adactio / collective

There are thirty-seven people in adactio’s collective.

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  1. Digging In: Investigative Documentary Radio

    Radio is an excellent medium for investigative reporting, so why do we hear so little of it on the air?

    Reporters Stephen Smith and Michael Montgomery of American RadioWorks describe the nuts and bolts of producing investigative projects for radio, and how to use investigative techniques to make any radio project better.

    —Huffduffed by stan

  2. Die, Mediocrity, Die!

    Do your own radio scripts ever bore you? Or frustrate, confuse, and deflate you?

    Nancy Updike, who has written stories ranging in length from 50 seconds to 59 minutes, presents easy approaches to making your writing sharper, more memorable, and more engaged with the tape. Also, learn how to make drab tape beautiful through writing, and along the way, enjoy some schadenfreude: instructive stories of mistakes and failure are shared for the benefit of all.

    —Huffduffed by stan

  3. Once Upon a Time … The End

    Alan Berliner

    Alan Berliner combines experimental cinema, artistic purpose, and popular appeal into compelling film essays. His award-winning films The Sweetest Sound, Nobody’s Business, Intimate Stranger, and The Family Album have been broadcast around the world and honored at top international film festivals. He has won three Emmy awards, received numerous fellowships, and been the recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and other arts organizations.

    —Huffduffed by stan

  4. Underground: How Deep Can Life Survive?

    This week, The Forum delves into the subterranean world of life underground – from the forgotten tunnels and catacombs of our cities to life found in the stifling sunless world two miles below the Earth’s surface. Might humans one day retreat underground if living above ground becomes too tough? Bridget Kendall with Social Geographer Dr. Bradley L. Garrett, Zoologist Dr. Gaetan Borgonie and Isotope Geochemist Professor Barbara Sherwood Lollar.

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  5. Douglas Adams interviewed by Larry King, 1987

    Douglas Adams appeared on Mutual Radio’s Larry King show overnight in 1987 promoting Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency and taking listener questions on a variety of topics.

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    —Huffduffed by kevinmarks


    In 2006, Swedish trio Peter Bjorn and John released their third album, Writer’s Block. For months and months after that, it felt like you couldn’t go anywhere without hearing the first single from that album, “Young Folks.” It was on top 10 lists for song of the year in places like Pitchfork and NME. It’s been covered by James Blunt, and remixed by Kanye West, along with countless other versions out there. Now, ten years later, Peter Bjorn and John break down the song and how it all came together, and how it almost didn’t come together at all.

    —Huffduffed by briansuda

  7. Caught Up In You w/Kathy Sierra - Tummelvision Ep. 4

    This is "Caught Up In You w/Kathy Sierra - Tummelvision Ep. 4" by heathergold on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

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    —Huffduffed by kevinmarks

  8. What happened when Mike Zuckerman brought his San Francisco culture hacking ethos to the migrant camps in Greece / Boing Boing

    In 2013, Mike Zuckerman, a self-described culture hacker, attended the White House’s National Day of Civic Hacking. Inspired by what he’d learned there, Mike returned to San Francisco and founded [freespace], an organization that focuses on sustainability and urban tactical development. In the spring of 2016, Mike went to Greece where he spent four months rehabilitating an abandoned clothing factory in the industrial sector of Thessaloniki, turning it into a humane shelter that he and his colleagues named Elpida. Unlike the official migrant camps in Greece, where refugees have little say in the day-to-day operations of the camp, Elpida put its 140 residents in charge, and the results were remarkable. Not only is Elpida much less expensive to run on a per person basis than official camps in Greece, the residents don’t suffer from boredom, restlessness, and disengagement like they do at NGO-run camps.

    As a pilot model, Elpida offers hope and improved living conditions for refugees in a place where no other NGO was able to provide in this kind of support.

    Mike has been working with Institute for the Future (where I’m on staff) as an affiliate since 2014 and recently accepted an IFTF fellowship to help uncover and study new paradigms for restoring vulnerable places and space, such as post-disaster sites, informal refugee settlements, and decaying urban neighborhoods.

    I spoke to Mike about his work at Elpida in August, 2016, just days after he returned from Greece.

    —Huffduffed by jgarber

  9. Exec Podcast 0.20 – Distributed teams with Maria Gutierrez & Glenn Vanderburg

    Maria Gutierrez and Glenn Vanderburg lead Living Social’s distributed engineering teams for the past 5 years. They’re both now at different companies, and still at different geographic locations, but in this episode of our podcast, they sit down at their respective locations with us over Skype to talk about how to hire, manage, and lead distributed engineering teams.

    —Huffduffed by jgarber

  10. WTF with Marc Maron - Nick Cave Interview

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    —Huffduffed by clagnut

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