"Drive to Work #10 - Time Spiral" http://media.wizards.com/podcasts/magic/DrivetoWorkEp10TimeSpiral.m4a This is the first “Drive to Work” I recorded after the podcast went public so I talk about the…
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"Drive to Work #9 - Player Psychographics http://media.wizards.com/podcasts/magic/DrivetoWorkEp9Psychographics.m4a On this week’s podcast I examine what I consider to be my greatest contribution to…
"Drive to Work #8 - Cycling" http://media.wizards.com/podcasts/magic/DrivetoWorkEp8Cycling.m4a Today’s podcast is about the nonevergreen mechanic that has appeared in the most sets - cycling.
"Drive to Work #6 - Gold Cards" http://media.wizards.com/podcasts/magic/DrivetoWorkEp6Gold.m4a On today’s podcast, I change it up by talking about how to design traditional multicolor cards.
"Drive to Work #5 - Ravnica" http://media.wizards.com/podcasts/magic/DrivetoWorkEp5Ravnica.m4a This week on my podcast, I look back at the design of the original Ravnica.
The Cinema of Distraction: the Australian drive-in - Hindsight - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
In February 1954 the first drive-in opened in Australia, in the outer Melbourne suburb of Burwood. Within two years, drive-in cinemas had sprung up in cities and country towns all over the country, as Australians embraced this new form of leisure that combined their twin passions for the cinema and the car. This feature explores the social changes that took place in Australia in the post war decades, which provided the backdrop for the popularity of drive-in cinema, where ‘the comfort lay in all the things you could do’. We also hear from some of the pioneer operators, and from those with memories of visits to the drive-in.
A tribute to Australian Drive-ins (http://www.drive-insdownunder.com.au/)
"Drive to Work" #4 - Invasion http://media.wizards.com/podcasts/magic/DrivetoWorkEp4Invasion.m4a On this week’s podcast, I talk about the design of Invasion.
"Drive to Work #1 - Tempest" http://media.wizards.com/podcasts/magic/DrivetoWorkEp1.m4a I’ve talked the last few weeks about a little project I’m working on. Well, here it is. I’m doing a weely…
What great eyes you have. Do you know the dark origins of the happy fairy tales you grew up with?
- Joanne McNeil of Tomorrow Museum explains her take on the iPad’s lack of multitasking
- Apple announces multtiasking in iPhone OS 4
- Nora mentions the Spark slow web toolkit and her full interview with Jeff MacIntyre
- Tom Lucier‘s social media baby moratorium
- Swiss Miss Tina Roth Eisenberg tries some extreme crowdsourcing (full interview)
- Mayor Nicolai Wammen considers changing the name of Århus, Denmark, to Aarhus, Denmark
- CBC Radio 3‘s Grant Lawrence uses failin.gs to ask, “What’s wrong with me?”
- Daniel Pink on motivation 3.0
- Daniel’s book is Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
Music and sound effects used in this episode:
- Countdown by Corsica_S “oneSidedConversation” by airtone
- “Slow Down” (1941) by King Cole Trio
- “Humming” by fLako Music from “Music for Underwater Listening” by Podington Bear
- “I’ll Never Fail You” (1938) by Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra
- “Backed Vibes (clean)” by Kevin MacLeod
For more information (and instructions) visit http://cbc.ca/podcasting
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