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  1. Tim Cook, Sir Jony Ive KBE, and Laurene Powell Jobs | Full Interview | Code 2022

    Apple CEO Tim Cook, LoveFrom Designer & Co-founder and Former Apple Chief Design Officer Sir Jony Ive, KBE, and Emerson Collective Founder and President Laurene Powell Jobs sit with Kara Swisher at the 2022 Code Conference.

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  2. The Talk Show Live From WWDC 2022

    John Gruber is joined by Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak to discuss the news from WWDC 2022.

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    Time Stamps: 00:00:00 — Welcome 00:03:27 — MacStadium 00:04:25 — Atoms 00:05:30 — Introduction 00:08:57 — WWDC 2022 00:14:57 — The new Developer Center 00:20:53 — SwiftUI 00:27:42 — Feature parity between iOS, iPadOS, and MacOS 00:34:45 — The redesigned iOS Lock Screen 00:41:25 — The redesigned Settings app in MacOS 00:45:56 — Stage Manager 00:57:35 — Gaming on the Mac 01:02:49 — CarPlay 01:08:55 — Passkey 01:12:41 — iCloud Private Relay 01:13:41 — WeatherKit 01:15:23 — Computers are fun and useful 01:22:03 — Acknowledgements

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  3. 13 OPENING KEYNOTE Zeynep Tufekci and Q&A

    Welcome and Opening Keynote Speakers: Deron Burba, Chief Information Officer, Smithsonian OCIO Diane Zorich, Director, Smithsonian OCIO Digitization Program Office Dr. Zeynep Tufekci, Associate Professor, University of North Carolina School of Library and Information Scientist, Writer at the New York Times and The Atlantic. 3/23/2022 10:00am - 11:15am

    This year, as we mark the 175th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution, we celebrate our past knowing that our present is at a turning point. The pandemic has tested us individually and as a society, bringing issues such as race and inclusion, social injustice, and the sustainability of the planet into high relief.

    It is unclear how cultural institutions will address these issues. Our interactions and outreach over the last year have been mediated solely through the lens of digital technology, and we continue to learn, explore, and assess how best to use this technology to create effective change. The 2022 Digitization Conference will focus on the role digital experiences will have in how the Smithsonian and other cultural institutions can extend our reach, reassess our impact, and reimagine our role in the world that emerges from the pandemic.

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  4. 15 AI Panel in Libraries, Archives, and Museums Centering Ethics and Communities

    AI in Libraries, Archives, and Museums: Centering Ethics and Communities Moderator: Dr. Rebecca Dikow Panelists: Mitchell L. Gordon, Harish Maringanti 3/23/2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm

    This year, as we mark the 175th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution, we celebrate our past knowing that our present is at a turning point. The pandemic has tested us individually and as a society, bringing issues such as race and inclusion, social injustice, and the sustainability of the planet into high relief.

    It is unclear how cultural institutions will address these issues. Our interactions and outreach over the last year have been mediated solely through the lens of digital technology, and we continue to learn, explore, and assess how best to use this technology to create effective change. The 2022 Digitization Conference will focus on the role digital experiences will have in how the Smithsonian and other cultural institutions can extend our reach, reassess our impact, and reimagine our role in the world that emerges from the pandemic.

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  5. 20 Releasing the Largest Open Access Cultural Data Set 2 Years On - 2022 Smithsonian Digitization

    Releasing the Largest Open Access Cultural Data Set: Two Year Update Effie Kapsalis, Senior Digital Program Officer, Smithsonian Office of Digital Transformation 3/24/2022 10:15-11:15

    This year, as we mark the 175th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution, we celebrate our past knowing that our present is at a turning point. The pandemic has tested us individually and as a society, bringing issues such as race and inclusion, social injustice, and the sustainability of the planet into high relief.

    It is unclear how cultural institutions will address these issues. Our interactions and outreach over the last year have been mediated solely through the lens of digital technology, and we continue to learn, explore, and assess how best to use this technology to create effective change. The 2022 Digitization Conference will focus on the role digital experiences will have in how the Smithsonian and other cultural institutions can extend our reach, reassess our impact, and reimagine our role in the world that emerges from the pandemic.

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  6. 21 Pandemic Pivoting: What we do when we can’t digitize objects - 2022 Smithsonian Digitization Conf

    Pandemic Pivoting: What we do when we can't digitize objects Moderator: Mike Trizna Panelists: Meghan Ferriter, John Stack, Elena Villaespesa 3/24/2022 10:15am - 11:15am

    This year, as we mark the 175th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution, we celebrate our past knowing that our present is at a turning point. The pandemic has tested us individually and as a society, bringing issues such as race and inclusion, social injustice, and the sustainability of the planet into high relief.

    It is unclear how cultural institutions will address these issues. Our interactions and outreach over the last year have been mediated solely through the lens of digital technology, and we continue to learn, explore, and assess how best to use this technology to create effective change. The 2022 Digitization Conference will focus on the role digital experiences will have in how the Smithsonian and other cultural institutions can extend our reach, reassess our impact, and reimagine our role in the world that emerges from the pandemic.

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  7. The Talk Show Remote From WWDC 2021

    John Gruber is joined by Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak to discuss Apple’s announcements from WWDC 2021: the all-new multitasking interface in iPadOS 15, on-device Siri, new privacy controls in Safari and Mail, MacOS 12 Monterey, and more.

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    Timestamps: 00:00:00 — Welcome 00:00:47 — Sponsor: Mac Paw 00:02:30 — Sponsor: Flatfile 00:03:46 — Sponsor: Linode 00:05:51 — Introduction 00:14:31 — Privacy 00:22:21 — Photos 00:36:13 — On-device Siri 00:41:29 — iCloud Private Relay + Mail Privacy Protection 00:55:35 — iPadOS 15 01:10:42 — MacOS 12 Monterey, Shortcuts, SwiftUI

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  8. What Is Right To Repair?

    Do you really own what you buy? And why is it so damn hard to repair your phone?

    The new Waveform channel: http://youtube.com/WAVEFORM

    0:00 Right To Repair Intro 3:27 They Want Control 8:08 Anti-Right To Repair 12:45 What's Happening in Tech 18:03 Conclusion

    The Right to Repair Movement: https://www.repair.org/stand-up Farmers hacking their John Deere tractors: https://youtu.be/EPYy_g8NzmI Louis Rossmann: https://youtube.com/user/rossmanngroup Simone Giertz Truckla: https://youtu.be/jKv_N0IDS2A

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    Tech I'm using right now: https://www.amazon.com/shop/MKBHD

    Intro Track: Jordyn Edmonds http://smarturl.it/jordynedmonds​ Playlist of MKBHD Intro music: https://goo.gl/B3AWV5

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  9. Andries “Andy” van Dam Oral History

    Interviewed by Marc Weber on 2008-12-10 in Menlo Park, CA X5675.2010 © Computer History Museum

    Andries “Andy” van Dam is a major pioneer of computer graphics and hypertext. In this oral history he discusses his career at Brown University and the growth of the computer science department there. He begins by describing his early interests and education at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. He then recounts the events that led to him taking a faculty position at Brown University, including his love of teaching. Once at Brown, he helped set up a computer science department and became its first chairman. Over the course of his interview, van Dam describes many important hypertext projects that he worked on, such as the the Hypertext Editing System (HES) in collaboration with hypertext pioneer Ted Nelson, its successors FRESS and other hypertext systems. In his graphics work he co-founded ACM SIGGRAPH, worked on GPGS and did much other seminal work in graphics. He co-authored, with Jim Foley, the standard reference works in computer graphics, Fundamentals of Interactive Computer Graphics, and with Foley, Feiner, and Hughes, wrote Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice. He describes some of the first uses of hypertext in a classroom environment at Brown. He also discusses other important players and eve…

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  10. Building a More Inclusive Silicon Valley

    Diversity activist, entrepreneur, co-chair of the Kapor Center, and founding partner of Kapor Capital Freada Kapor Klein and veteran tech CEO and Fortune 500 board member and author Shellye Archambeau explored how Silicon Valley can do better in a discussion with CHM CEO Dan’l Lewin. The session was part of Joint Venture Silicon Valley’s annual State of the Valley conference that took place virtually on February 23, 2021.

    Courtesy of Joint Venture Silicon Valley.

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