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  1. Interview with Joshua Marshall, Head of Accessibility at Government Digital Service (January 13, 2014)

    An interview with Joshua Marshall, head of accessibility at the UK’s Government Digital Service, on the subject “What are we doing about accessibility?”

    Joshua speaks for about 7 minutes on what’s worked well so far, and how he’d like to improve accessibility in future.


    Transcript: https://gds.blog.gov.uk/2014/01/09/what-are-we-doing-about-accessibility/#more-15661

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  2. Randal talks on The Bob Dutko Show

    Randal talks on The Bob Dutko Show

    Posted on 12/16/13

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    I have done approximately 50 radio and podcast interviews over the last five years. During that time I’ve been on The Bob Dutko Show (103.5 WMUZ, Detroit, Michigan) five times which, by my counting, is more than any other program. (I believe The Drew Marshall Show comes in second.) If you visit the show’s website you will quickly discover that Bob and me, we’re very different. But that makes it all the more interesting to appear on his show. Just today Bob invited me on to talk about the issue of dialogue in pluralist society based on my book You’re Not as Crazy as I Think: Dialogue in a World of Loud Voices and Hardened Opinions (Biblica / InterVarsity, 2011).

    I always appreciate it when hosts aren’t afraid to invite on guests with whom they have some disagreements, and this case certainly qualifies. Bob’s happy to engage in disparate opinions, not least because I suspect he recognizes that the truth often emerges in the midst of an exchange. As I explain in the book, we need to rethink our views about “argument” as something bad to be avoided:

    “The verb to argue comes from a Latin word meaning ‘to make clear’ or ‘to demonstrate.’ Even more interestingly, the word derives its root from arg, meaning ‘to shine.’ So the essence of argument is found neither in anger or aggression, nor for that matter I obfuscating rhetoric or clever sophistry. Rather, in its lofty essence, to argue is to shine, to demonstrate or make something clear to another. It is the admission of significant disagreement on a particular issue and the attempt to make clear why we hold the view we do with the intent of persuading others to hold the same view.” (You’re Not as Crazy as I Think, 105-106)

    Hopefully we had some good argument, and thus some shining forth, in this dialogue. You can be the judge:


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    Randal Rauser on The Drew Marshall Show debating Justin Trottier of CFI Canada


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  3. Marshall Kirkpatrick on leaving blogging, getting funded by Mark Cuban & starting Little Bird | The NextMarket Blog

    For a while, there was probably no more prolific tech blogger than Marshall Kirkpatrick. His prodigious output at AOL, Techcrunch and finally ReadWriteWeb was amazing to behold, and he owed much of his success to systems he developed for early discovery of trends and technologies.

    So when he announced he was leaving pro blogging to create a company that would help people discover emerging trends and information, it wasn’t all that surprising.

    Marshall and I talk about his years as a pro blogger, his decision to leave blogging, his search for funding and his decision to reach out to Mark Cuban, lessons learned since starting Little Bird and his observations on the tech media landscape.

    You can find Marshall’s company at www.getlittlebird.com

    You can find more NextMarket Podcasts at itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690

    Or you can visit us at our website www.nextmarket.co to listen to podcasts and find out more about me.

    Thanks for listening.


    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco 4 months ago

  4. Top 8 Magic #357 - Walking, Talking, and Jaywalking in Seattle - ManaDeprived.com | ManaDeprived.com

    Top 8 Magic #357 – Walking, Talking, and Jaywalking in Seattle

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    Brian David-Marshall and guest co-host Marshall Sutcliffe wander the streets of Seattle, and record a podcast! Scars block draft, what it means to play pro Magic, live parking tickets, Theros limited, and of course, basketball.

    Your Hosts:

    Pro Tour Historian Brian David-Marshall – @top8games

    Limited Resource Marshall Sutcliffe – @Marshall_LR

    Absent but not forgotten, Michael J Flores – @fivewithflores

    Deckade! [http://amzn.to/deckade]

    You can subscribe to all of the podcasts from the ManaDeprived.com network using these links:http://manadeprived.com/listen/podcasts/top-8-magic/feed/ (RSS)http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mana-deprived/id489782347 (iTunes)

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  5. Universal Skills that Impact Your Business with Sebastian Marshall - Blogcast FM

    Sebastian Marshall leads a tribe of funded startup founders, nonprofit directors, progressive managers, writers, artists, skilled professionals, attorneys and physicians, freelancers, and engineers. His passion for history has resulted in a very distinctive writing style. In this interview, you’ll learn about the universal skills  you need to develop to have a significant impact on both your life and business.

    Here are some highlights from our chat:

    The GiveGetWin Non-Profit Project 

    Why Sebastian Didn’t Specialize

    The Challenges of Being a Generalist

    How to Get Opportunities to Consult with Startups

    Why Specialization Makes It Easy to Market Yourself

    The Power of Working in Multiple Sides of a Business

    Developing Universal Skills that Make You More Effective

    The 2 Critical Elements of Mastering Your Craft

    Why You Must Learn to Control Your Impulses

    A Look at How Sebastian Organizes His Day-to-Day

    Several Productivity Hacks that You Can Apply Immediately

    The Infinite Opportunity Costs of the Choices You Make

    Why It Takes 1-3 Years to Be Truly Organized

    The 3 Levels That You Could Be at for Intros to Others

    The Role of Literature from the 1800s

    The Power of 1 Person to Make an Incredible Difference 

    The Role that Resiliency Plays in Your Ability to Succeed

    Resources and Links Mentioned Include: 

    The Principles of Creativity Poster

    Scientifically Proven Advice for Becoming Happier

    How to Consistently Write 1000 Words a Day

    The Self Control App

    The Secret Weapon

    The Final Version Time Management System

    Give and Take by Adam Grant

    Getting Things Done in an Irrational World

    Sebastian Marshall‘s goal is to help people increase their resourcefulness, resources, and have more impact with the resources they’ve got. You can follow him on twitter @sebastmarsh.

    If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter. 

    Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:05:21 — 89.7MB)


    —Huffduffed by DavidFinch 4 months ago

  6. Smoviemakers: Kevin Smith Interviews Penny Marshall (Part 4)

    Talking about "A League of Their Own," "Preacher’s Wife" and "Renaissance Man"

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  7. Deposits or redeposits — are they for me? - FederalNewsRadio.com

    Federal benefits specialist James Marshall answers your calls and emails about your deposit/redeposit options. May 20, 2013


    —Huffduffed by leeacker3 10 months ago

  8. SmovieMakers: Interview with Penny Marshall, Part 3

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  9. Kevin Smith’s Part 1 Interview with Penny Marshall

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  10. Coconut Oil > Clarified Butter.

    Episode 17 / Dustin Marshall - Hare Krishna! This week features Dustin Marshall, the hardest working man in podcasting, and he tells all about his split from Earwolf, the philosophy behind Feral Audio…


    —Huffduffed by DaveIsMe one year ago

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