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.
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Hübscher Podcast der BBC über die englische Serie Spitting Image (MP3, 9 Min., 5MB), an der man Mitte der 80er nicht vorbeikam.
In this episode of Happy Monday, Sarah Parmenter and Josh Long chat with their friend, designer and illustrator Frank Chimero.
Welcome back to another episode of the distributed podcast. This is a recording of a skype call about software design that Jonathan Oliver had with Rinat Abdullin.
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Note by Rinat: Since I’m the worst person to talk about software design, I might be saying really stupid things in there. Please don’t hesitate to correct that in the comments.
Summary of the podcast by FoundationDB guys
Dev log of HappyPancake team
We are joined by Bradley Chambers to discuss keeping your resume updated, diversifying your income, being ready for change, networking with others and becoming a part of the conversation.
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Zac drank Coke
Andrew drank Pangalactic Gargle Blaster
Bradley drank Hawaiian Coffee
Episode 78: Elves Don’t Listen to Podcasts
February 28th, 2014 | Robin
Find new reason to plunge into the dungeon as the Gaming Hut tackles ways of giving narrative meaning to F20 combat encounters.
Look at Fluffy in a new light as the Tradecraft Hut examines the animal spying claims of trainer Bob Bailey, who in addition to creating the chicken Tic-Tac-Toe machine says he was a contractor for the CIA.
In Ask Ken and Robin, John Wilson asks Ken and Robin about turning homebrew sessions into published games and scenarios.
Time Incorporated revs up Ken’s Time Machine, asking him to pick one of ten unbuilt utopias from a recent i09 listicle and make it a reality. If you can’t guess which one he picks, you don’t know Ken.
Once again Fenix Magazine occupies the coveted anchor sponsor slot. After ten years delighting the Swedish gaming scene, they’re now bringing the Best of Fenix to English-language GMs and players with their now-active Indiegogo campaign.
Don your chivalric armor to also thank sponsor Atlas Games, now unveiling Knightly Tales, the exciting new expansion for their classic Once Upon a Time card game.
Staging a no-knock raid to flash its badge and confiscate your mi-go fetuses, it’s Delta Green: Tales from Failed Anatomies, now on Kickstarter. Robin has a story in the main book, and Ken in the bonus selection, so it’s only fitting that we should welcome Arc Dream Publishing to our sponsor stable.
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[If you’re here from USAToday.com, welcome!] This episode we discuss how I’ve been writing out of order, and how lack of confidence creates a bit of a roadblock. Then we talk
Peter Leeson of George Mason University and author of The Invisible Hook talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the economics of 18th century pirates and what we can learn from their behavior. Leeson argues that pirates pioneered a number of important voluntary institutions such as constitutions as a way to increase the profitability of their enterprises. He shows how pirates used democracy and a separation of powers between the captain and the quartermaster to limit the potential for predation or abuse on the part of the captain. He explains the role of the Jolly Roger in limiting damages from conflict with victims. The conversation closes with a discussion of the lessons for modern management.
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| EmbedThis week we are taking a look at a new approach to the publishing side of podcasts, specifically the new WordPress plugin and web player called Podlove. Our guest is the creator of Podlove and long time German podcast super star known for the shows Not Safe for Work and Newz of the World as well as the Metaebene Personal Media group it’s Tim Pritlove! We talk in depth about how Podlove can make publishing easier and more dynamic for podcasters as well as the real benefits it can provide to listeners especially when it comes to accessing extra content and data from a show. We also get into some of the major issues facing podcasts and some of the really top notch groups working to solve them. Here are some of the groups we discuss:
Hate all that fiddly knob production crap? Try out Auphonic to get European radio quality sound automatically.
Finally, a Google for podcasts, Poodle.fm is hoping to solve the problem of discovery the same way search engine pioneers figured out the web.
The world of social network apps is to big to navigate on its own so let app.net connect you to the latest social apps that you need.
I know those all read like advertisements, but that’s basically what we say in the episode anyway.
On this week’s Structure Show we hash out why Microsoft, a software company needs to weigh in on server design and Mailchimp’s data scientist on why we should watch what DisneyWorld is doing with your data.
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