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  1. Unfinished Business 76: Two old farts Googling

    This week on Unfinished Business, impresario, organiser of Flash On The Beach and more recently Reasons To Be Creative, John Davey offers me some fatherly advice on how to handle a personal dilemma and what not to wear at Alex’s upcoming graduation. We talk about the Reasons To Be Creative conference, how he finds and why he chooses so many new speakers and his unusual elevator pitch approach.

    http://unfinished.bz/76

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  2. Unfinished Business 73: We’ve reached peak burrito

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

    Jeremy Keith joins me on this, episode 73 of Unfinished Business. Although I try to steer clean of provoking him by not talking about moon landings, we disagree about just about everything else. Fish tacos, things that scientists haven’t done that I think they should’ve and what makes advertising to fascinating to me and hateful to him. It’s a lively show. There are sparks. I think you’ll like it.

    http://unfinished.bz/73

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  3. Unfinished Business 69: King Arthur didn’t like machines

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

    On Unfinished Business this week, I’m joined by designer and artist, the one and only Brendan Dawes. Bren and I talk about data inspired art and his Cinema Redux pieces. As we can never get together and not discuss films, so we talk about the greatest westerns of all time, the True Grit remake and Django Unchained. Plus, being ‘men of a certain age’ we reminisce about childrens TV from the seventies and why the writers of The Banana Splits must have taken a lot of drugs.

    http://unfinished.bz/69

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  4. Unfinished Business 68: Rubbish at podcasting

    On Unfinished Business this week, and with us both fresh from the Net Awards, Laura Kalbag and I talk about our experiences there. I explain why I don’t feel at home in the web design industry as it is today and how its conversations no longer reflect my interests in design.

    After last week’s ‘giant’ misunderstanding about speaker fees, we also talk about the responsibilities that speakers have to themselves, to an audience and to an event and the people who’ve organised it. It’s a lively discussion. We talk about swearing, why private agreements between speakers and conferences should remain confidential and why speakers should play their part in supporting an event, before, during and after it.

    Laura, I and everyone who makes Unfinished Business, wants to say an enormous “thank you” to everyone who voted for our show and put it in the final five top podcasts of 2014 at the Net Awards.

    http://unfinished.bz/68

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  5. Episode 003: Valiantly Defending Jobs | Exponent

    This episode is all about the (alleged) Apple Beats acquisition. While it may make a certain amount of business sense, does it signify a small but significant change in Apple’s priorities, and is it a cause for concern? Topics covered include:

    The rationale for the acquisition

    The difference between making and recognizing market opportunities

    What makes Apple uniquely capable of building revolutionary products

    Apple’s previous responses when threatened in music

    How to think about mergers and acquisitions

    How to best motivate employees

    Links:

    Why Apple is Buying Beats – Ben Thompson

    The New M&A Playbook – Clayton Christensen

    One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees? – Frederick Herzberg

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    http://exponent.fm/episode-003-valiantly-defending-jobs/

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  6. Episode 002: Fat as a Service (FaaS) | Stratechery

    Episode 002: “Fat as a Service”

    Hosts: Jon Nathanson, Ben Thompson

    Runtime: 1 hour 33 minutes

    00:00:00 INTRODUCTION

    Accidental Tech Podcast, Episode 61: “Perfectly Neutral” link

    00:02:40 NIKE AND APPLE (BRAND, EXPERIENCE, BUSINESS MODELS, WEARABLES)

    Nike Fires FuelBand Engineers link

    Secret thread re: FuelBand link

    Apple and Nike link

    00:40:30 INSIDE APPLE (CULTURE, ORGANIZATION, DETAILS, MARKETING)

    John Siracusa: “Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow” link

    “Teleology” Wikipedia

    Vector episode with Matt Drance link

    00:57:30 THE NEW LUXURY MARKET

    The End of Aspiration link

    “Capital in the 21st Century” by Thomas Piketty link

    01:05:50 THE FUTURE OF “THE BEST” (IMAGE vs. QUALITY, GUCCI vs. APPLE)

    01:10:25 WHAT TO EXPECT FROM WEARABLES (iWATCH, GLASS, ECOSYSTEMS, MVP)

    01:25:00 FEEDBACK FROM LAST EPISODE

    Evernote and the “Internet of Me”

    Stratechery Relaunch & Site Feedback

    You can leave comments on this episode at our website. Private feedback form soon!

    Follow the show on Twitter @stratecheryfm.

    Host: Ben Thompson (@monkbent)

    Host and Producer: Jon Nathanson (@jonnathanson)

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    http://stratechery.fm/episode-002-fat-as-a-service-faas/

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  7. Let’s Make Mistakes 132: The Price of Doing Business

    Let’s talk about proposals. How much time should you put into them? How detailed should they be? And shouldn’t we be getting paid for that time. Superfriendly Dan Mall joins us to discuss these matters and others.

    http://muleradio.net/mistakes/132

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  8. 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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  9. Unfinished Business 63: From those wonderful folks who gave you Pearl Harbor

    Special guest Jeffrey Zeldman joins me on Unfinished Business this week to talk about how important is it today for designers to be able to tell stories and sell ideas to clients. We talk about whether designers need ‘empathy’ or strength of character and conviction in their ideas, whether the web needs ‘account menpeople and what it feels like when people you’ve mentored go their own way.

    It’s a packed show and as we both love advertising and Mad Men, we end by talking about my Don Draper depersonalisation disorder theory and what we expect and hope from the final season which starts next week. Even if you’ve not seen Mad Men, I think you’re going to like this episode.

    http://unfinished.bz/63

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  10. Unfinished Business 61: Adonis kebab

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

    On this week’s Unfinished Business, Laura Kalbag and I talk about the business of speaking at conferences, why it’s essential to be paid to speak and the importance of contracts that cover the paying of expenses, who owns the content of a talk and what conferences can do with that content after the event.

    http://unfinished.bz/61

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