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  1. Ep. 318: “The Best Chicken” - Roderick on the Line - Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann’s frank & candid weekly phone call with John Roderick of The Long Winters.

    The Problem: John got the side-eye.

    http://www.merlinmann.com/roderick/ep-318-the-best-chicken.html

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  2. Unjustly Maligned | “R.E.M., early” with Merlin Mann (Episode 48)

    On a day that shouldn’t exist comes a podcast equally paradoxical. Merlin Mann joins Antony to sit still, garden at night, and talk about the passion of rock band R.E.M.’s early work.

    https://www.theincomparable.com/ump/48/

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  3. Reconcilable Differences #5: Shiny and Chrome - Relay FM

    This week is dedicated to a spoiler-heavy look at Mad Max: Fury Road. If you haven’t seen it, treat yourself to a cinema viewing as soon as you can.

    http://www.relay.fm/rd/5

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  4. Unjustly Maligned | “Watchmen” with Merlin Mann (Episode 15)

    Writer and podcaster Merlin Mann joins Antony to stand up (mostly) for the “Watchmen” movie, discuss the difficulty of separating source material from its adaptation… and then there’s that ending.

    https://www.theincomparable.com/ump/15/

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  5. Adam Lisagor interviewed by Merlin Mann

    In the second of our interviews with a Webstock ’12 speaker, we’re both honored and delighted to present Adam Lisagor in conversation with Merlin Mann. They cover such topics as Webstock, the New Zealand accent, what it is Adam does, how he works and much, much more.

    http://www.webstock.org.nz/blog/2011/adam-lisagor-interview-by-merlin-mann/

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  6. The Conversation #27: Misionless Statements

    In this special episode, Dan Benjamin talks with two of his heroes, Merlin Mann and Jeff Veen about independence, free thinking, productivity, and changing your game.

    Jeffrey Veen Jeffrey Veen is the founder of Typekit, one of the founding partners of Adaptive Path, and the co-creator of Measure Map, the web analytics tool acquired by Google in 2006. After five years with Adaptive Path, Jeff moved on to Google, where he lead the redesign of their Analytics product and managed their web apps UX team.

    Merlin created 43 Folders, co-hosts You Look Nice Today, appears on MacBreak Weekly, and speaks and consults about things like email, time & attention, and creative work. Merlin also created Inbox Zero, the Hipster PDA, the Procrastination Dash, and more.

    http://5by5.tv/conversation/27

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  7. Merlin Mann — Time & Attention Talk

    Says Merlin:

    "This is a talk I did at Rutgers earlier this month. I kinda like it, but for a weird reason. Something something, perfect storm of technology Ragnarok, and yadda yadda, I had to start the talk 20 minutes late with no slides. Nothing.

    So, I riffed.

    And, I ended up talking about a lot of the new stuff you can expect to see in the Inbox Zero book—work culture, managing expectations, the 3 deadly qualities of email, and one surprising reason email’s not as much fun as Project Runway.

    Some people liked it. I think. I liked it. I hope you do, too."

    http://www.43folders.com/2010/04/27/impro-talk

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  8. Colin Marshall talks to Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann is a writer, speaker, blogger, podcaster and student of the creative mind. He’s the creator of 43Folders, a popular web site devoted to time, attention and creative work, as well as the man behind such varied projects as The Merlin Show, Kung Fu Grippe, 5ives, the 43Folders podcast, one-third of the crazy-successful comedy podcast You Look Nice Today, and lord knows what else. He’s also currently working on his first book, Inbox Zero. Colin Marshall originally conducted this conversation on the public radio program and podcast The Marketplace of Ideas.

    From http://www.3quarksdaily.com/3quarksdaily/2010/03/doing-less-stuff-better-seeing-your-face-in-the-marble-and-making-immigrants-cry-colin-marshall-talk.html

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  9. City Arts & Lectures — John Hodgman, Part 1

    American author and humorist John Hodgman has appeared as the resident expert on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," as PC on Apple’s "Get a Mac" TV ads, and was the headline speaker at the 2009 Radio and Television Correspondents dinner in Washington D.C. After graduating from Yale in 1994, he toiled in the trenches of the publishing industry. The experience led Hodgman to write an ironic advice column for McSweeney’s entitled, Ask a Former Literary Agent. In his first book, The Areas of My Expertise, Hodgman explores topics from the idiosyncrasies of famous detectives to colonial jobs involving eels. In his role on "The Daily Show," Hodgman has offered insight and commentary on art authentication, presidential candidate style, hurricane season and mixed martial arts. Hodgman’s latest book, More Information Than You Require, deals with more of the esoteric, charming and just plain eccentric topics that catch the author’s fancy. John Hodgman appeared in conversation with Merlin Mann on November 7, 2009.

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  10. 43 Folders: Interview with “Linchpin” author, Seth Godin

    Merlin Mann talks with Seth Godin, whose new book, Linchpin, comes out today. Topics include, “The Lizard Brain,” Bob Dylan, protecting the well, and beating back the fear and resistance that drive mediocrity.

    From http://www.43folders.com/2010/01/26/godin-linchpin

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