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  1. Chloe Weil — Hipster

    Chloe Weil is a hilarious person-who-makes-things. She has one cat.

    I built Twitter. For the past few months I’ve loosely talked about my intent to publish micro-content (a tweet) to my site and send a copy out to Twitter, as opposed to using Twitter directly. This publishing model goes by the acronym POSSE: Post to your Own Site and Syndicate Elsewhere.

    http://chloeweil.com/blog/hipster

    —Huffduffed by adactio 4 months ago

  2. The Non-Breaking Space Show: Jeremy Keith

    The Non-Breaking Space Show is a podcast by Christopher Schmitt, Dave McFarland, Chris Enns interviewing the best and brightest of the web.

    Our talk with Jeremy runs the gamut of the web – progressive enhancement, depending on a database, sirens, the death of web services, the telegraph, transcriptions, CERN and preparing for a great talk.

    http://nonbreakingspace.tv/jeremy-keith/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 4 months ago

  3. The Breaking Development Podcast: The Web Holds Itself To Higher Standards with Jeremy Keith

    Fresh Squeezed Mobile is Breaking Development’s channel to get fresh ideas out there about mobile web development and design.

    In todays podcast, Jim talks to Jeremy Keith about the Open Web, IndieWebCamp, and attempts to get to the bottom of what exactly is a "web app."

    http://fsm.bdconf.com/podcast/the-web-holds-itself-to-higher-standards-with-jeremy-keith

    —Huffduffed by adactio 8 months ago

  4. Opening The Book

    The book has stayed pretty much the same for over 500 years: a bunch of paper pages between covers. It’s been both finite and easily grasped. But our digitally-connected world is forcing us to re-imagine what books could be.

    Participants in the program:

    Bob Stein, founder and co-director of The Institute For the Future of the Book, New York.

    James Bridle, writer, publisher, editor, technologist, London.

    Hugh McGuire, founder of pressbooks and libravox, co-editor of Book: A Futurist’s Manifesto, Montreal.

    Kylie Mirmohamadi, professor of English, La Trobe University, Melbourne.

    Sue Martin, professor of English, La Trobe University, Melbourne.

    http://www.cbc.ca/ideas/episodes/2013/02/25/opening-the-book/

    —Huffduffed by adactio one year ago

  5. America’s Facebook Generation Is Reading Strong : NPR

    Young Americans are reading more than just status updates and 140-character tweets. A new study by the Pew Research Center shows that among 16- to 29-year-olds, 8 in 10 have read a book in the past year. That’s compared with 7 in 10 among adults in general.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/10/23/163414069/americas-facebook-generation-is-reading-strong

    —Huffduffed by adactio one year ago

  6. Margaret Atwood’s Brave New World Of Online Publishing : NPR

    Charles Dickens wrote many of his greatest works in serial form, but serial publishing has fallen by the wayside since his day. Now, it’s being revived online, and Margaret Atwood is publishing a future-dystopia novel called Positron in installments via the literary website Byliner.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/12/27/167637658/margaret-atwoods-brave-new-world-of-online-publishing

    —Huffduffed by adactio one year ago

  7. Interview: Robin Sloan, Author of ‘Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore’ : NPR

    Author Robin Sloan has written short stories and worked for Twitter. His new book brings those two worlds together to argue that embracing digital culture doesn’t mean you have to give up the treasured books —€” and values —€” of the past.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/10/09/162233599/mr-penumbra-bridges-the-digital-divide

    —Huffduffed by adactio one year ago

  8. Longform Podcast Episode 5: Paul Ford

    Aaron Lammer talks with writer and programmer Paul Ford.

    “You don’t really read a newspaper to preserve journalism, or save great journalism, or to keep the newspaper going. You read it because it gives you a sense of power or control over the environment that you’re in, and actually sort of helps you define what your personal territory is, and what the things are that matter for you. As long as products serve that need—as long as books allow you to explore spaces that it’s otherwise really hard for you to explore and so on—I think people will continue to read them.”

    http://longformpodcast.tumblr.com/post/30941148016/paul-ford

    —Huffduffed by adactio one year ago

  9. AISFP 162 – Michael Moorcock —€” Adventures in SciFi Publishing

    Grand Master Michael Moorcock joins us to discuss several new projects, including his Dr. Who novel Coming Of The Terraphiles. He discusses how the opportunity to write for Who came about, BBC not allowing cigar smoking lizards in the manuscript, putting a toaster on the TARDIS, the role of the Absurd in Dr. Who, his favorite Doctor, his new collection of essays, and Chris Roberson’s fine Elric comic book.

    http://www.adventuresinscifipublishing.com/2012/02/aisfp-162-michael-moorcock/

    —Huffduffed by adactio one year ago

  10. AISFP 98:€“ Paolo Bacigalupi —€” Adventures in SciFi Publishing

    Like the true champion he is, recent Hugo-winning author Paolo Bacigalupi fights through respiratory issues to chat with us about the Campbell Conference, his collaboration with Tobias Buckell on the audible.com novella The Alchemist and The Executioness, and his YA novel Ship Breaker. Off course, we also discuss how The Windup Girl, arguably the greatest debut science fiction novel, came to be. You won’t want to miss Paolo’s account of the starts and stops he took to become a published author.

    http://www.adventuresinscifipublishing.com/2010/09/aisfp-98-%E2%80%93-paolo-bacigalupi/

    —Huffduffed by adactio one year ago

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