Dan and Haddie are joined by Tom Merritt, host of Tech News Today on TWiT.
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Dan and Haddie discuss Mailbox being bought by Dropbox, North Korea blames US and allies for cyber attacks, and where to watch the Angry Birds Toons.
On this very special episode of the Frequency Myke Hurley and Anna Debenham step in for Dan and Haddie. They discuss a selection of the day’s news, explain some Britishisms and try to solve the ‘Great Tea Debate’ once and for all.
Salford and Hackney riots: ‘We don’t want trouble. We want a job’ - audio | UK news | guardian.co.uk
Witnesses to the riots in Salford, Greater Manchester, and Hackney, east London, tell Shiv Malik what happened this week and speak of their anger at a lack of job prospects.
Dan and 5by5 Producer Faith Korpi stage an impromptu episode of the show as they troubleshoot equipment and acoustics in Dan’s new home office. Special guest Faith Korpi.
- Flying Monsters 3D (1:36) by James O’Malley & Liz Lutgendorff (ft SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH)
- Morrissey’s Comments (12:33) by Tom Williamson
- Susan Greenfield’s Comments (17:46) by Martin Robbins
- Madness Gone Politically Correct (23:50) by Philippa Willitts
- Faith Schools (31:51) by Salim Fadhley (ft Richy Thompson)
- Richard Dawkins Does Not Exist… And We Can Prove It by Liz & James (ft Charlotte Young & Mark Quinn)
- Lawrence Leung Wants A Jetpack by Liz & James (ft Lawrence Leung)
The sketches at the end are by David Lovesy & Brian Two
The Dev Show #37: We’re Kidding - 5by5
What will the nation’s newspaper of record look like in the coming years? Learn about the continuing efforts of old media to reinvent its look, its feel and its mission.
- Tom Bodkin, The New York Times
- Khoi Vinh, The New York Times
It is now conventional wisdom that the newspaper as we have come to know it for last century is over, or will be in a matter of years. The question is whether we’re going to spend our time grieving over the loss, or whether we’re going to use this moment as an opportunity to invent something even better. We’re inevitably moving from the "paper of record" model to a something more distributed, a news ecosystem, but that doesn’t mean we can’t consciously define the shape of that system. So let’s figure out what values we want to preserve from the older newspaper paradigm, and what values we want to improve upon — and then let’s go build it!
Steven Johnson, outside.in