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Sweating The Small Stuff

Cameron Boozarjomehri

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Sweating The Small Stuff

Sweating The Small Stuff

Cameron Boozarjomehri

7
Followers
18
Plays
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Explore the amazing science, stories, and misconceptions behind your favorite pop culture moments. Join host Cameron Boozarjomehri as he uncovers unexpected lessons from the movies, moments, and figures you thought you knew.Have a topic you think we should explore? Send us an email to smallstuffshow@gmail.com

Latest Episodes

054 - Osmosis Jones: Viral Vengeance Or Just Cells At Work

Enjoy a tour of human anatomy on an atomic level as we seperate movie tropes from actual science. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by sharing it with a friend, or donating to our tip jar or on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Check out our podcasting host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free, no credit card required, forever. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

24 MIN1 w ago
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054 - Osmosis Jones: Viral Vengeance Or Just Cells At Work

Bonus - Retro Spectives Podcast: How Does Halo Hold Up?

EOn the 15th of November, 2001, the Xbox launched with a tremendous bang. Not since Super Mario World for the SNES had a launch title been so well regarded. Halo invented, and went on to define how console FPS games should be made - limited weapons, regenerating health, slight auto-aim - Halo made these the industry standard. Halo was seen as a masterpiece - not just for its single player campaign, but for its fun couch co-op mode and competitive multiplayer. But has Halo actually stood the test of time, 18 years later? With a million sequels to its name, and the Masterchief Collection delivering a remaster of the games, is it just a nostalgic trip to visit the grandfather of console FPS? Or does it stand up strong alongside its peers, and show the world that Halo is a true classic? Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating to our tip jar or on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and ...

97 MINFEB. 24
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Bonus - Retro Spectives Podcast: How Does Halo Hold Up?

053 - The Democr-App-tic Process

The Hiatis will have to wait! Sam is in the studio to explain the Iowa Caucuses and Camerons around to explain how to name your secret software development firm! Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating to our tip jar or on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

27 MINFEB. 10
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053 - The Democr-App-tic Process

052 - Star Wars: Not Quite SciFi

Dear Listener, First off, thanks for listening to all the stuff I've created over the past year. I've put a lot of effort into it and I really appreciate knowing folks enjoyed it. This episode in particular was ultra special to me for 2 reason. 1) It caps off a year of hard work interviewing and learning from some truly amazing folks. 2) It was my chance to introduce y'all to a project my brother (your mind fiend) has been hard at work on! You may not have guessed but in addition to being a Star Wars super nerd he is a Film Maker, which made him uniquely qualified to help with his episode. And he is so passionate about film making and cinematography (which is his actual profession) that he and his buddy started the You Tube channel Frame Forge. They have covered everything from how to make a good film to why we love the films we do, and best of all they helped make a video version of this episode which you can see over on Sweating The Small Stuff's own channel!!! ...I highly recomme...

30 MINFEB. 3
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052 - Star Wars: Not Quite SciFi

051 - 1917: J.R.R. Tolkein's Blueprint for The Lord of the Rings

This week Cameron and Sam dive into the movie 1917. Yes it's an academy nominated masterpiece, but it's also an extremely realistic look into the day to day life of WWI soldiers. The same life that J.R.R. Tolkein lived everyday, and that would inspire the creation of The Lord of the Rings. Listen in as they draw parallels, find clues, and learn how one of the worst wars inspired a timeless adventure. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating to our tip jar or on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

23 MINENE. 27
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051 - 1917: J.R.R. Tolkein's Blueprint for The Lord of the Rings

050 - Star Trek: Replicate This

Everyone knows the replicator as that magic box on Star Trek that can pump out everything from Altair Water to Apple Pie (they're both a thing), but in reality that technology is not as far flung as we might think. This week our resident 3D printing expert Keon Boozarjomehri (He Literally wrote the book on this) returns to tell us about the future of 3D printers and the implications of replicator technology! Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off fo...

26 MINENE. 20
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050 - Star Trek: Replicate This

049 - The Imitation Game, Chris Klesges, and the real Alan Turing

Alan Turing played key roles throughout his life in the fields of computing, cryptography, philosophy and reasoning. To this day we benefit from his vast contributions. But unfortunately he lived in a different time that was not as accepting of his lifestyle. Join us as guest expert and Turing historian Christopher Klesges guides us through a celebration of Turing's many achievements and follow his life from his early youth to his restoration years after his death. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgr...

25 MINENE. 13
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049 - The Imitation Game, Chris Klesges, and the real Alan Turing

048 - Jesse Buonanno: Card Games, Crypto Currencies, and the Future of Digital Assets

Pokemon, Magic The Gathering, Hearthstone, Overwatch, Counter strike, and Fortnite. All games that have found a new way to extract money from players through the randomness and excitement ofcard packs and loot boxes. But wherever there's profit, you can find cheaters, counterfeiters, and all sorts of other nefarious agents. And even then, whatever you buy is still trapped in the game. Fortunately Jesse Buonanno sees a different path forward. One where you can buy, sell, and truly own your digital assets while protecting against the less honest among us. Listen in as he shares a vision of the future of how we buy, sell, and trade. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to the...

19 MINENE. 6
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048 - Jesse Buonanno: Card Games, Crypto Currencies, and the Future of Digital Assets

047 - Scott Holmdahl and the Future of Music

Scott is back, this time to teach us all about the future of sound! From classic tricks to Artificial Intelligence, learn where the sounds we love are heading and how they'll get there. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

17 MIN2019 DIC. 30
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047 - Scott Holmdahl and the Future of Music

046 - Stranger Things: How To Make Iconic Sounds

Sound. It's all around us, and yet barely notice it. Your favorite movie, show, app. They all use sound to complete the experience and draw you into their world. Join us as Scott Holmdahl guides us through how they make the iconic sounds all around us, and the industry that makes it possible. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

25 MIN2019 DIC. 23
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046 - Stranger Things: How To Make Iconic Sounds

Latest Episodes

054 - Osmosis Jones: Viral Vengeance Or Just Cells At Work

Enjoy a tour of human anatomy on an atomic level as we seperate movie tropes from actual science. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by sharing it with a friend, or donating to our tip jar or on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Check out our podcasting host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free, no credit card required, forever. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
054 - Osmosis Jones: Viral Vengeance Or Just Cells At Work

Bonus - Retro Spectives Podcast: How Does Halo Hold Up?

EOn the 15th of November, 2001, the Xbox launched with a tremendous bang. Not since Super Mario World for the SNES had a launch title been so well regarded. Halo invented, and went on to define how console FPS games should be made - limited weapons, regenerating health, slight auto-aim - Halo made these the industry standard. Halo was seen as a masterpiece - not just for its single player campaign, but for its fun couch co-op mode and competitive multiplayer. But has Halo actually stood the test of time, 18 years later? With a million sequels to its name, and the Masterchief Collection delivering a remaster of the games, is it just a nostalgic trip to visit the grandfather of console FPS? Or does it stand up strong alongside its peers, and show the world that Halo is a true classic? Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating to our tip jar or on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and ...

97 MINFEB. 24
Comments
Bonus - Retro Spectives Podcast: How Does Halo Hold Up?

053 - The Democr-App-tic Process

The Hiatis will have to wait! Sam is in the studio to explain the Iowa Caucuses and Camerons around to explain how to name your secret software development firm! Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating to our tip jar or on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

27 MINFEB. 10
Comments
053 - The Democr-App-tic Process

052 - Star Wars: Not Quite SciFi

Dear Listener, First off, thanks for listening to all the stuff I've created over the past year. I've put a lot of effort into it and I really appreciate knowing folks enjoyed it. This episode in particular was ultra special to me for 2 reason. 1) It caps off a year of hard work interviewing and learning from some truly amazing folks. 2) It was my chance to introduce y'all to a project my brother (your mind fiend) has been hard at work on! You may not have guessed but in addition to being a Star Wars super nerd he is a Film Maker, which made him uniquely qualified to help with his episode. And he is so passionate about film making and cinematography (which is his actual profession) that he and his buddy started the You Tube channel Frame Forge. They have covered everything from how to make a good film to why we love the films we do, and best of all they helped make a video version of this episode which you can see over on Sweating The Small Stuff's own channel!!! ...I highly recomme...

30 MINFEB. 3
Comments
052 - Star Wars: Not Quite SciFi

051 - 1917: J.R.R. Tolkein's Blueprint for The Lord of the Rings

This week Cameron and Sam dive into the movie 1917. Yes it's an academy nominated masterpiece, but it's also an extremely realistic look into the day to day life of WWI soldiers. The same life that J.R.R. Tolkein lived everyday, and that would inspire the creation of The Lord of the Rings. Listen in as they draw parallels, find clues, and learn how one of the worst wars inspired a timeless adventure. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating to our tip jar or on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

23 MINENE. 27
Comments
051 - 1917: J.R.R. Tolkein's Blueprint for The Lord of the Rings

050 - Star Trek: Replicate This

Everyone knows the replicator as that magic box on Star Trek that can pump out everything from Altair Water to Apple Pie (they're both a thing), but in reality that technology is not as far flung as we might think. This week our resident 3D printing expert Keon Boozarjomehri (He Literally wrote the book on this) returns to tell us about the future of 3D printers and the implications of replicator technology! Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off fo...

26 MINENE. 20
Comments
050 - Star Trek: Replicate This

049 - The Imitation Game, Chris Klesges, and the real Alan Turing

Alan Turing played key roles throughout his life in the fields of computing, cryptography, philosophy and reasoning. To this day we benefit from his vast contributions. But unfortunately he lived in a different time that was not as accepting of his lifestyle. Join us as guest expert and Turing historian Christopher Klesges guides us through a celebration of Turing's many achievements and follow his life from his early youth to his restoration years after his death. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgr...

25 MINENE. 13
Comments
049 - The Imitation Game, Chris Klesges, and the real Alan Turing

048 - Jesse Buonanno: Card Games, Crypto Currencies, and the Future of Digital Assets

Pokemon, Magic The Gathering, Hearthstone, Overwatch, Counter strike, and Fortnite. All games that have found a new way to extract money from players through the randomness and excitement ofcard packs and loot boxes. But wherever there's profit, you can find cheaters, counterfeiters, and all sorts of other nefarious agents. And even then, whatever you buy is still trapped in the game. Fortunately Jesse Buonanno sees a different path forward. One where you can buy, sell, and truly own your digital assets while protecting against the less honest among us. Listen in as he shares a vision of the future of how we buy, sell, and trade. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to the...

19 MINENE. 6
Comments
048 - Jesse Buonanno: Card Games, Crypto Currencies, and the Future of Digital Assets

047 - Scott Holmdahl and the Future of Music

Scott is back, this time to teach us all about the future of sound! From classic tricks to Artificial Intelligence, learn where the sounds we love are heading and how they'll get there. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

17 MIN2019 DIC. 30
Comments
047 - Scott Holmdahl and the Future of Music

046 - Stranger Things: How To Make Iconic Sounds

Sound. It's all around us, and yet barely notice it. Your favorite movie, show, app. They all use sound to complete the experience and draw you into their world. Join us as Scott Holmdahl guides us through how they make the iconic sounds all around us, and the industry that makes it possible. Enjoy the episode? Please consider supporting the show by donating on Patreon. Donations help everyone. They help cut down on ads and clickbait, help create more insightful content, and signal that you value this show. Best of all, by donating on Patreon you'll get access to even more content and episodes! Support Sweating The Small Stuff by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/sweating-the-small-stuff This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-306384 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Sweating The Small Stuff.

25 MIN2019 DIC. 23
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046 - Stranger Things: How To Make Iconic Sounds
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