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  1. Frosty presents… Memory Flashes for Jon Hassell (12.09.21)

    Jon Hassell pushed beyond the boundaries to change the way we experience sound. As the originator of Fourth World music, the trumpet player and composer conjured shapeshifting sonic forms that floated at the edge of consciousness. His nuanced, dreamlike landscapes were sacred spaces where sensuality reigned supreme and the ear served as a path to the beating heart. Jon Hassell passed from this earthly plane on June 26, 2021 but his music resonates in the recorded body of work he left behind and echoes through output of the many artists he influenced. Jon was always supportive of dublab and we are honored to pay tribute to his radiant spirit through offerings of remembrance by his family, friends, collaborators and admirers in this radio program produced by Frosty.

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  2. Tim Harford – Better Known

    Economist Tim Harford discusses six things which he thinks should be better known. Tim Harford is an economist, journalist and broadcaster. He is author of How To Make the World Add Up, The Data Detective, Messy, and the million-selling The Undercover Economist. Tim is a senior columnist at the Financial Times, and the presenter of BBC Radio’s More or…

    https://betterknown.co.uk/2021/12/05/tim-harford/

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  3. Episode 42, Metamuse podcast — Muse

    In a world dominated by mass-produced software, making your own tools is a way to take back agency in your digital life. Linus joins Mark and Adam to talk about his experiences building a personal software ecosystem; tools that are a reflection of the maker’s values and taste; and packaging/sharing solutions like Docker, CodePen, Replit, and Deno. And: is it possible for software to ever be “done”? — Linus thinks so.

    https://museapp.com/podcast/42-self-made-tools/

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  4. YANSS 218 – How anxiety hides in our unhealthy habits, why you can’t think your way out of it, and science says you should do instead – You Are Not So Smart

    In this episode, Dr. Jud Brewer, a neuroscientist and addiction psychiatrist, discusses the biological origins of anxiety and how to unwind our feedback loops using techniques derived from his lab’s research. Since his last appearance on the show, Dr. Jud has written and published a book which is now a NYT bestseller titled Unwinding Anxiety:…

    https://youarenotsosmart.com/2021/10/31/yanss-218-how-anxiety-hides-in-our-unhealthy-habits-why-you-cant-think-your-way-out-of-it-and-science-says-you-should-do-instead/

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  5. Episode 26, Metamuse podcast — Muse

    When you pay for software, are you paying for the data storage or the interface? Balint is the founder of Craft, a writing app designed for iPad. He chats with Adam and Mark about design conventions for multimodal input; why import/export is so important; and how to have humility about how your product fits into your customer’s life.

    https://museapp.com/podcast/26-no-data-moat/

    —Huffduffed by KsLimbs

  6. Micro Monday - 95: Greg, aka @gregmoore, Florida resident and cloud photographer

    This week’s guest, Greg, shares some warmth from the Gulf Coast of Florida. Greg tells us why his microblog is really his first blog, despite his years of experience building and maintaining websites. We talk about whether the notion of a “challenge” is helpful when it comes to maintaining a blogging streak. At the end, we nerd out a bit about Star Trek: Voyager.

    https://monday.micro.blog/2021/02/22/greg-aka-gregmoore.html

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