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  1. Tarbell Industries — Steve Klabnik

    July 28 2014The Economic Context of the Gaza Conflict

    Alexis talks to independent journalist Rania Khalek about the ongoing assault on Gaza, the context missing from the mainstream media, and the economic effects of the Israeli occupation. Then, she talks to Steve Klabnik, a prolific open source programmer, and staunch anti-capitalist. We discuss the problem with Google, what “disruption” by the tech community really looks like, and how capitalists capture the productivity boosts that technology creates.Listen to the standalone interview with Rania KhalekListen to the standalone interview with Steve Klabnik

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    Rania Khalek:@RaniaKhalekhttp://raniakhalek.com/

    Steve Klabnik:@SteveKlabnik


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  2. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #77: Advanced Accessibility with Derek Featherstone

    What are some of the biggest challenges when it comes to making a website fully accessible? Keyboard access and form design can make some of the biggest differences, and present some of the biggest challenges. Derek Featherstone joins Jen Simmons to expla


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  3. Jeff Beal - House of Cards (Main Title Theme)

    Composer Jeff Beal deconstructs the main title theme music to the Netflix original series House of Cards. The show has been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Original Main Title Theme and Outstanding Music Composition. The show was adapted from a British series of the same name by writer Beau Willimon, and director and executive producer David Fincher. Jeff talks about his collaborative process with Fincher, and how they found the mood and musical palette for the show and its theme, and how it changed from season one to season two. A word of warning: if you haven’t watched the first season, there are spoilers about how that season ends.


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  4. The Incomparable | Get This Man Some New Paint (Episode 199)

    In this episode we recap our take on the TV season that recently concluded. In a segment with little to no spoilers, we largely discuss shows we like, including “Orphan Black,” “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD,” and even “The Blacklist” and “The Good Wife.” Then at the end of the show we slip into spoiler territory and talk about season 4 of “Game of Thrones.”


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  5. Functional Geekery Episode 11 – Simon Peyton JonesFunctional Geekery | Functional Geekery

    In this episode I talk with Simon Peyton Jones. I ask him about his background in Functional Programming, the growing popularity of Haskell, things he would


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  6. Andrew Clarke and guests have Unfinished Business

    Andrew Clarke & guests have

    Unfinished Business

    A weekly discussion show about the business end, the sharp end of web, design and creative industries.

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  7. 5by5 | CMD+Space #100: ‘What Do You Like To Be Known For?’, with Myke Hurley

    On the 100th episode of CMD+Space, the tables are turned and Myke is the guest! Stephen Hackett takes the reins to ask Myke all about the history of CMD+Space, why he loves podcasting and what he foresees as the future of the medium.


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  8. 5by5 | The Prompt #52: Koala Consortium

    This week Stephen leaves Federico and Myke to celebrate The Prompt’s first anniversary on their own. However, they have the help of David Smith to discuss the App Store after WWDC—as well as a whole host of follow-up and fun.


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  9. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #73: DRM with Jeremy Keith and Doug Schepers

    DRM has been long touted as the solution to piracy. Recently, a few browser makers and big media companies have pushed DRM technology into the web browser — while open web advocates have fought to prevent DRM on the web.


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  10. Paper Radio : The Cosmic Frequency

    Paper Radio. Stories that talk. A creative audio fiction and non-fiction podcast from Australia and New Zealand.

    Before the likes of Skype and Twitter, curious people built and operated amateur ‘ham’ radios in order to connect with other curious people around the world.

    The Cosmic Frequency tells the story of Maggie Iaquinto, an American-born Australian who forged a unique relationship with the Russian cosmonauts aboard the space station Mir.


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