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  1. Nels Cline talking about Miles Davis

    From http://jazzonline.com/the-miles-davis-podcast/miles-davis-podcast-nels-cline.html

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  2. Tank Riot: Roky Erickson

    Roky Erickson! In this episode, we profile one of psychedelic rock’s pioneers. We discuss The 13th Floor Elevators and Roky’s later solo work as well as his compelling personal story. All this and viewer mail…

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  3. Lou Rosenfeld On Search Analytics

    Lou Rosenfeld shares how the search terms used on our websites can reveal a lot about our users.

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  4. Chris Ware: A Thanksgiving Feast

    This week, The New Yorker features four different covers by Chris Ware, and his companion strip, “Leftovers,” appears online. Here, Ware talks to Matt Dellinger about his five-part series and his own Thanksgiving memories.

    Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2006/11/27/061127on_onlineonly01#ixzz0fBzJfdZX

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    Tagged with interview

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  5. The Velvet Underground: John Cale, Guitar and Feedback Loop (7:14)

    From the Aspen minimalism issue: http://www.ubu.com/aspen/aspen5and6/index.html

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    Tagged with music

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  6. Fresh Air: The ‘Big Fan’ Team: Patton Oswalt, Robert Siegel

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=112064202

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    Tagged with film

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  7. Liz Danzico - The Framework Age

    http://www.webstock.org.nz/talks/speakers/liz-danzico/the-framework-age/

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  8. Evri

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    Tagged with semantic-web

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  9. Sundance Founder Robert Redford on His Life, His Activism and the Importance of Independent Films

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  10. Unlearn Your MBA

    David Heineimeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails and partner at 37signals in Chicago, says that planning is guessing, and for a start-up, the focus must be on today and not on tomorrow. He argues that constraints—fiscal, temporal, or otherwise—drive innovation and effective problem-solving. The most important thing, Hansson believes, is to make a dent in the universe with your company.

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