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  1. BBC - Podcasts - Secret History of Social Networking

    It's a phenomenon which seems to have come from nowhere, but in fact computer-based social networks have been around for decades. In this three-part series the BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan Jones traces the hidden story of social networking, from the early days of computing and the 60s counterculture through to the businesses worth billions today. From their roots in utopian experiments in California, online social networks spread around the world. In the past few years companies such as Facebook and Twitter have captivated millions of users. But what will be the next big thing in social networking, and how is it changing our lives? This series was originally broadcast in three weekly parts from 26 January 2011.


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  2. Stop Adding Features. Make New Products.

    Jeremy Britton of ZURB design consultancy thinks your product strategy may have too many features. And if you listen to his theory you’ll learn how you can chop your plans for one product into bits - and into multiple successful and clean products.

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  3. Think You Know ‘How To Write A Sentence’? : NPR

    Most people know a good sentence when they read one, but New York Times columnist Stanley Fish says most of us don't really know how to write them ourselves. His new book, How To Write A Sentence: And How To Read One, is part ode, part how-to guide to the art of the well-constructed sentence.



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  4. Tools Never Die. Waddaya Mean, Never? : Krulwich Wonders… : NPR

    Krulwich makes a bet he can find tools that have gone extinct but it turns out old technology doesn't disappear like you'd think. Tools from centuries ago are still being made and used, by more people than you'd think.

    Kevin Kelly should know better, but boldly, brassily, (and totally incorrectly, I'm sure), he said this on NPR:

    "I say there is no species of technology that have ever gone globally extinct on this planet."


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  5. Webstock Speaker Interview: Merlin Mann

    Mike Brown from Webstock interviewed Merlin Mann. Well, not so much an interview as a conversation. Ok, so, not so much a conversation as Merlin talking and Mike valiantly saying ‘yes’ and ‘good’ and ‘cool’ on occasion :)

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