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Greyscalegorilla Podcast: Half Rez, Cold Showers, And Why It’s Been So Long 10 Comments


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  1. Thanks for answering my question Nick! Sitting here enjoying a salad and water today. The Taco Bell next to my work is gonna go out of business now.

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  2. Thanks, Nick. Great Show. Anyone you recommend in Chicago for AfterEffects training?

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  3. kiel

    yeah why did it took so long.. considering its just HALF RES!.
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    i know ill keep it to my self nextime.

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  4. Matt

    This was a great listen Nick!
    Are there any resources you know of to help connect with local motion artists?

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  5. Hey Nick!

    Got the same back problems some years ago.. while it was worst I tried the standing desk (while my studies) and for me it worked well.. I also still got and use my yoga ball (unfortunately only at home, not in the office) and i like it. But the most helpfull thing for a healthy back in our office job is workout I guess… Since I do some exercises especially for the back every week once or twice I never got problems again. When I don’t do them for some weeks I feel my back again… Guess this is what keeps me doin’ this exercises :D

    It’s really easy, about 5-10min of workout 1 to 2 times a week (when you start doing it, perhaps you should do it every day), a little rowing now and then and the back is fine.

    And you’re SO RIGHT concerning the key commands thing with adobe products :D

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