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  1. Technical Difficulties - 073 - Bringing Stories to Life with Helene Wecker

    We’re thrilled to welcome Helene Wecker to the show this week. Helene recently published her debut novel The Golem and the Jinni. On the show, Helene discusses how she got started as an author, her approach to writing, and some of the tools she uses to bring her stories from concept to reality.

    http://technicaldifficulties.us/episodes/073-bringing-stories-to-life-with-helene-wecker

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    —Huffduffed by techdiffpodcast one day ago

  2. Arthur C. Clarke

    A fortnightly biography of an intriguing individual from British history. Each episode in the podcast is a biography selected from the Oxford DNB - the authoritative collection of more than 56,000 lives of men and women from around the world who have shaped Britain’s history.

    http://global.oup.com/oxforddnb/info/freeodnb/pod/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 2 days ago

  3. Write For Your Life #107: Progress with poultry

    The Write for Your Life podcast is back and it’s on 5by5! Toot toot! In this first episode back on the ol’ airwaves, Iain and Donna talk about writing staycations, quitting your job, winning a book prizes, writing when you can, and other stuff too.

    http://5by5.tv/wfyl/107

    —Huffduffed by nguyen 5 days ago

  4. Virtual Memories | Reading Maketh a Full Man, or, “Where is the Lesbian on This List?”

    Interview with D.G. Myers, of "A Commonplace Blog."

    —Huffduffed by danup 6 days ago

  5. On Point: Neil Gaiman’s Newest ‘Overture’

    Norman Mailer called it “a comic strip for intellectuals.” Best-selling author Neil Gaiman joins us with his dark, new series on the origins of “The Sandman.”

    “The only people who inveigh against escape are jailers,” J.R.R. Tolkien famously said. The world’s premier artist of escapism today may be Neil Gaiman. Neil Gaiman wrote “The Sandman,” the dark, epic fantasy praised by connoisseurs as the greatest comic book – 75 issues long – ever written. He’s heaped with sci-fi and horror prizes – the Hugo, the Nebula, the Bram Stoker – but also with children’s prizes, the Newbery and more. He’s a literary rock star who also takes the stage – and mines our deep, dark veins. Up next On Point: storytelling rock star, Neil Gaiman.

    http://onpoint.wbur.org/2013/11/25/neil-gaiman-sandman-overture

    —Huffduffed by erhebung one week ago

  6. BBC Culture Studio Picks - Neil Gaiman

    Neil Gaiman, multi-award winning popular author, talks to Janice Forsyth about his latest book The Ocean at the End of the Lane, comics, graphic novels, Edinburgh, Doctor Who and much more.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/cspicks

    —Huffduffed by erhebung one week ago

  7. Generational 001 - Being the IT Help Center

    In this inaugural episode Gabe talks with David Sparks about how to help new and inexperienced computer users. They discuss how to provide the right help, teaching best practices and getting a new user up and running. They also talk about David’s approach to writing a guide aimed at all levels of experience.

    Show Notes

    Show Topics

    Helping new users

    Teaching best practices

    Giving new users resources to help themselves

    The Field Guide Series

    Links

    MacSparky.comMac Round TableMac Power UsersPaperlessMacworld writerOmniFocus and many more ScreencastsKeyboard Maestro on Mac Power UsersABA Tech ShowUsing Technology for Settlement and Decision Making1PasswordDropboxPlain TextOmniFocusCreating OmniFocus Tasks with AppleScriptMaking Better Master PasswordsSymantec Simple Security GuidePassword Strength on Wikipedia1Password BlogApple TimeCapsuleApple Cards AppDropbox for iOSDropbox Shared FoldersScreenCastsOnlineApple DiscussionsApple iPad User GuideFiled Guides Mailing ListiPad at WorkMac at WorkPractically EfficientEvernote Essentials

    Things We Like

    ScreenCastsOnlineBywordBBEditSquarespace 6GlassboardA Brilliant Novel in the Works

     

    001 - Being the IT Help Center

    http://www.70decibels.com/generational/2012/9/15/001-being-the-it-help-center.html

    —Huffduffed by rishabh 3 weeks ago

  8. First World Fantasy Convention,1975 pt3

    Panel discussions recorded at the First World Fantasy Convention, held in Providence, Rhode Island (home of the late H.P. Lovecraft) in 1975. First panel with fantasy & horror authors about how they came to write fantasy and supernatural fiction. Moderated by cartoonist Gahan Wilson, authors include Joseph Payne Brennan, Robert Bloch, Frank Belknap Long and Manly Wade Wellman (speaking in that order). One common thread is that the authors all were published by Arkham House.

    The second and third files are from another panel discussion at the convention, this time about fantasy and supernatural horror publishing. Again moderated by artist & cartoonist Gahan Wilson, the speakers include publisher Donald A. Wollheim and author Robert Bloch.

    The audio was recorded in October 1975 by and for Myrddin Press, which published the fanzine Myrddin. The recordings were made with a Sony monophonic cassette recorder, and parts of it appeared on a paper-thin flexible vinyl disc that came with the third issue of Myrddin. The three files uploaded here contain the clearest and most interesting portions from the tapes. Much of the rest is inaudible.

    https://archive.org/details/FirstWorldFantasyConvention1975

    —Huffduffed by mikeboas one month ago

  9. First World Fantasy Convention,1975 pt2

    Panel discussions recorded at the First World Fantasy Convention, held in Providence, Rhode Island (home of the late H.P. Lovecraft) in 1975. First panel with fantasy & horror authors about how they came to write fantasy and supernatural fiction. Moderated by cartoonist Gahan Wilson, authors include Joseph Payne Brennan, Robert Bloch, Frank Belknap Long and Manly Wade Wellman (speaking in that order). One common thread is that the authors all were published by Arkham House.

    The second and third files are from another panel discussion at the convention, this time about fantasy and supernatural horror publishing. Again moderated by artist & cartoonist Gahan Wilson, the speakers include publisher Donald A. Wollheim and author Robert Bloch.

    The audio was recorded in October 1975 by and for Myrddin Press, which published the fanzine Myrddin. The recordings were made with a Sony monophonic cassette recorder, and parts of it appeared on a paper-thin flexible vinyl disc that came with the third issue of Myrddin. The three files uploaded here contain the clearest and most interesting portions from the tapes. Much of the rest is inaudible.

    https://archive.org/details/FirstWorldFantasyConvention1975

    —Huffduffed by mikeboas one month ago

  10. First World Fantasy Convention,1975 pt1

    Panel discussions recorded at the First World Fantasy Convention, held in Providence, Rhode Island (home of the late H.P. Lovecraft) in 1975. First panel with fantasy & horror authors about how they came to write fantasy and supernatural fiction. Moderated by cartoonist Gahan Wilson, authors include Joseph Payne Brennan, Robert Bloch, Frank Belknap Long and Manly Wade Wellman (speaking in that order). One common thread is that the authors all were published by Arkham House.

    The second and third files are from another panel discussion at the convention, this time about fantasy and supernatural horror publishing. Again moderated by artist & cartoonist Gahan Wilson, the speakers include publisher Donald A. Wollheim and author Robert Bloch.

    The audio was recorded in October 1975 by and for Myrddin Press, which published the fanzine Myrddin. The recordings were made with a Sony monophonic cassette recorder, and parts of it appeared on a paper-thin flexible vinyl disc that came with the third issue of Myrddin. The three files uploaded here contain the clearest and most interesting portions from the tapes. Much of the rest is inaudible.

    https://archive.org/details/FirstWorldFantasyConvention1975

    —Huffduffed by mikeboas one month ago

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