Episode 40 – Going Limited | “Daft Bunk”

This episode we’re pleased to welcome back Mark Wilkinson, first interviewed in Episode 29. We quiz Mark about his leap from ‘sole-trading freelancer’ to the founder of Limited company ‘Highrise Digital’. Mark W provides lots of useful information for anyone considering a similar move: financial matters, VAT, partnering up, and employees.

Mark W’s picked the Toolstar, and chose QuickCast, a simple to use screencasting app, providing easy recording, publishing and sharing.

For the Relative Paths Playlist, my submission is ‘Eating Hooks’ (instrumental) by Moderat. It comes from the instrumental version of their 2016 Album ‘III’.

Mark’s track is called ‘Try the Bass’ by Ronald Jenkees. It’s nuts. NUTS. Added to the Relative Paths Alt Playlist

Subscribe and keep in touch:

The music we use for various intro bits, stings and outro is ‘Vitreous Detachment’ by Origamibiro, used with kind permission.


Highrise Digital     Mark on Twitter     Mark’s Blog    Rachel Andrew’s blogposts on vatmoss     Licecap     Nimbus Screen Capture and Video Recorder

  • digiltd

    Alas, not sure you can get QuickCast anymore, or at least not in the UK.

    Whilst I am still looking for the app that gives me a decent little editor (if I need it) and share functions (if i need them) with the speed of the built in macOS screen capture, Monosnap does a pretty good job.


    Screenshots, screencasts, cam recording, audio recording, Mac/PC, share to Dropbox and the usual suspect but also to your own space (sftp or S3)

    If sitting down and putting together a screencast, then ScreenFlow is worth a look even if it is just for the compression and speed it gives you. It does cost $99, but can often be found in those Mac bundles for much less.