Gabe and Erik are joined by Merlin Mann to talk about starting over, what you really should be doing with your life, verbing, inventors, and emotional petshops.
Polish pianist Slawomir Zubrzycki has brought one of Leonardo da Vinci’s lesser-known inventions to life. He spent almost four years building the "viola organista" — a unique musical instrument that looks like a piano but sounds like a quartet of string instruments.
A court has ruled that a social welfare organization that ran a hospital where the mix-up occurred must pay the man about $317,000 for causing him "mental distress by depriving him of an opportunity to gain a higher education." The 60-year-old man is a truck driver. The boy raised in his place by the rich family became the president of a real estate company.
Paul Haddad, co-founder of Tapbots, talks about bring Tweetbot to iOS 7, implementing the new physics and frameworks, the art of compromise, and what’s coming next.
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Anxious mice calm down when they get an infusion of gut microbes from mellow mice. That has scientists wondering if gut microbes play a role in the human brain, too. Research on that is only just beginning. But it’s intriguing to think there could be a real truth to the phrase "gut feelings."
The Dawn and Drew Show! #1018
Hear all about the Chip & Dale’s widow’s weekend extravaganza as it can only be told by our lovely Dawn Miceli.
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This week, Jason Snell puts on his best Italian accent and joins Stephen and Myke to talk about online collaboration, keyboards and the third rail of 5by5 podcasting — comic books.
New York Times columnist Nick Bilton’s new book reveals the social network’s dark side.
The essayist talks to Susan Wheeler about the pleasures of puzzlement.
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