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  1. 3 Key Moments for Shinzen Young - YouTube

    Shinzen describes his 3 most pivotal moments of insight on the spiritual path - including one after which nothing was the same. http://www.basicmindfulness.o


    —Huffduffed by albill 2 months ago

  2. Shinzen Describes the Vajrayana Practice - YouTube

    Shinzen describes the Vajrayana practice in which we first became ordained as a Monk in Japan. http://www.basicmindfulness.org/ This is part of an interview …


    —Huffduffed by albill 4 months ago

  3. #58: Richard Nash | Three Percent

    We’re back! With our newest and semi-delayed installment of the Three Percent Podcast. This week is a two-parter. First, Chad and Tom run down the list of fiction and poetry finalists for the 2013 Best Translated Book Awards. Yes, it’s true that these were announced a couple weeks ago, but, as luck would have it, today (Friday, May 3) happens to be the big awards ceremony, which is taking place at the PEN World Voices Festival in NYC (come one, come all!). So, what better time than now to brush up on the potential winners?

    Then, the podcast’s main event: Chad and Tom are joined by the one-and-only Richard Nash to talk about Richard’s recent article in the Virginia Quarterly Review. The title and subtitle should give you a nice teaser to their discussion: “What Is the Business of Literature?: As technology disrupts the business model of traditional publishers, the industry must imagine new ways of capturing the value of a book.”

    And this week’s music is Echo Room from the new and self-titled album by Bored Nothing.

    —Huffduffed by grankabeza 5 months ago

  4. omega tau » 106 – Game Theory

    omega tau - wissenschaft und technik im kopfhoerer / science and engineering in your headphones


    —Huffduffed by JohnHumphrey one year ago

  5. Nomad: NT Wright

    An exploration into Christian community


    —Huffduffed by johnchandler 2 years ago

  6. LinkedIn: The Business Social Network

    LinkedIn, the social network for professionals, is building an application platform aimed at maximizing user value and business success. In this presentation from O’Reilly’s Graphing Social Patterns conference, Adam Nash describes LinkedIn’s strengths as a professional communication tool and how their application and advertising platforms will reach and serve professionals and business owners.

    LinkedIn is large (over 20 million users) and growing rapidly, but unlike other social networks, its users are older, wealthier, and have a large percentage of business owners and decision makers. Users benefit from exposing more of their personal and professional information, and this lets LinkedIn provide targeted advertising and applications that are trusted services, not annoyances.

    —Huffduffed by harriyott 5 years ago