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I randomly call... Mike Bithell
It probably is no secret that I’m a big fan of Mike Bithell‘s 2012, 2013 and 2014 release Thomas Was Alone. This tweet happened earlier today.
@tha_rami @xMattieBrice @LaurakBuzz USELESS TWEET RAMI. (wanna skype and chat about how useless I think you are? We can upload)
— Mike Bithell (@mikeBithell) August 4, 2014
So I recorded a 1.5 hour chat with Mike Bithell live on Twitch and this is what came out of that.
I plan to do these occasionally, calling someone in the industry without too much warning, to record a chat for an hour and a half about life, video games, inspiration, creativity, media, politics, activism, books, cuisine and whatever else is on their mind. There’s no format except for 10 minutes of Q&A at the end, followed by 1 minute of rapid-fire Q&A and me asking the guest who I should call next. Each of these episodes is livestreamed over at my Twitch channel when I record them – so do follow me there if you want to catch these live.
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