The inimitable Doc Pop brings us a slew of really fun snap tricks in his latest PopCast yoyo vlog. There is a ton of great stuff in here, and snapping the string is always a fun (if slightly unpredictable) way to get something new happening in the middle of a combo. Enjoy!
The Scales Collective is at it again with another podcast that brings an influential force in the yoyo industry to the front. Seth Peterson talks with Keiran Cooper and Patrick Canny about Save Deth, the first lifestyle brand in the yoyo industry and a huge creative force in the “mid school” period just after the Hyper YoYo boom died out.
Seth Peterson is one of the most influential yo-yo players of all time, but unlike most, it’s for more than just his tricks.
Seth led a very inspiring yo-yo movement called Save Deth, in which he had travelled with Dave Poyzer all over the United States and filmed amazing yo-yo content, whether it be at contests or just in a casual scene. On top of this, Seth’s attention to design and detail in all aspects such as clothing and content is something that lots of people worldwide learned and stemmed off of. To call him an innovator is an understatement; he is a pioneer.
Interview by Keiran Cooper and Patrick Canny
Introduction by Mark Mangarin
We’d like to officially welcome YoYoRadio.net to the YoYoNews family!
YoYoRadio is the first internet radio show by and for yoyoers; a one-hour show that broadcasts live each Friday at 9:30 pm (EST). You can listen live and/or download the show later from the archives. Conceived and hosted by Joe Mitchell, the show began in 2005 and is the first of its kind. Other internet radio shows and podcasts have come and gone, but YoYoRadio has stood the test of time.
Joe Mitchell is a 3rd generation toy store owner…his family owned and operated a store called “Mitchell’s Trains, Toys, & Hobbies” from 1953 until it closed in 2008. In October 2008, Joe opened YoYo Joe’s Toys & Fun, carrying many of the same toy lines as Mitchell’s and continuing his focus on competition-quality brands of yoyos. Joe has also been organizing the Mid-Atlantic Regional YoYo Contest since 2000.