On the “half-decent questions” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper, Josh Spector, Chelcie Riceand Josh Homer welcome Connected Comedy community member Amy Blackwell on the show to discuss balancing having a day job while pursuing a stand-up comedy career, finding part-time work that utilizes your creativity and why social media-based jobs are perfect for comedians.
In addition, we give our thoughts on the new comedy sub-Reddit and trend of posting “meme” images of your bits, some follow up on a checklist of things to do when moving to a new city, comics’ irrational paranoia over having material stolen and Josh Spector wins the scold scorecard this episode in a rant about how most comedians
can’t seem to follow the simplest of instructions.
Links from this episode:
The Sex & Cash Theory [Hugh MacLeod]
Mashable – Jobs Search
Why You Should Get To Know A Viral Agency [Connected Comedy]
New Reddit comedy meme page benefits established comics, up and comers and fans [Laughspin]