The Poké-sode

Premiere DateAug 11, 2016
Categories Talk
00:00 Mic Break
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00:45 Last Call Deepakalypse
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02:51 Drummers Deepakalypse
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05:49 Seth Dandridge
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21:16 They Want More Ages and Ages
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25:59 Kick Me Out Ages and Ages
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29:40 Seth Dandridge
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43:18 Something To Ruin Ages and Ages
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47:37 Now I know Ages and Ages
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50:55 Send Off
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51:08 I’ll Still Be True Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings
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54:58 Keep On Looking Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings
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57:49 Finish
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Today we’re talking in the studio with Seth Dandridge, aka Labelmaker, a software developer and ardent Pokémon Go player who has caught all 142 Pokemon available in the United States, right here in New York City.

He also made a digital map of all the Pokémon in NYC, as part of a larger open source project to locate any Pokémon, anywhere. Though no longer available, we’re talking to him about his Pokémon experience and about the future of augmented reality.

 

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Courtesy of Seth Dandridge

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Courtesy of Seth Dandridge

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Courtesy of Seth Dandridge and his plethora of Magikarps, the universally useless Pokémon

Taia Handlin is a fabulous Portland native currently working and writing in New York City. She received her BA in Gender Studies from Whitman College, where she spent four years amongst the onions of Walla Walla,…

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