Your host of The Lutheran Cartographer, Nicholas Weber, recently moved to St. Louis to work at CPH. Nicholas tells you a bit about his decision and things to do in St. Louis.My recommended things to check out:The City Museum: https://www.citymuseum.org/Ted Drewes Frozen Custard: http://teddrewes.com/The Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis: https://cathedralstl.org/Forest ParkSt. Louis Art Museum: https://www.slam.org/The St. Louis Zoo: https://www.stlzoo.org/Today’s sponsor is Audible, go to https://LutheranCartographer.com/audible for a free audio book and to try out Audible.If you enjoy the show, please take a moment to rate and review the show on iTunes so that more people will see and listen!
What makes for a sustainable tonewood? What does FSC-certified actually mean? On today's Acoustic Voices Podcast, we learn both and a lot more from Nicholas Weber, the founder of Guitar Tonewoods. Weber has spent decades working with forest managers and guitar companies, sourcing far-flung woods that will eventually show up on instruments. Today Guitar Tonewoods specializes in FSC-certified-only woods (including mahogany, ebony, cedar and rosewoods), all harvested selectively from sustainable forests. From GT's headquarters in Spain, Weber walks us through what these tropical forests are like today, how they are managed, and how technology plays a vital role in making sure they will be around for the next generations. It's a fascinating chat for anyone who wonders about the materials that go into their guitars. Acoustic Voices: A Guitar Podcast is an all-new collaboration between Breedlove Guitars and the Fretboard Journal magazine. We hope you enjoy it. Our music is by Luke Basile. https://breedlovemusic.com/ https://www.fretboardjournal.com/ Love the show? Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share it with your friends.
#EP023 - Selecting the Best Ecommerce Platform for Your Business, Nicholas Weber
What this episode covers:How to start the planning process and understand what your business needsHow to manage the risk of any platform migrationHow to research your optionsHow to select the right partner for the job
Your host, Nicholas Weber, talks about what The Lutheran Cartographer is about, what listeners should expect, and why he’s doing the podcast.Book Discussed:The Quest for Community by Robert Nisbet: https://amzn.to/2M2GIc4 (Amazon affiliate link, supports the show at no cost to you)Nicholas’ mentioned places and things to do:Underground Tour - http://www.undergroundtour.com/Pinball Museum - https://www.seattlepinballmuseum.com/Pacific Science Center - https://www.pacificsciencecenter.org/Tacoma Museum of Glass - https://www.museumofglass.org/ Asado: http://www.asadotacoma.com/