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  1. a16z Podcast: Location, Location, Location — and Mobile by a16z | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    a16z Podcast: Location, Location, Location — and Mobile

    by a16z

    published on 2015/06/11 22:48:27 +0000

    Pick your metaphor: Smartphones are "remote controls" for the physical world, or perhaps, as Steve Cheney argues, they’re "cursors for the physical world".

    Either way, it’s clear that the age of mobile is here, GPS is not enough, and with sensors all around us — both outdoors and in indoor locations — it’s finally time for truly context-aware computing. But what will that take, both content- and design-wise — is it all just about eliminating friction? And how are players like Apple and Google positioning themselves for this micro-mapped world? a16z’s Benedict Evans and Estimote’s Steve Cheney talk about these questions and more in this episode of the a16z Podcast…

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  2. Location, Location, Location; Our Real Estate In Christ ( Philippians 3:9 ) - 6-14-15

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  3. The State of Games, Ep. 97 – The One About Location, Location, Location | Dice Hate Me

    Darrell, Dice and Jessica talk about importance of locations

    http://dicehateme.com/2015/12/the-state-of-games-ep-97-the-one-about-location-location-location/

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  4. How to Handle Location in an Interview | Manager Tools

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    This cast describes a simple way to handle the interviewing question, "What’s your location preference?"

    Many people lose great job opportunities because they don’t know how to talk about WHERE they want to work without scaring the recruiter. There’s a right way to do it. It’s okay to prefer a certain location … but you’ve also got to reassure the recruiter that your choice isn’t ONLY about location.

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    Extra ContentHow to Handle Location in an Interview Shownotes (PDF) How to Handle Location in an Interview Shownotes (PDF)

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    Legend:     Members Only    Manager Tools Individual License    Career Tools Individual License    Interviewing Series    First Job Fundamentals   

    http://www.manager-tools.com/2008/12/career-tools-cast-1-how-handle-location-interview

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  5. The “Internet” of the developing world: using GSM networks to secure information

    Ashifi Gogo, a Schweitzer Fellow at Dartmouth College, discusses mobile communications in the developing world - system architectures that provide levels of security analogous to well-known standards for internet transactions, and innovations in use of mobile networks for public services.

    http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/mediaberkman/2009/02/25/the-internet-of-the-developing-world-using-gsm-networks-to-secure-information-audio/

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  6. Time + Social + Location. What’s Next In Mobile Experiences?

    As more devices become location aware, social uses will continue to evolve beyond just who and what, to WHEN. Adding the temporal dimension creates new opportunities for social interaction. Learn about ways to leverage and use technology to add features at the intersection of temporal, social, and location.

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  7. Metropolitan Information Architecture: The future of UX, Databases, and the (Information) Architecture of complex, urban environments – Don Turnbull, John Tolva

    What does location mean for UX? How does information architecture and design synchronize with urban architecture? How does mobile communication and web culture impact the streetscape? Are we living in facets of the same virtual city or does location still constrain us?

    In this session, Don Turnbull and John Tolva look into these and other questions as they discuss research and designs unveiling how our interactions with both digital and physical environments are changing.

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  8. Why Networks Split The Seasons Of Popular Shows

    Huffduffed from http://www.npr.org/2011/12/01/143017932/why-networks-split-seasons-of-popular-shows

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  9. Let’s Talk About Networks

    Podcast networks. They’re a thing. How do they work? What resources do they provide podcasters? These panelists have lots of experience in the world of networks; some have created their own networks, and some have joined them after starting out independently with their own podcasts. Come listen as these network veterans give you the inside scoop on the support networks provide and how they operate. Moderator: Myke Hurley Panelists: Roman Mars, Christy Gressman, Gaby Dunn, Joseph Fink, Justin McElroy

    https://www.podbean.com/media/share/dir-3ir4r-34883e0

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  10. Why privacy settings can’t keep your location secret

    Phone carriers can sell location data to third parties, and you can’t opt out.

    https://www.marketplace.org/2018/05/22/tech/why-privacy-settings-cant-keep-your-location-secret

    —Huffduffed by leeacker3