcast theme music is from Beethoven’s Sonata No. 1 in F Minor, Op. 2 No. 1, played by Daniel Veesey and shared under a Creative Commons licence.)
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My channel is up to $125/month. That hasn’t got even close to minimum wage if I count my hours, but it’s something!