A conversation with Alex Duner, who is studying journalism and computer science at Northwestern University. Alex is a student fellow at the Knight Lab and blogs at alexduner.com. We discuss Doug Engelbart, technology and journalism, computer chess and exploring source code for stories.
Styling plays a big part in making the web look super cool and approachable, so it’s important that developers know the fundamentals of CSS, and this is where Chris comes in.
Today we’re going to be chatting about modern front end development practices, user experience, and accessibility.
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Christie and Kevin talk to Amber Case about creating and evangelizing the Indie Web: your own site, talking to other sites, outside of silos. Like old, good times.
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: A new documentary shows the genius and tragedy of Aaron Swartz, Hobby Lobby v. Women, the race to replace Rep. Henry Waxman is on, and we look at the surprising locale of the most segregated schools in America.
Iain McIntyre talks with Ian Milliss about his involvement with Sydney’s Victoria St squats. During the early 1970s this street in Kings Cross became the focus of a long running anti-development struggle that brought together long term residents, unionists and squatters in a campaign which reignited squatting across the city. The interview, originally broadcast on Community Radio 3CR, discusses the highs and lows of defying thugs, gangsters and the police in defence of a unique community. For more on Victoria St and the history of squatting in general visit www.australianmuseumofsquatting.org
We are joined by Bradley Chambers to discuss keeping your resume updated, diversifying your income, being ready for change, networking with others and becoming a part of the conversation.
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Zac drank Coke
Andrew drank Pangalactic Gargle Blaster
Bradley drank Hawaiian Coffee
The "goto fail" SSL bug and the chances that it was nefariously introduced by an NSA effort, possibly as part of their $250 million annual budget for such operations.
Apple’s warrant canary.
Casey’s and Marco’s hard-to-find bugs and language misfeatures. (Perl protects John from writing bugs.)
Whether language-interpreter warnings should be treated as errors in production.
The Scriptnotes episode with the Final Draft CEO, the follow-up in the next episode, and Kent Tessman’s response.
After-show: Google lobbying against Glass bans while driving, and Objective-C exception conventions.
Next week will be the Software Methodologies show. For real this time!
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The closing keynote from the border:none event held in Nuremberg in October 2013.
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