with /Micki Krimmel, Derek Powazek, Tantek
This year’s tHGS@SXSW is March 16th: Something From Nothing feat. Derek Sivers (CDBaby), Andy Baio
(Upcoming, waxy) + Janice Fraser (Emmet Labs, Adaptive Path). Please come. Participate from anywhere
and help make it happen and support great crowdsourced convo. http://heathergold.com/show
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Maria Bamford: Greatest Living Comic Authority on Depression (Comedy DSM I ) Buy tix now for January 19th consultMonday, December 15th, 2008
Above: the greatest living comic authority on depression: Maria Bamford
Who: host comedian Heather Gold (“Cookie”), guests Maria Bamford (Comedy Central’s Comedians of Comedy), SF favourite Will Franken (Good Luck With It), and Cynthia Levin (Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn)
What: The Heather Gold Show@SFSketchfest: Comedians on Depression at SF Sketchfest
When: Monday January 19th, 2008. 8-9:30pm,
Where: Eureka Theatre 215 Jackson St San Francisco CA 94111 and podcats online at heathergold.com/show
Tickets: $15. Way cheaper than therapy. Available at sfsketchfest.com or 866-468-3399
I’ve wanted to do this show since I looked in my wife’s psychology textbook under depression for information and it had a picture of Drew Carey and just said ‘Comedians are depressed.’ So now I’m consulting comedians. Only the best. These are the cream of the crop. It will be neurologically impossible to be depressed during this show. We may even cure a few therapists before the night is done. I hear they need help.
Who knows more about depression than comedians? Maria Bamford (Comedians of Comedy, Conan O’Brien, Jay Leno, Variety’s Top Ten Comics), Will Franken (Good Luck With It, Best SF Comedian), Cynthia Levin (Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn) and surprise therapy guests join comic and host Heather Gold and you. Is it possible to be a comic without first being depressed? Are there Americans who aren’t depressed? These and other fine answers await your participation at Comedians on Depression. Will not cause drowsiness, bloating or leakage. Cheaper than therapy.
We did one of my favourite Heather Gold Shows on perception (listen) which featured many synesthetes. It’s really one of my favourite subjects, possibly because I associate physical sensation with much of what I do creatively. Or maybe it’s just because it seems the closest human being come to supernatural powers.
toque tip: A Sull.
While Heather is off getting formally committed in San Francisco, listen to the most recent show, recorded on June 12. About halfway through, there’s a moment where everyone copped to being in love, and what that means. A most adorable moment!
Listen to the full discussion about genetics, weaving, software development, democracy, risk management, and a process that encourages the inclusion of multiple points of views when making a decision. With Denise Caruso, Jesse Simons, Travis Meinolf and other guests.
The Heather Gold Show: Process Over Outcome, May 12, 2008 (mp3 file, 34 MB)
Oprah just announced at the end of her 10 weeks with Eckhart Tolle that she’ll be continuing the Monday night webcasts as her Soul Series. This is the name of her weekly XM Radio broadcasts covering the spiritual stuff she’s most passionate about, but that she doesn’t feel the TV audience is ready for. I’ve heard her say so on the Radio show.
This is powerful stuff for the web and connecting people through talk shows online which is at the heart of the Heather Gold Show (tHGS) mission. She even used the Ghandi quote about “being the change you wish to see in the world” which I used for the first few shows.
If you want people to connect, the web is really much more the right medium than pure television.
Tibetan Rights activist Dechen Tsering, holistic nutritionist Michael Macaluso, philosophy of law scholar Roger Berkowitz, and Heather Gold discuss China’s aggressive policy towards Tibet, the sources of aggression, whether aggression is the same as violence, and more. Listen to this fascinating disucssion in a talk radio format.
I think its the wrong question to ask if your goal is to have more women’s opinions spoken in public. A more helpful question is: what helps women talk on camera?
Join me and chief Valleywag Owen Thomas, TMZ.com General Manager Alan Citron, NY Times reporter Shaila Dewan, twitter founder Ev Williams and surprise guest and Star on-air personality Julia Allison as we discuss Gossip at SXSW08.
This carousing panel featured so many great moments- Julia sitting on my lap, Shaila bursting Julia’s bubble about fact checking and “respectable” main stream media, and the genuine community response to the Mark Zuckerberg / Sarah Lacy keynote disaster….it’s worth watching the video as well.
During my SXSW panel, “Gossip,” tech scene gossip-ee Julia Allison booed Chief Valleywag and gossiper Owen Thomas, then ended up joining our panel, sitting on my lap and became part of a carousing, unpredictable conversation that was twittered, liveblogged on Valleywag twice while it went on. Lane Becker called it “The best panel I’ve ever been to at SXSW.”
Until I can get it up in the nav, I’ll just let you know here: If you’d like to support my work, donate via paypal nosh at subvert.com. Thanks to JoCo for the inspiration to ask.