Posts Tagged ‘David Perrodin’

Safe Rooms & Cry Rooms | Welcome to College with Author Ann Sterzinger | SAFETY DOC PODCAST #69

PODCAST-Misanthropic author Ann Sterzinger and host David Perrodin attempt to gain philosophical understanding of the epistemological foundation for post-secondary institutions of learning proliferating safe rooms and cry rooms across campuses. Initially the guise of art, such rooms shed temporary labels and are rooting in libraries, lecture halls, and dorms. Not invasive. Welcomed.   DIRECT LINK…

Read More

Seven Reasons to Stop Making & Taking Surveys | SAFETY DOC PODCAST 68 with Dr. David Perrodin

PODCAST-“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple” (Dr. Seuss). Dr. Perrodin centers this episode to the seven reasons he loathes surveys and lays out a vastly better alternative for gathering relevant input to inform decision making.    DIRECT LINK to MP3 of this Episode:  https://tinyurl.com/SDP68   WHAT IS A SURVEY – THE NUTS…

Read More

Burning Building Bathroom Blues | My Hot Water Needs Heating | SAFETY DOC PODCAST #67

PODCAST-This is the LAST May in 2018 – disheartening news as David apparently overlooked the other Mays of 2018. Perhaps he should unfollow the Mayan calendar? In this episode, Dr. Perrodin flies solo and revolves anecdotal stories to touch upon agency, purpose and situational awareness.   DIRECT LINK to MP3 of this Episode:  https://tinyurl.com/SDP67   TWO-ALARM…

Read More

SAFETY DOC PODCAST 64 – Browse Without Being Tracked | Security Analyst Trip Elix

PODCAST-Trip Elix has worked as an investigator and associated with business leaders along with the computer underground. He has been a computer forensic technician; security consultant, administrator, programmer, and system analyst, who has used or owned almost every version of every operating system since the 1980’s. He currently attends security conferences held by the computer underground…

Read More

SAFETY DOC PODCAST #63: Rituals Make Us Stronger | Interview with TJ Martinell

PODCAST-Author/Writer/Reporter/Outdoorsman TJ Martinell appraises routines, rituals and experiences versus accumulation of “stuff”. Embracing an authentic, minimalism-grounded lifestyle from his svelte-outfitted cabin, TJ suggests that finding yourself begins with reconnaissance and locating the empirical origins of both ancestry and philosophical epistemology. Making the world perceptible, TJ describes his pilgrimage to view the US Constitution or stand upon the…

Read More