This week, Myke, Stephen and Federico gather from across the globe to discuss WWDC, beekeeping and some of their new favorite apps.
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Dan and Haddie are joined by Shawn Blanc and Myke Hurley to talk about last week’s Apple World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco, the best and worst airports, iOS 7, the App of the Week, Kickstarter of the Week, Video of the week, and more.
Nora Young speaks with Elizabeth Lawley. She’s a professor of interactive games and media, and head of "Just Press Play" at the Rochester Institute of Technology. They talk about adding a "game layer" to education. Click the Listen button to stream this interview now, or download the podcast here.
On Monday, Apple announced iRadio — its entry into the crowded field of music streaming services. iTunes has become the top music retailer by selling song files. But no one in the music business thinks the iTunes model is the future. Pandora is the oldest and most successful streaming service so far. But it’s been a disappointment to investors.
Friedrich Kittler - The Philosopher’s Zone - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Some understand him as a Teutonic version of Marshall McLuhan. They both peered into the black box of modern, mediated life but Friedrich Kittler’s understandings of the machine were altogether different.
Friedrich Kittler’s theories pressed mathematics, music, technology, media, and ancient Greece into fierce engagement. Who was this enigmatic media philosopher-cum-intellectual star who inspired a generation of students, artists, researchers, computer programmers, and the odd scientist? And what does Pink Floyd have to do with it? He would have been 70 this month; a chance to reflect.
Axel Fliethmann, Monash University
Joulia Strauss, Artist
Geoffrey Winthrop-Young, University of British Columbia
All our digital devices are wired up now. Next in line is the world of things.
Door locks that recognize you and yield at your approach. Machines at the gym that know your Tuesday workout and go straight to it when you walk in. Anything, anywhere with embedded intelligence and connectivity, responding to you and to other things around you. A programmable world of objects, things.
It may sound like heaven. It may sound like hell. It’s happening.
Bill Wasik, senior editor of WIRED magazine. Author of this month’s cover feature: “Welcome to the Programmable World.” (@billwasik)
Jason Johnson, chairman of the Internet of Things Consortium. CEO of August. (@jcjohnson)
Sherry Turkle, professor of the social studies of science and technology at MIT. (@sturkle)
Haddie and Dan talk about choosing Dan’s new camera, selling Haddie’s Swedish camera, getting the Jackal shirts shipped out in time for WWDC, the babies in mugs meme, password tattoos, why people are moving to Texas, Zynga closing three more offices, a Go
Dan Benjamin is joined by Sunni Brown, Dave Gray, and Mike Rohde to discuss visual thinking, visual note-taking, and the doodle revolution.
"Father of the Spreadsheet," Dan Bricklin, is this week’s guest.
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