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  1. Memories of the death house, from a man who sat with 95 condemned men on their last day on earth.


    —Huffduffed by edrac one month ago

  2. The Treatment: Sally Menke, Tarantino’s editor

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: An editor is as important a component of a movie as the


    They often serve the function of sounding board and collaborator. Sally


    —Huffduffed by jckoepkeweb one month ago

  3. ‘I don’t trust authority. If your job is to tell me what to do, I think that’s weird.’ Dan Harmon, the brain behind ‘Community,’ ‘Rick and Morty’ and


    —Huffduffed by dr3wster one month ago

  4. Electric Shadow 4: Meatball on the Tree

    Adam Lisagor, Guy English, and John Gruber talk about the implications of "Kabletown" owning (almost) everyone’s internet pipe in the U.S., the new faces and forces behind late night, the merits of Michael Mann’s Heat, and the great Harold Ramis. (Part 2 of 2)

    Yes, there’s a meatball. And a pizza. And an Andie McDowell Trifecta.


    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco one month ago

  5. Chapter 1, Part 1 – Mosaic | INTERNET HISTORY PODCAST

    A young Marc Andreessen and a team of programmers at the NCSA on the campus of the University of Illinois create and publish the Mosaic browser, thereby creating the world wide web’s first killer app. Mosaic enjoys meteoric, overnight discuss. But the higher ups at the NCSA take the project away from the “kids” who created it. Examining Mosaic as the “trial run” for the product that would eventually be called Netscape Navigator.


    —Huffduffed by adactio one month ago

  6. Cordkillers Ep. 10 - Jerko Contendo — Cordkillers

    Dish strikes a deal for an Internet-only TV service and suddenly everybody says they’re about to do it. Plus things look bad for Aereo and Twitch gets the partnership for E3.


    —Huffduffed by JsonStephens one month ago

  7. Julian Assange - SXSW - March 8 2014

    Julian Assange SXSW Interactive - March 8th 2014


    —Huffduffed by albill one month ago

  8. GigaOM - ThingSquare

    The internet of things isn’t a new idea, but it is finally becoming a reality. In this week’s podcast, Adam Dunkels of ThingSquare explains what the tipping point was and how far we’ve come.


    —Huffduffed by ehdr one month ago

  9. Dan Cohen on the DPLA’s cloud proposal to the FCC

    I’ve posted a podcast interview with Dan Cohen, the executive director of the Digital Public Library of America about their proposal to the FCC.

    The FCC is looking for ways to modernize the E-Rate program that has brought the Internet to libraries and schools. The DPLA is proposing DPLA Local, which will enable libraries to create online digital collections using the DPLA’s platform.

    —Huffduffed by todrobbins one month ago

  10. Triangulation 50 | TWiT.TV

    Ze Frank is one of the first pioneering internet entertainers, starting with "How to Dance Properly", through "The Show", and his newest creation "A Show". Ze Frank is this weeks guest.


    —Huffduffed by brianmfranklin one month ago

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