Fireside 2.1 ( Hemispheric Views Blog Thu, 21 Sep 2023 00:15:00 -0700 Hemispheric Views Blog en-us Case Study: The Weekly Cost of an iPhone Thu, 21 Sep 2023 00:15:00 -0700 b52642cc-aa23-49ce-862e-6be1cc39a9e7 On episode 094 of Hemispheric Views ( I once again spoke of my (in)famous depreciation spreadsheet. Case Study: The Weekly Cost of an iPhone

On episode 094 of Hemispheric Views I once again spoke of my (in)famous depreciation spreadsheet.

This is the document that tracks all my spending on larger, technology-related items. Some argue that it's also a document that prevents me from experiencing the joy of a new purchase. I counter-argue suggesting that understanding the value of an item helps me appreciate not just the cost of the gadget, but the opportunity cost of not having that money free to be put to use elsewhere.[1]

During the episode recording I referenced the spreadsheet as I was describing my decision to buy an iPhone 15 Pro. I rattled off some statistics, but Martin (appropriately) suggested I write a blog post that provides the necessary detail. Fun fact: the description of number series are not great content for an audio show.

iPhone Depreciation

Above is a view of my spreadsheet, filtered for iPhone purchases. Unfortunately, I don't have data that extends back to my earliest iPhone purchases, which is a shame I will have to live with.

Interestingly, the first two iPhones appear not to have had a long life with me - although the XR is somewhat distorted because it was a work-provided phone that I purchased from the IT department after already having used it for about 12 months (from memory).

Part of my purchase decision around the 15 Pro was to maximise the remaining value of my 13 mini. If I waited longer, the trade-in value of the older device would only decline. That trade-in value, combined with its two years of service, resulted in the phone being incredibly affordable - costing me $2.76 per week. Removal of the $500 trade-in value jumps this cost of ownership up to $7.36 per week! I'm sure you'd agree that's too high, so the trade-in really changes the metrics on this analysis.

This final cost per week of the 13 mini may change ever so slightly, depending upon the exact date of disposal of the phone. I am currently using the longest delivery estimate of the 15 Pro provided by Apple as my presumptive disposal date.

The other thing to note is just how much more this iPhone 15 Pro is costing me compared with every other iPhone for which I have a record. Clearly, while I'm an Apple-nerd, I'm a frugal Apple-nerd.

Rest assured that I have not lost my sensibilities. I have been saving for a new iPhone for some time. I have a YNAB category dedicated to that sole purpose.

In fact, this is almost the most exciting thing about getting a new iPhone - I get to start saving for my next iPhone, setting aside a little each month so that in a few years, I will have all the money I need set aside in a neat little YNAB category.

Budgeting, combined with a depreciation spreadsheet. It's a winning combination.

[1]: For those that don't know, I completed my University degree in Economics.

Arcadia June 2022 Winners Wed, 06 Jul 2022 21:45:00 -0700 0ca6fdad-2931-4d48-ac95-86196f60b90a Woohoo! Let's find out who won! This year, we were thrilled to bring back Arcadia June and see Hemisphereans battle it out across a range of mini games in the app. The competition was unbelievably fierce and it was exciting to see even more enthusiastic participation than last year. If you're reading this after the competition and haven't tried the app, check out Arcadia on the App Store.

Anyway, getting to the point, we finally have our winners! We thank you for your patience, as Jason wore his fingers to the bone recording, counting and tabulating all the scores on the leaderboard.

Assigning points for each first, second and third place gained across the mini games, Jason has found the top three Arcadia players for 2022. See them and their final points below!

  1. EricMWalk: 60
  2. fürstenberg: 37
  3. TashKan: 28

Congratulations to these three gaming Hemisphereans on their fantastic scores and, of course, to everyone who participated! This is EricMWalk’s second victory in a row, so the challenge for 2023 is to topple him!

Also, we’d like to make a further honourable mention of these insane game scores:

  • Top Bricko score — TashKan on 63,670;
  • Top Bubblemania score — Perth Bandits on 32,490; and
  • Top BadaBoom score — EricMWalk on 26,630.

For even more detail, you can check out Jason’s crazy Numbers spreadsheet.


If you enjoyed Arcadia June, let others know about the app so that we can spread even more gaming joy. Catch you for the next episode of Hemispheric Views!

*As was the case last year, please forward all complaints to Andrew or Martin. Definitely not Jason.

Arcadia June 2022 Wed, 01 Jun 2022 20:00:00 -0700 96caa32a-dbb8-498d-bbea-396cb8103eba The online competition is back! Learn how you can participate and submit your high scores. That’s right… Arcadia June is back in 2022! If you didn’t take part last year, Arcadia is an awesome cross-platform app on the App Store, which includes a collection of classic mini games. You can play it on your Apple Watch, iPhone, iPad, Mac and even your Apple TV, with beautiful, precise scaling for every display size and format!

All you have to is play any game (or games) that tickle your fancy in the app, then submit your high scores anytime in the month of June in our special Arcadia June channel on the Hemispheric Discord! We’d also love to hear what you enjoy about the games. 🙂

At the end of June, Arcadia Game Master Jason Burk will reveal the winners and prizes will be allocated! (Any listeners in later time zones, such as Australia and New Zealand, will have until 1 July, to line up with 30 June in the US.)

Have fun and we can’t wait to see your scores!

Promo Codes

Keen to try Arcadia but not sure about spending a few dollars? The first ten people to send an email with the subject Arcadia June 2022 to will receive a promo code to download the app! Thanks to developer Rafaelle for providing them!

More Stuff!

Keen to learn more about Arcadia? Listen to episode 028 to hear Natasha first notify the hemispheres about this great app; check out episode 029 for the initial competition announcement; and enjoy episode 031 to hear Irene (co-developer with Rafaelle) tell the story behind the app.

You can also view the Arcadia June 2021 Leaderboard.


We do not receive any payment for promoting Arcadia—we just love the app!

Our iPad Home Screens Wed, 30 Mar 2022 12:00:00 -0700 2eab19cb-8369-4435-919c-4d01c243945b We discuss and critique each other's Home screens on our One Prime Plus podcast! Hello, Hemisphereans! In the March episode of our One Prime Plus podcast, we discuss and critique each other's iPad Home screens! If you've heard our desk and Mac desktop instalments in the past, it's a similar deal, but perhaps even pickier... 😂 (Thanks to subscriber Pixelgabz for the topic suggestion!) This is what you'll hear: Jason describes the long journey that he has undertaken to reach his current iPad status; Martin explains how he uses two devices differently; and Andrew inadvertently reveals how many things he doesn't use—whaaa...?

For our subscribers, see each of the Home screens below as an easy reference as you listen, with each one displayed in the order that they're discussed. If you'd like to hear the discussion but aren't yet a subscriber, sign up for One Prime Plus today. You'll also gain access to our full back catalogue of episodes, our monthly Hemispheric News and the exclusive #one-prime-plus members' channel in our Hemispheric Discord.

Jason's iPad mini (6th Gen.) Home Screen

Martin's iPad Pro (11-inch, 3rd Gen.) Home Screen

Martin's iPad mini (6th Gen.) Home Screen

Andrew's iPad Pro (11-inch, 3rd Gen.) Home Screen

Leaving Spotify Sun, 30 Jan 2022 21:00:00 -0800 278a9a1f-109c-4618-8982-262a773b5cd9 Why we're leaving the Spotify catalogue Hello, Hemisphereans! In light of the recent controversy surrounding The Joe Rogan Experience on Spotify, resulting from Neil Young’s challenge to the company to deal with misinformation on that show and others, we have decided to remove our podcast from Spotify’s catalogue. This is a complicated issue and we realise that no individual or company is perfect at managing the flow of intentional or unintentional misinformation. In this case, however, we feel that Spotify's decision to host and fund such content makes it a less desirable place to be. Other platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Amazon's Audible service may feature similar misinformation, but they point to RSS feeds in directories rather than pay for and host the content. Of course, if other companies either promote or fail to deal with harmful misinformation, then we would reassess our connection with them as well.

Over the past few years, Spotify has also moved to make more exclusive shows, which is its right to do as a business, however this has contributed to the fracturing of the open podcasting landscape: one that has been made more equal and accessible through RSS on the open Web. We use Fireside as our hosting service because of its integration with and support of RSS as a delivery mechanism for podcasts and blog posts.

We apologise to any listening Hemispherean who has enjoyed our show on Spotify; we even advertised recently that we were on the platform! Instead we would encourage you to listen and subscribe through our website, by adding our RSS feed to a podcast app or visiting us on Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Castro, Google Podcasts, Overcast or Pocket Casts. You can even discover us through Listen Notes, the open podcast search engine.

By listening to our show (and others) through a podcasting app that prioritises RSS, you'll be supporting a more open ecosystem that grants all audio producers the opportunity to be heard on a range of apps and platforms.

Expanding the Hemispheric Views Discord in 2022! Thu, 13 Jan 2022 21:00:00 -0800 4bf03502-d0ee-4df3-a2f6-d699ce5826c0 Since launching our podcast in 2020, we’ve been thrilled to have such wonderful support from devoted Hemisphereans, with excellent feedback, conversation and questions about various topics on the show. A major factor in this interactivity has been our Hemispheric Views Discord group, which was actually prompted by listener Gabriel, who thought that it would be cool to have a place to get to know each other. He was right! With our Discord, we’ve been able to meet our listeners and make new friends.

Last year, we expanded our Discord with a range of new channels, so that it would be easier to find the right space to discuss different topics. We also refreshed our Welcome channel to make it more approachable and digestible for new people when they join. (#Rules are fine, but they’re not always friendly.)

We now have the following channels to chat with friends, receive updates and enjoy behind-the-scenes elements from the show:

  • #announcements — pings when new content or events are available;
  • #general — meet Hemisphereans and share thoughts on podcast topics;
  • #live-events — chat live with friends during tech keynotes and other live events;
  • #media-corner — make and receive recommendations about anything that you’re enjoying, whether a movie, TV show, book or otherwise;
  • #games — not everyone is seriously into gaming, so this is a separate space from Media Corner to discuss the topic;
  • #i-made-this — a safe space to share anything that you’ve been working on or completed, whether a blog post, family meal or knitted clothing;
  • #tech-support — ask fellow Hemisphereans (hosts or listeners!) for help and advice with any tech issues; and
  • #in-my-day — join others in the fun of yelling at clouds and being nostalgic about old technology and media.

In 2022, we’re pleased to introduce another new channel: #One-Prime-Plus! This space is intended exclusively for our Patreon subscribers as a member benefit, in addition to bonus podcast episodes and our monthly newsletter at We hope that subscribers will enjoy it and that it will avoid clogging other channels with content related to the separate podcast feed. Visit the linked site above if you’d like to learn more and join; prices were lowered last year to ensure broader access.

Given our relatively niche audience, which has a diverse range of interests, we want to offer various spaces for discussion but without so many that it causes confusion. We always welcome feedback by email, although it’s even better if you submit it through our Discord!

If you’re following the podcast, we want to say a big THANK YOU. If you haven’t joined the Discord yet, give it a try today!

Nostalgic November // Hemisphereans Thu, 02 Dec 2021 02:00:00 -0800 8e1db91d-67f0-4e36-825e-ecc2d0d1b1f4 For the month of November, we encouraged Hemisphereans to submit photos, videos or stories about anything that they find nostalgic. Whether each submission was about a technological device, movie, song or any other kind of memory, we were simply interested to see what was important to our listeners!

To kick things off, we happened to be very game-centric, with pieces about Stratego, You Don't Know Jack and the Nintendo Zapper. Check out each of the listener submissions below, which are presented in the order that they were received.

Nick Tan (Perth Bandits)

Submitted via Discord

90’s alt/rock/grunge music which I now collect on vinyl

Natasha Kandilas Feld

Submitted via Discord

My siblings and I used to regularly watch the Timon and Pumbaa show on a random VHS tape that we had. The show and our memory of it disappeared into oblivion when DVDs became mainstream. A few weeks ago I sent an audio message to my brother and sister quoting a very specific part of one episode (it had popped into my head and Martin had no idea what I was talking about) and they instantly knew what it was even though we haven’t seen it in years. If you’re interested, I laughed like the French chef in this episode (from about 4:05-4:10).

David Hoskin

Blog Post

As I get older, there are many things that trigger a feeling of nostalgia. There are many past moments that are triggered by sights, sounds, smells, objects. But the one item that is most appropriate for Nostalgic November is my collection of Doc Savage paperbacks... keep reading

Eric Walker

Blog Post

I have always had this interest / fascination with trains which at some point also lead me to model trains when I was younger. I am not sure when it ever first started but it could have been a visit to the Henry Ford Museum... keep reading

Laker Turner

Blog Post

Nostalgia is a weird thing for me. I mean with the amount of memory loss I have, anyone would see the concept of nostalgia as something we wish we had... keep reading

Maique Madeira

Blog Post

I was fortunate to have a happy childhood, full of great memories. There is one of those memories, one that surfaces every time I remember those happy days. Summer vacation had a part where we’d go to the north of the country, mountain area, where both my parents come from... keep reading

Luis Gabriel Santiago Alvarado (Gaby/Gabz)

Blog Post

This is something that comes around every holiday, especially around turkey day. I have lived in Idaho since February 2008, which means every holiday event has been very different from what I was used to, ever since... keep reading

Thank you so much to each of the Hemisphereans who submitted their stories. We love this kind of interaction and appreciate the personal insights that you granted us, along with the general support that you give to our show. If we happened to miss your submission, please let us know and we'll add it!

Of course, nostalgia isn't limited only to the month of November, so feel free to share what makes you happy whenever you like—we'd love to know about it!

One Prime Plus 016: A Word from my Brother Fri, 26 Nov 2021 05:00:00 -0800 e4d4a91d-d91c-4951-b653-50b2f7934b2a Further context to my pre-teen photo discussed in One Prime Plus episode 016. Patrons of Hemispheric Views have recently enjoyed one of our greatest episodes of all time (in my humble opinion). This member-only episode had us reveal a photo of our pre-teen self, and consider how it reflected on how we are today.

My photo was of my dressed as a nerd, with my brother, dressed as a punk. I had fragments of memory but I was curious to know what else my brother, Patrick, might be able to add to the story.

The photo was taken around 1988. That made me 11 years old. It was a church event which Patrick thinks may have been at the South Perth Community Centre. My brother’s wife did the make-up and costumes. She is the one who took the photo.

Patrick was disappointed that neither Martin or Jason mentioned the pocket protector I was wearing, which they thought was the best feature of the whole outfit.

Patrick recalls that I was excited and thought it was a lot of fun. In this, I agree that I would have enjoyed the design and preparation, but I maintain that once I was there, my mood changed and I wanted to get out of there.

The tie I was wearing was one of Patrick’s. He used to wear it to work.

Patrick’s jacket was his and he wore it for a number of years until it eventually fell apart. Patrick got the jacket from our Grandad. My Grandad got it after World War II sometime. So as Jason suggested, that jacket must have seen some shit! It was genuine leather but heavy and stiff.

Thanks Pat, for adding context and detail to our photo exploration!

Nostalgic November // Andrew Thu, 04 Nov 2021 00:15:00 -0700 6daf62e6-1274-48b2-880b-ac1245075351 Nostalgic November // Andrew I was in Year 5 at a new school. I didn’t know anybody. My previous school didn’t have a formal uniform and I’d worn velcro shoes everyday. Now at this new school I had to wear leather lace-ups, and I didn’t know how to tie laces.

Fair to say, I was nervous and apprehensive.

Until I discovered Stratego. Our Year 5 classroom had a bunch of games, but Stratego was epic. I made a good friend playing Stratego. I found my place. I loved the game. Before classes started in the morning, we'd play Stratego. During rainy lunchtimes when outside play was impossible, we'd play Stratego. The winner kept the board, the loser had to shuffle back to the end of the queue of players wanting a turn.

Stratego helped me assimilate into the school and become safe and secure.

In the early 2000’s I found a rudimentary online version of Stratego but it didn’t have the same experience as using a real board and pieces.

Fast-forward to now. A few months ago we were on holiday in Albany, Western Australia and we were exploring a toy store in town. On their shelves were boxes of Stratego.


I looked at the games. I looked at my 10 year old son. I looked back at the games and grabbed a box. Was I buying this game for me, him, or both of us? I like to think the latter, but it was probably the former.

Now, here we are. Nostalgia has delivered an experience in the present.


Nostalgic November // Jason Thu, 04 Nov 2021 00:15:00 -0700 a8633642-617b-4961-a298-5dbd686b921c Nostalgic November // Jason From my early days up until the present, I have always been enamored by computer-based technologies. One of the earliest examples of said technology appearing to be seemingly indistinguishable from magic came in the form of an accessory that accompanied a device that bridged my love of computers and games; the Nintendo Entertainment System and its legendary accessory, the Nintendo Zapper!

The Nintendo Zapper in original gray color from 1985.
Nintendo Entertainment System Zapper Gray

Later in 1989 it was re-released in orange.
Nintendo Entertainment System Zapper Orange

Nostalgic November // Martin Thu, 04 Nov 2021 00:15:00 -0700 d1d67b17-79df-4fbe-8ec8-c89681698075 Nostalgic November // Martin You may be wondering what on Earth is going on in the header for this article. It'll all make sense in a moment!

When I was a kid, I absolutely loved playing games on my family’s Power Macintosh 6500, such as Wolfenstein 3D, Caesar and MDK. When visiting my relatives, I made sure to jump on their later iMacs, including G3 and G4 models, to play a range of other games, including Tony Hawk Pro Skater, Nanosaur, Cro Mag Rally, Bugdom and Harry Potter. All of these games had a huge influence on me and I loved the feeling of being carried away by a combination of action and narrative.

Above all, however, there was one game that was scarred into my brain: the original You Don’t Know Jack by Jellyvision (now Jackbox Games) in 1995.

For those who are unfamiliar, the franchise is a series of TV-style quiz shows that mock the user and throw up a bizarre range of pop-culture references and gibberish. The original version captured the feeling of a TV studio beautifully, and while I was a bit too young at the time to catch and understand all the references, it was the style and use of wordplay and sound effects that really stood out to me.

For Nostalgic November, I present a little taste of that game. In this video, you’ll see it being loaded on iMac G4 in my study—once owned by my late grandmother, Barbara, who loved her Macs—which prompts the running of the Classic (OS 9) environment within Mac OS X, then transitioning to the intro video sequence and one question of the game. I hope that you’ll enjoy it!

This month, share your memories of a thing from your past that brings a smile to your face—be it a movie, song, game, product, whatever! Simply send us a text, image or video in one of the following ways: tag @HemisphericPod on Twitter with #NostalgicNovember; @HemisphericViews on; in our general Discord chat; or by email to

Arcadia June Winners Thu, 15 Jul 2021 03:00:00 -0700 464ec6c8-7f46-4183-8530-8854639fc22b To the victors go the spoils! So who are the victors? As listeners know, we have been celebrating Arcadia June all, uh, June.

Now it's July, so it's finished.

So I guess you all simply go back to listening to the podcast passively now. Well, yes you do, but not before we announce some winners!

That's right, you dutifully submitted scores to us via Discord and we (well, mainly Jason but we praise as a team around here) entered them into a Craft scoreboard.

Now through the magic of the internet and Craft's Secret Link feature, you can find out who the winners are!

Congratulations all. In my eyes, you're all winners.

// Andrew

Announcing One Prime Plus on Patreon! Wed, 05 May 2021 09:30:00 -0700 004e7871-2770-404a-bdfb-b9a1bb2459c6 A new, optional membership experience for our listeners Today we’re thrilled to announce a new addition to our Hemispheric Views universe: a Patreon site! You can find it at

Don’t worry… the regular Hemispheric Views podcast isn't changing, moving or going away! Our new One Prime Plus membership option is simply a sweetener for those who wish to gain extra content.

We’re offering three membership tiers with a range of benefits, as shown below!

1. Support the Northern Hemisphere! / Support the Southern Hemisphere!

  • Price: US$2 per month
  • A shout-out on the show!
  • Access to the member-only podcast: Hemispheric Views One Prime Plus!

2. Global Supporter!

  • Price: US$5 per month
  • A shout-out on the show!
  • Access to the member-only podcast: Hemispheric Views One Prime Plus!
  • Monthly Hemispheric News PDF newsletter!
  • Propose a topic for the show!
  • Join the Hemispheric Views live stream! (twice a year, dates TBD)
  • You get a sweet sticker when you sign up!

3. Take My Money!

  • Price: US$11 per month
  • This includes the same benefits as the 'Global Supporter!' tier above, but just grants you the opportunity to give us more money, if you wish!

To get things rolling for the launch, listeners who join today will find five bonus HVmini episodes waiting in the Hemispheric Views One Prime Plus member-only podcast feed! These include four entirely new instalments and a special 'From the Vault' episode about Jason's home wiki—saved from the vault of deletion by the Feld Foot. From there, you can expect to find a monthly bonus episode and occasional surprises!

Global supporters and those who just want to pay more for the higher tier can also expect to receive the first issue of Hemispheric News this month!

We’re committed to keeping Hemispheric Views light-hearted, fun and accessible, although we also wish to offer more for those who want it. Patreon is this is the best way to do this.

Thank you so much for listening and for all of your support so far! We can’t wait to provide even more to you as members!

Check out Hemispheric Views One Prime Plus today!

Hey everyone! Who's up for a sticker giveaway!? Mon, 01 Mar 2021 10:00:00 -0800 7496f587-1d12-4d60-8c51-c8a88afc072e Post a photo of yourself listening to an episode of Hemispheric Views out in the wild for a chance to score a sweet sticker—sent straight to your doorstep! To enter, simply tag either @HemisphericV on Twitter or @HemisphericViews on, plus either Martin, Andrew or Jason! We will randomly choose five people on March 15th (or 15 March, depending on your hemisphere... 😉)!

Here’s where you can find each host...

Tag Martin

Twitter: @martinfeld @martinfeld

Tag Andrew

Twitter: @andrewcanion @canion

Tag Jason @burk

You can always purchase a sticker as well to support the show at any time! Visit the Hemispheric Views Sticker Shop.

Good luck everyone and thanks for listening!

Chris's Desk Wed, 10 Feb 2021 18:15:00 -0800 2035f592-2557-4985-8285-e13bbbd50721 At Hemispheric Views, we take desk set-ups kind of seriously. Any well-respecting computer user knows that a functioning desk arrangement is key to self-worth. This was so important to us that we created some HVmini episodes to quiz one another on our own desk setups, which you can listen to here:

We are so dedicated to desk set-ups that we invited listeners to send in photos of their desks for us to critique. We created focused podcast episodes on each of those:

We've received another submission through our Discord listener forum—open to anybody who listens to the show and wants to open a line of communication with us and other listeners. This time, we thought that we'd make good use of our new blog!

That submission was from Chris. Apparently, he is a fan of the 🐼 colour scheme, as you can see below in his striking photos:



Chris also went so far as to provide details about the key elements of the photo, as follows:

  • Wrist Rest;
  • Folding Headphone Mount; and
  • The water bottle is essential for making sure he drinks enough water during the work day, and the flexible straw is a bonus.

Of course, we have our thoughts and comments about Chris’ desk.

I love the colour coordination here! The black-and-white scheme is very nice indeed. I think what impresses me the most is that even with a collection of products from different companies, Chris has managed to create a sense of consistency and harmony upon his desk. When it comes to audio devices in particular, the presence of a HomePod is most pleasing (as most people would use that either in a lounge room or kitchen) and the microphone and boom arm look pretty cool together. Does the rest of Chris’s house look this professional? Top marks!

— Martin

Wow, Chris has a full-size running track in his backyard!

— Andrew

That's clearly a cardboard PS5, because we all know they don't really exist in the world.

— Andrew

As a fellow Streamdecker, I respect his privacy in showing the logo only, but I really want to know... what's on his buttons?

— Andrew

Absolutely pristine and serene! Super jealous that he was able to snag a PS5!

Using the best cup! Hydroflask can’t be beat!

— Jason

An overall kick-ass setup that looks super comfortable with colo(u)r co-ordination that is out of this world!

— Jason

Don't eat a giant plate of spaghetti at this desk! 🍝 😱

— Jason

Do you have a desk that you’re proud of? Feel free to share it with us through the aforementioned Discord link or get in touch @HemisphericV on Twitter or by email at We can’t promise that we’ll feature every single one but we’d love to see how you organise your digital life!

A New Blog in 2021?! Wed, 10 Feb 2021 18:00:00 -0800 b533c823-1080-4747-be80-82f738c3e180 Yep, that’s right! Here at Hemispheric Views, we’ve launched a blog when it’s most fashionable.

Expanding our little corner of the Web—a little podcast universe, if you will—we’ll be adding extra content here that goes beyond the show, including other interesting stories, behind-the-scenes stuff and special announcements.

To kick things off, we’re excited to announce our very own sticker store! If you’re into sticking things onto other things, you’ll find our podcast artwork there (with adhesive!) to tickle your fancy. Other designs are coming soon, so keep an eye out!

Thanks so much for listening to the show and even for reading this blog post. You can get in touch and leave feedback @HemisphericV on Twitter, @HemisphericViews on, join our public Discord chat or even (if you’re feeling super-generous) leave a review somewhere like Apple Podcasts.

We’ve had a really fun time making Hemispheric Views since starting in 2020 and we’re looking forward to delivering even more!