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  1. Kreative Kontrol #24: Steve Albini

    Steve Albini is a man who lives in Chicago, Illinois and owns and operates the really remarkable Electrical Audio Recording facility. He is the guitar player and primary singer in the band Shellac and he makes a mean cup of fluffy coffee. The 1993 album In Utero by the Washington-State-based band Nirvana is among the thousands of records that Albini has engineered over the course of his time doing that sort of thing and earlier this summer he gave the songs from those sessions fresh mixes for the 20th anniversary edition of In Utero, which is due out in North America on September 24. In our past midnight conversation, Steve discussed his interesting history with Kurt Cobain, his abandoned work with Fugazi, the stories behind making In Utero, why the new edition of the record was mastered to sound the best it possibly can, the highs and lows of the relatively recent rash of remastered reissues that record buyers face each and every day, the mostly good but surprisingly sad and surreal professional aftermath of making In Utero, how it might have changed his life, how the new Shellac LP’s test pressings are on route to the band and artwork is close to finalized (also the new Bottomless Pit record is done!), and why he doesn’t care about Breaking Bad but can tolerate The Newsroom.

    http://vishkhanna.com/2013/08/16/ep-24-steve-albini/

    —Huffduffed by millerdl 8 months ago

  2. Gil Hova - The Agony and Ecstasy of Games

    Gil Hova is a board game designer. He’s also a programmer during the day, but his real passion lies in the design of puzzles and challenges, and figuring out what makes things "fun." We chat about board games, video games, reviewers, egos, and the essence of fun.

    —Huffduffed by millerdl 8 months ago

  3. #95 Does Monopoly Suck?

    Does Monopoly suck? The NYU GameCenter’s Jesse Fuchs has studied the question. Here he presents his research.

    —Huffduffed by millerdl 8 months ago

  4. By The Way #15 - Amy Poehler

    Jeff could not believe that Amy Poehler existed the first time they met. Amy explains why the podcast is like the new student film, shares some of the cool questions her children ask her, and tells us what kind of advice the older version of herself…

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    —Huffduffed by millerdl 9 months ago

  5. Oliver Sacks On Growing Older

    Best-selling author Oliver Sacks tell us why he’s delighted to turn 80, and finds joy in growing older.

    —Huffduffed by millerdl 9 months ago

  6. NPR: ‘Lost Antarctica’: A Scientist’s Tales From A ‘Disappearing Land’

    Marine biologist James McClintock joins us for a big report on Antarctica’s change and the planet.

    —Huffduffed by millerdl 9 months ago

  7. NERDIST PODCAST: DAVE ATTELL

    Dave Attell! Truly one of the best comics working today. We were honored to have him on to chat about comedy, weird television and vintage skin flicks. His new show “Dave’s Old Porn” premiered on Showtime earlier this Fall so if you get a chance, watch that business!

    —Huffduffed by millerdl 9 months ago

  8. Merlin Mann | SSKTN

    http://www.ssktn.com/smym/merlin-mann/

    —Huffduffed by millerdl 9 months ago

  9. Schneier

    Bruce Schneier, author and security guru, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about power and the internet. Schneier argues that the internet enhances the power of the powerless but it also enhances the power of the powerful. He argues that we should be worried about both corporate and government uses of the internet to enhance their power. Recorded before news of the PRISM system and the use of Verizon’s customer information by the NSA (National Security Agency), Schneier presciently worries about government surveillance that we are not aware of and explains how governments—democratic and totalitarian—can use the internet to oppress their citizens. The conversation closes with a discussion of terrorism and the costs of the current system for reducing the probability of a terrorist attack.

    —Huffduffed by millerdl 10 months ago

  10. Code 47: Live From WWDC 2013 - The Talk Show - Mule Radio Syndicate

    Huffduffed from http://www.muleradio.net/thetalkshow/44/

    —Huffduffed by millerdl 10 months ago

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