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  1. Jeremy Keith - Pencil vs Pixel

    “The key is sincerity.”

    In this interview, Jeremy Keith talks to us about his experience in public speaking, how he runs conferences, and much more. He gives us advice on how to stand out and how to create an influential voice. Jeremy Keith is a designer, developer, writer and speaker. He is co-founder of Clearleft, a design and development agency based out of Brighton, England. Jeremy is a web standards advocate and prominent figure in the web design community.

    http://pencilvspixel.com/042-jeremy-keith/

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  2. Episode 5: Matt Gemmell on Writing and Developing

    https://www.signalleaf.com/podcasts/CocoaConf-Podcast/53d167f91e0f0c0200844203

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  3. To The Best of Our Knowledge: True Detective’s Nic Pizzolatto (extnded interview)

    HBO’s hit series "True Detective" is an uncanny blend of police procedural and metaphysical inquiry, set in the Louisiani bayous. In this exclusive interview, creator and writer Nic Pizzolatto tells Steve Paulson the backstory to the show, and provides a glimpse at what’s in store for season 2 (hint: it won’t take place in Louisiana).

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  4. Stuff Does Not Sell Itself: An Interview with Guy Kawasaki | Goins, Writer

    In this episode, I had the privilege of interviewing Guy Kawasaki, and we talked about self-publishing, entrepreneurship, and why you need to tell your story.

    http://goinswriter.com/guy-kawasaki/

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  5. Arthur C. Clarke

    A fortnightly biography of an intriguing individual from British history. Each episode in the podcast is a biography selected from the Oxford DNB - the authoritative collection of more than 56,000 lives of men and women from around the world who have shaped Britain’s history.

    http://global.oup.com/oxforddnb/info/freeodnb/pod/

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  6. On Point: Neil Gaiman’s Newest ‘Overture’

    Norman Mailer called it “a comic strip for intellectuals.” Best-selling author Neil Gaiman joins us with his dark, new series on the origins of “The Sandman.”

    “The only people who inveigh against escape are jailers,” J.R.R. Tolkien famously said. The world’s premier artist of escapism today may be Neil Gaiman. Neil Gaiman wrote “The Sandman,” the dark, epic fantasy praised by connoisseurs as the greatest comic book – 75 issues long – ever written. He’s heaped with sci-fi and horror prizes – the Hugo, the Nebula, the Bram Stoker – but also with children’s prizes, the Newbery and more. He’s a literary rock star who also takes the stage – and mines our deep, dark veins. Up next On Point: storytelling rock star, Neil Gaiman.

    http://onpoint.wbur.org/2013/11/25/neil-gaiman-sandman-overture

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  7. How Churchill went atomic and currents in science writing: The Guardian Books Podcast

    Has the gilt rubbed off the golden age of science writing? And why has an award-winning writer turned his focus from scientific biography to political history? Graham Farmelo, who won the Costa biography award with his life of the quantum genius Paul Dirac, joins us to discuss his book about the "hidden" history of Winston Churchill and the nuclear bomb. He explains why Churchill’s role in the history of atomic weapons should not be underestimated, introduces us to some of the eccentrics who briefed him, and tells how the term "atomic bomb" was invented by a novelist years before they even existed.

    We also hear from Uta Frith, one of the panel judging the Royal Society’s Winton prize for science writing, about the books on this year’s longlist. And Guardian science writer Ian Sample – a former Winton shortlistee – explains why the last thing he wants to do when he’s relaxing is read a book about science.

    http://www.theguardian.com/books/audio/2013/sep/20/churchill-atomic-currents-science-writing-podcast

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  8. Ian McMillan Presents the Verb - Food Writing

    This week The Verb is looking at Food Writing. Ian McMillan’s guests include the novelist Emma Jane Unsworth, Caroline Hobkinson, an artist who creates ‘Experimental Dining Experiences’ and the food writer Diana Henry, who owns 4,000 cookbooks. We also have The Bookshop Band, who have written a song for us based on a book with food at its centre.

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  9. Margaret Atwood on Science Fiction, Dystopias, and Intestinal Parasites

    In the latest episode of Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy Margaret Atwood explains how to invent your own religion, reveals which dystopian future she fears most, and discusses her new novel MaddAddam.

    http://www.wired.com/underwire/2013/09/geeks-guide-margaret-atwood/

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  10. Why Designers need to Craft Words Not Pixels

    In this interview, Jeffrey Zeldman Founder of Happy Cog, reveals the importance of crafting copy and using that as a way to create great user experiences.

    http://drt.fm/jeffrey-zeldman-happy-cog-interview-why-designers-need-to-craft-words-not-pixels/

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