adactio / Jeremy Keith

An Irish web developer living in Brighton, England working with Clearleft.

I built Huffduffer.

There are twenty-five people in adactio’s collective.

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  1. A Very Special Afghan Whigs Episode

    Grab a beverage, find a comfortable seat, or hop in the car for a road trip, because this is a long one. We take in an in-depth look at the history of one our favorite bands, The Afghan Whigs, with special guest Lee Heidel, proprietor of SummerKiss.com, the longest running and most comprehensive Afghan Whigs, Twilight Singers, Gutter Twins and all-things Greg Dulli website on the planet. Then, we go off into uncharted territory and review a new album! Do To The Beast is the fi […]

    http://digmeout.podbean.com/2014/04/15/170-a-very-special-afghan-whigs-episode/

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  2. The Matzo Economy : Planet Money : NPR

    How do you make money manufacturing a dry, bland cracker that a tiny percentage of the population eats just one week a year?

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2012/04/10/150368897/the-matzo-economy

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  3. A Love Letter To Matzo: Why The Holey Cracker Is A Crunch Above

    Plain, dry matzo tends to have a reputation for tastelessness. But Dan Pashman, host of the food podcast and blog The Sporkful, argues that the crunchy cracker is a culinary marvel.

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  4. Andrew Clarke and guests have Unfinished Business

    A weekly discussion show about the business end, the sharp end of web, design and creative industries.

    On this week’s Unfinished Business I’m joined by not one, but two guests to keep me out of trouble, Laura Kalbag and marathon runner Rachel Andrew. We talk about the fallout from last week’s news that publisher Five Simple Steps has closed, what this means for other niche publishers and for the authors who write for them.

    We talk about how the abrupt announcement of the closure could’ve been handled better and the lessons we might learn to help us in the future. Finally, we break down how advances and royalties work differently between small and large publishers and the reasons why authors might choose a publisher over self-publishing their books.

    http://unfinished.bz/64

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  5. Episode 66: Anna Debenham | Happy Monday

    Anna Debenham is a front end developer and an all-around great person.

    http://www.happymondaypodcast.com/episodes/2030-episode-66-anna-debenham

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  6. Episode 64: Sarah and Josh | Happy Monday

    Sarah and Josh call for a bit of reform in our industry’s conference circuit.

    http://www.happymondaypodcast.com/episodes/1938-episode-64-sarah-and-josh

    —Huffduffed by adactio one week ago

  7. The Web Ahead #66: Web Components with Peter Gasston

    Web Components seem to be taking the JavaScript community by storm. The three parts of this technology give developers a chance to define their own HTML elements, adjust the defaults, and share with others. Learn about it all from Peter Gasston.

    http://5by5.tv/webahead/66

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  8. Donal Lunny and Paddy Glackin

    Donal Lunny Paddy Glackin live from the Solidarity with Japan Session.

    http://www.livetrad.com/podcast/?p=episode&name=2011-06-30_donal_lunny_paddy_glackin.mp3

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  9. Little Atoms 319 — FutureEverything 2014 — James Bridle & Eleanor Saitta

    James Bridle is a writer, artist, publisher and technologist usually based in London, UK. His work covers the intersection of literature, culture and the network. He has written for WIRED, ICON, Domus, Cabinet, the Atlantic and many other publications, and writes a regular column for the Observer newspaper on publishing and technology. In 2011, he coined the term “New Aesthetic”, and his ongoing research around this subject has been featured and discussed worldwide. His work, such as the Iraq War Historiography, an encyclopaedia of Wikipedia Changelogs, has been exhibited at galleries in the Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia, and has been commissioned by organisations such as Artangel, Mu Eindhoven, and the Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC.

    Eleanor Saitta is a hacker, designer, artist and writer. She makes a living and a vocation of understanding how complex systems operate and redesigning them to work, or at least fail, better. Her work is transdisciplinary, using everything from electronics, software, and paint to social rules and words as media with which to explore and shape our interactions with the world. Her focuses include the seamless integration of technology into the lived experience, the humanity of objects and the built environment, and systemic resilience and conviviality. Eleanor is Principal Security Engineer at the Open Internet Tools Project (OpenITP), directing the OpenITP Peer Review Board for open source software and working on adversary modeling. She is also Technical Director at the International Modern Media Institute (IMMI), a member of the advisory boards at Geeks Without Bounds (GWoB) and the Calyx Institute, and works on occasion as a Senior Security Associate with Stach & Liu. She is a founder of the Constitutional Analysis Support Team (CAST), previously co-founded the Seattle-based Public N3rd Area hacker space, and works on the Trike and Briar projects.

    http://www.sidrodrigues.com/2014/04/little-atoms-319-futureeverything-2014-james-bridle-eleanor-saitta/

    —Huffduffed by adactio one week ago

  10. William Gibson: The New Cyber/Reality

    The man who coined the term "cyberspace," science fiction writer and futurist William Gibson joins The Agenda to discuss the new cyber-reality and where the human race might be headed next.

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