An interview with John Mackey, co-CEO of Whole Foods Market and coauthor of Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business. http://blogs.hbr.org/ideacast/2013/01/whole-foods-john-mackey-on-cap.html
This week: Stories of This American Life: our theme is The Breaking Point.
Jason Kottke Jason Kottke is a blogger and developer living in NYC. As editor of kottke.org for the last 14+ years, he’s scoured nearly every corner of the web for juicy links and things for people to read. Jason is also hard at work on Stellar, a web app for tracking and discovering your favorite things online.
In the past, Jason did research on non-crystalline solids, designed websites for people, made a bitmap font called Silkscreen, and experimented online at 0sil8.
Currently, he can be found at his site, on Twitter, and at Stellar. http://observermedia.designobserver.com/audio/jason-kottke/37617/
Ian Jacobs interviews Lee Rainie about his book on networked individualism.
The Problem: It might just take a mutant astronaut to survive this sarcophabus.
00:22 Chris’ new gig at Shift Communications
03:30 Obama campaign email details, counterpoint on segmentation for consumer products
08:20 What’s working in Facebook
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10:37 If it takes 20 clicks to get through your year end Top 20 list I’m coming to your house to steal your presents
11:03 Hubspot’s Year End Review, Questions from the LinkedIn Group
16:59 Books interviews soon from C.C. Chapman, Seth Godin. Farewell to masters: Zig Ziglar, Dave Brubeck
Silona Bonewald of Austin, Texas weighs-in on Lady Gaga vs. Facebook, open source environments, and avoiding poisonous people (not to mention a few other topics).
Searching for words to describe Silona’s tummelling skills, Kevin Marks says: “she founded the League of Technical Voters, Citability.org, she’s been the ACLU and EFF liaison to Texas Republicans, and she manages to make a party for 1200 people at SXSW feel like an intimate gathering of friends.”
Apps for Kids is Boing Boing’s podcast about cool smartphone apps for kids and parents. My co-host is my 9-year-old daughter, Jane Frauenfelder.
In this episode of Apps for Kids, we talk about an online makers’ club app for iOS called DIY.org. It’s free in the iTune store.
Anne Applebaum discusses her new book on Communist Eastern Europe, while Steven Pinker argues that we’ve never lived in more peaceful times. http://www.historyextra.com/podcasts
a live and interactive FutureofEducation.com webinar with Shelly Blake-Plock, Co-Executive Director of the Digital Harbor Foundation (dhf), " a Baltimore-based nonprofit working to foster a culture of innovation, tech advancement, and entrepreneurship through local and global education initiatives" (from their website). Additionally, "by providing support, services, and mentoring for k-12 students and recent college graduates in the field of technology, dhf strengthens the innovation economy of the greater baltimore area while effecting change in the global conversation about education in the digital age."