chgroenbech / Christopher Heje Grønbech

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  1. StarTalk Radio Show – Science at the Movies

    From recent blockbusters like James Cameron’s “Avatar” to the 1902 movie “A Trip to the Moon”, science has been a steady source of inspiration throughout the history of film. But how much of the science presented on the silver screen is accurate, and how much is misguided or just plain wrong? From the mineral “unobtainium” in “Avatar”, to the genetics of “Jurassic Park” and “Gattaca”, Phil Plait, The “Bad Astronomer”, joins Neil and comedian Leighann Lord to review the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of science in the movies.

    Guest: Phil Plait, Bad Astronomer Co-Host: Leighann Lord, Comedian

    From http://startalkradio.net/2011/04/17/science-at-the-movies

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  2. 15 Slides, Three Writers, Three Ways — One Hour

    In this presentation, you will see the same set of 15 slides — three times. Three different writers will walk through the same set of slides and explain their approaches to getting started, editing ideas, figuring out how to get unstuck, and understanding when they’re done. Part improv and part preparation, this presentation will give you three totally different and unexpected perspectives regarding the art of writing.

    Presenters: Jim Coudal, John Gruber, and Michael Lopp.

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  3. MPU 046: Workflows with Merlin Mann II « Mac Power Users

    David and Katie sit down again with Merlin Mann. Merlin updates us on his workflows and his latest projects.

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  4. StarTalk Radio Show – A Conversation with John Hodgman

    “Will you donate your body to be stuffed and put on display (at the American Museum of Natural History)?” This is one of the many questions John Hodgman poses to Neil during their monumental meeting of minds. From the Mac vs. PC debate to ‘geeks versus jocks’, John and Neil provide more information than you require on the questions and challenges that face our age. Astrophysicist Charles Liu sits in the co-host chair this week, and comments on areas far beyond his usual expertise.

    From http://startalkradio.net/2011/02/27/a-conversation-with-john-hodgman.

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  5. Interview with ‘Weird’ Al Yankovic

    Show: ‘The Sound of Young America’.

    ‘Weird’ Al Yankovic is the undisputed king of parody music and the all-time bestselling accordionist. His new children’s book is ‘When I Grow Up’. His new album is due this summer.

    From http://maximumfun.org/sound-young-america/weird-al-yankovic-interview-sound-young-america.

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  6. MacTalk Podcast at Webstock 2011 – Merlin Mann

    Webstock 2011 opened with an excellent workshop by the inimitable Merlin Mann, entitled: What’s (Maybe, Kinda, Sorta) Next for You? Steps Toward Futureproofing Your Passion.

    Merlin was kind enough to sit down with me after his presentation to chat about his many podcasts, Getting Things Done, Productivity MacGuffins, insanely good Mac software and Paul Hogan.

    I apologise for the rambling nature of this podcast. I was incredibly star struck by Merlin and his generosity of time and spirit caught me a little off guard. But it’s a wonderful experience to meet one of your idols and find out they’re as good a person as you’ve always hoped they’d be.

    From http://www.mactalk.com.au/content/mactalk-podcast-webstock-2011-merlin-mann-1381/.

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  7. MacTalk Podcast at Webstock 2011 – Marco Arment

    In the penultimate episode of our Webstock experience, Pete talks to the man behind Instapaper, Marco Arment. It’s a bit short because Marco is a man in demand (plus, Webstock is pretty cool and why would we deny Marco his own Webstock experience?). They talked about Marco being the saviour of long form journalism and Marco’s two cents on Apple’s new in-app subscription rules.

    From http://www.mactalk.com.au/content/mactalk-podcast-webstock-2011-marco-arment-1401/.

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  8. MacTalk Podcast at Webstock 2011 – Michael Lopp & John Gruber

    In the latest instalment of our Webstock series of podcasts, Pete talked to John Gruber (Daring Fireball) & Michael Lopp (Rands in Repose, plus a few books). They discussed things like the demise of the XServe and what that means for Apple in the enterprise, plans for the new iPad, MobileMe, the work culture at Cupertino, John’s secret sources and because Peter just can’t let it go, the iPhone Nano.

    From http://www.mactalk.com.au/content/mactalk-podcast-webstock-2011-michael-lopp-john-gruber-1393/.

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  9. The Big Web Show – #38: Jason Snell

    Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Benjamin are joined by Jason Snell of Macworld to discuss transitioning a print-focused publication into a web-focused publication, mixed models and “trying stuff”, ads and advertisers in multiple media, publishing a website, an App, and a Magazine, and why future of publishing means leaving things behind.

    From http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/38.

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  10. Webstock interview with Merlin Mann

    Mike Brown from Webstock interviewed Merlin Mann. Well, not so much an interview as a conversation. Ok, so, not so much a conversation as Merlin talking and Mike valiantly saying ‘yes’ and ‘good’ and ‘cool’ on occasion :)

    Still, lots of good stuff about Merlin’s workshops and keynote at Webstock; the three desert island albums each would choose; and what it is that Merlin actually does!

    Enjoy. And it goes without saying, but we will anyway — we’re really, totally and utterly looking forward to having Merlin at Webstock!

    From https://www.webstock.org.nz/blog/2011/the-speaker-interviews-merlin-mann/.

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