Unfinished Business episode 19: Would you like a little more Star Trek with your lens flare?

  • Words: Andy Clarke
  • Tagged with: podcast

While Anna’s away in Amsterdam, I talk with designer Laura Kalbag about Star Trek Into Darkness, how we name our wifi networks and whether location really affects our businesses. We discuss about how to find good sub-contractors and the differences between working for clients direct or via third-parties.

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