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When Private Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison she announced her desire to transition from male to female. Yvette Gonzales tells us a first person story about what its like to be transgender in Prison. Gender theorist B. Preciado tells us about what happens when a person takes testosterone without the intention of transitioning from one gender to another. Also, Jim Elledge tells us about his new biography of Outsider Artist Henry Darger, and why he drew little girls with penises.
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Merlin Mann is an Independent Writer, Speaker, and Broadcaster at MerlinMann.com and Cohost of Back to Work Podcast on the 5 by 5 Podcast Network with Dan Benjamin. You can find Merlin’s previous appearance on this podcast here.
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Back to Work Episode 153: ‘Anxiety’s a Goat’
Getting Things Done by David Allen ©DavidCo, 2001.
The unknown inboxes out there that we don’t know about that keep us up at night
The inboxes we have accepted
Being sober about acknowledging the known inboxes we have in our lives
Interruptions vs. Distractions
How thoughts effect our feelings and vice versa
The real inbox zero: What percentage of your brain is somewhere you don’t want it to be right now.
Merlin Mann on Inbox Zero, Getting Things Done, Opportunity Cost, and Sunk Cost Fallacy
Justin Wise of #THINKDIGITAL talks about productivity slump recovery, Inbox Zero, and ADHD.
Laura Vanderkam talks about what successful people do before breakfast, on the weekend, and at work.
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Guests: Ron Brinkmann & Derrick Story
This week on TWiP…
Hardware announcements from Nikon, Panasonic, Pentax, & Sony
Adobe’s Principal Product Manager John Nack joins Google’s digital photography team
Layoffs and restructuring at Sony
And an interview with portrait photographer Peter Hurley
Interview with Peter Hurley
Headshot master Peter Hurley joins Frederick to talk about his philosophy and technique that led to an insanely successful photography career.
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Nikon D4s rumoured
Panasonic GH4 announced
Pentax announces a medium format CMOS camera
Sony a6000 revealed
Canon G1X Mark II
John Nack leaves Adobe to work for Google’s digital photography team
New features added to Google+ photo editor
Layoffs & restructuring at Sony
Sony’s debt rating downgraded to junk status
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