On June 1, 1868, the Navajo Nation treaty was signed and almost immediately, the Navajo at Fort Sumner began the long journey home.
The hot & dry people, places and soundscapes in America’s western deserts.
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Today I have for you a tale as old as time… the ‘I’m moving to DC not knowing anyone and finding my place’ story. We all know DC is a hub for people from ALL over the world (although let’s all be cognisant to not fall into the “no one is from DC trap”). With fantastic nightlife, a young vibrant population, lots of culture, and let’s face it, a ton of A type people who know how to network, moving to DC can be exhilarating and exciting to some and intimidating and terrible to others. I talk to 3 recent-ish transplants on how they found each other and made their homes in DC.
One hundred years of underground sound. Rock, jazz, psych, funk, indie rock, dub, classical, world, metal, ambient and the artists that make Arlington and DC famous. The 11/08/17 edition, with special guest, violinist James Wolf. James talks about his work with the VHF records artists From Quagmire and Fern Knight, his recent solo work on Verses Records and his wide-ranging work with groups like the Orchid, Phoenix Auto Group, Laconic Chamber and more. Two hours of experimental violin, the Beach Boys and even Sun Ra.
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Cartoonist and multimedia artist Liz Reed is co-creator with her husband Jimmy of Cuddles and Rage—it’s a world inhabited by food with quirky personalities. Liz calls it “disturbingly cute,” which seems about right. In one-panel cartoons, dioramas, and animated short videos, Liz and Jimmy Reed create work that is cute—but it always has a twist. Take Dr. Taquito—a serial killer of food, who gives cooking lessons—ruthlessly shredding lettuce and chopping tomatoes as the poor vegetable victims try to get away. It’s an unashamedly playful and dark imaginative work. In today’s podcast, Liz takes through the creation and evolution of the singular world of Cuddles and Rage.
We’re two senior IndieWeb participants talking about owning your own content.
In this podcast: Jeena Martijn van der Ven
My prepared notes
These are the notes I have made during preperation, we often don’t follow them exactly but they help to follow the conversation.
* Intro **** We’re you from? **** What’s your technical background? *** The IndieWeb **** Definition **** How to get a domain **** How to host your own website **** What are webmentions? **** What are microformats? **** Using Wordpress **** Using Known **** Writing your own software *** People write reusable blocks Generations **** General Data Protection Regulation *** Backfeeding ***** What to copy from a moral standpoint? ***** Deleting content
The New Builders Ep. 32: Predictable, Progressive, Performant – A SXSW Encore on Offline First Apps - developerWorks TV
Listen to Maureen McElaney, Gregor Martynus, Nolan Lawson, Dan Zajdband and Alex Russell present the SXSW panel, "From Mobile First and Offline First."
The value of rituals in a digital world - Future Tense - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Are rituals still needed in a world mediated through digital devices?
h/t Aaron Davis
The comedian and actor talks to Sam about his immigrant experience and making it in Hollywood, which he writes about in a new book, "How To American: An Immigrant’s Guide To Disappointing Your Parents." Jimmy stars as immigrant programmer Jìan-Yáng on the HBO comedy "Silicon Valley."