AndrewHazlett / collective

There are five people in AndrewHazlett’s collective.

Huffduffed (5856)

  1. Ed Yong | Lapham’s Quarterly

    Every man is an ecosystem, ejecting some of the 39 trillion microbes each person on earth contains. While microbes are among the oldest living organisms on earth, it wasn’t until 1675 that scientists began to understand their existence—or their scope. Lewis Lapham talks with Ed Yong, author of I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life, about discovering communities of microbes that exist within us.

    https://www.laphamsquarterly.org/content/ed-yong

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  2. TradCafe Episode 39: Laurel Martin

    A great teacher and performer of Irish fiddle in the Boston area, Laurel Martin talks about her journey from taking up the instrument for the first time in her 20’s and studying with the great Seamus Connolly under a master/apprentice grant to becoming a teacher herself, and taking on the "master" role in passing on and sustaining the tradition.

    http://www.tradcafe.org/blog-1/2018/5/2/episode-39-laurel-martin

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  3. Tara Howley Interview (Whistle, concertina and uilleann pipes)

    Kilfenora; the nervous you get playing in front of ten people, worse than playing in front of a thousand. Leaving your ego at the door. Being happy with what you’re doing, being happy within yourself. First hearing the pipes and the trials of competition. Restless creativity, and finding your way to Riverdance. Managing social media and the inner self. (And a Burmese Mountain Dog called Saoirse).

    https://www.blarneypilgrims.com/episodes/tara-howley-interview-whistle-concertina-and-uilleann-pipes

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  4. Human Values Framework: Episode 2

    An open discussion about the impact of human values in a digital society

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the human values framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

    Episode 2: Applying the Framework

    Presenters: Lianne Kerlin, Ian Forrester

    Guests: - Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino - Designswarm - Katja Bego - Nesta - Paulien Dresscher - Netherlands film festival & Publicspaces.net - Solana Larson - Mozilla Foundation

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  5. The Human Values Framework: Episode 1

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the Human Values Framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  6. TummelVision 66: Eli Pariser on The Filter Bubble | Tummelvision

    Episode Notes

    Eli Pariser is an online organizer and disorganizer, the former Executive Director of MoveOn (and now the board president), a co-founder of Avaaz.org, and the author of

    The Filter Bubble.

    This week on TummelVision, Eli joins Heather Gold, Kevin Marks, and Deb Schultz to talk about his book, the governance of the Internet, and online culture.

    News and Notes:

    Watch Eli Pariser’s TED talk about the Filter Bubble

    Kevin Marks: “Call off the Search“

    David Foster Wallace, “E Unibus Pluram: Television and U.S. Fiction“

    Louis Gray’s blog post: “Why The Filter Bubble Is No Bubble and It’s Not Bad Either“

    Kevin Marks: “There are no influencers. There are only ways of looking at people as influencers.”

    October 20 in New York: Contact Summit 2011: The Evolution Will Be Social

    Mathew Ingram at GigaOm: “Do We Have Too Many Filters, Or Not Enough?“

    As you listen, you can replay the fascinating conversation from our live chat room here at CoveritLive.

    http://tummelvision.tv/2011/06/01/tummelvision-66-eli-pariser-on-the-filter-bubble/

    —Huffduffed by kevinmarks

Page 1 of 586