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  1. Sexual Cyberbullying: The Modern Day Letter A: Radio Rookies Documentary for WNYC

    These days, many teenagers live half their lives on social media sites, and they’re writing the rules as they go. One online trend 16-year-old Radio Rookie Temitayo Fagbenle finds disturbing is something she calls "slut-shaming," or using photos and videos to turn a girl’s private life inside out.

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  2. Searching for the Man Behind the Legend: Galadrielle Allman on Her Father Duane

    The daughter of Allman Brothers founder Duane Allman talks about piecing together memories of her father, who was killed in …


    —Huffduffed by ryandonahue one month ago

  3. Turning Food Waste Into Fuel Takes Gumption And Trillions Of Bacteria : The Salt : NPR

    A Brooklyn waste treatment plant has become an unlikely lab for an ambitious effort to turn millions of tons of food scraps from New York City’s apartments and restaurants into renewable energy.


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  4. Xamarin and mvvmcross

    Greg Shackles is a Senior Software Engineer at OLO Online Ordering, based in New York City. His book, Mobile Development with C#, published this month by O’Reilly, covers how to get started building iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps with C#. In addition, he is the developer behind C# To Go, an Android app that makes sure you never need to leave home without your trusty C# compiler. As an active member of the community, Greg speaks regularly at many user groups and developer events, such as the Monospace conference.

    Outside of technology, Greg is obsessed with heavy metal, baseball, and craft beer, sometimes in combination, as well as an aspiring homebrewer. You can find him online on his blog, gregshackles.com, or on Twitter under the name @gshackles.


    —Huffduffed by jpantuso one month ago

  5. Rosie O’Donnell

    Alec Baldwin talks with Rosie O’Donnell about being a standup comic, a Star Search contestant, an actress, a talk show host, and a …


    —Huffduffed by rousst one month ago

  6. HBM019: The Other One Percent — Here Be Monsters

    In 2006, Pete Brook moved from England to California to study the museum at San Quentin State Prison. Through his research, he learned of America’s first-in-the-world rates of incarceration inside of prisons that are largely hidden from view.In 2008, Pete began Prison Photography, a blog that dissects images of prisons and prisoners.This week’s show is about Pete Brook’s 2011 journey across America to interview photographers, criminologists, and, most of all, the prisoners of New York’s Sing Sing Correctional Facility.Look at photos from the Sing Sing Workshop by Tim Matsui.Here Be Monsters is now on Stitcher!Music: Phantom Fauna


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  7. The World’s Most-Used Musical Sequence! | Spinning On Air (WNYC)

    What do Beethoven, David Bowie, Green Day, Mozart, *NSYNC, Pete Seeger, Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Duke … http://www.wnyc.org/story/worlds-most-used-musical-sequence/

    —Huffduffed by grankabeza one month ago

  8. Can Exercising Seniors Help Revive A Brooklyn Neighborhood? : NPR

    Improving the lives of the poor can take many forms. One group of senior citizens in New York City meets regularly to stretch their legs and in the process reinvigorate their community.


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  9. Andrew Luck & Dwight Gooden

    Alec Baldwin talks with two athletes who achieved enormous success in their rookie years.  


    —Huffduffed by rousst one month ago

  10. Josh Speaking » Episode 8 – Austin Kleon

    Josh Speaking with Austin Kleon

    Podcast: Download (Duration: 54:33 — 74.9MB)

    Austin Kleon is a writer who draws. He is the guy behind the New York Times best-selling book, Steal Like An Artist; a manifesto for creativity in the digital age.

    He has given talks at Pixar, Google, SXSW, TEDx, and The Economist.

    New York Magazine called his work “brilliant,” The Atlantic called him “positively one of the most interesting people on the Internet,” and The New Yorker said his poems “resurrect the newspaper when everybody else is declaring it dead.”

    In this episode of Josh Speaking, we talk daily habits, side projects, sharing, self help books and more!


    —Huffduffed by kvl one month ago

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