Stratechery’s Ben Thompson visits The Knowledge Project and shares his thoughts on business in the digital age, running a one-man publishing company, and how technology will transform our future
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Sascha Lobo ist ganz sicher einer der bekanntesten Personen in der deutschen Netzlandschaft.
She may not always communicate in complete sentences, but she’s convincing enough that teenagers actually converse with her. Also, she’s …
An intimate chat with a dance music superstar.
Paul Kalkbrenner doesn’t quite fit the profile of most of the other guests we’ve had on the Exchange. He has a massive record deal with a major label, he’s just released an album, 7, that’s at or near the top of the charts throughout Europe, and he’s got a penchant for playing stadiums. Did we mention he’s a movie star? We probably didn’t need to. Yet somehow it felt completely natural inviting Kalkbrenner by our Berlin office for a career-spanning chat. His life as a producer has its roots in this city’s ’90s club scene, and he spent the first decade of his career producing for Bpitch Control. From early on, though, Kalkbrenner saw an alternate path for techno, one that led to bigger stages and brighter lights than the staunchly underground scene he grew up in. In 2015, he’s made it about as big as anyone with a direct connection to techno could ever hope to. But in conversation with Jordan Rothlein, he explains why there’s still a good deal left on his musical to-do list.
Inquisitive #51: Favourite Album: Myke Hurley and ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’ - Relay FM
This week, Federico Viticci interviews Myke Hurley about his favourite album, ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’, by the Arctic Monkeys.
Katie and David sit down with John Gruber of Daring Fireball to discuss the origins of his site, how he finds and publishes the news and how he uses his Mac and iOS.
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Markus in seinem Hongkonger Büro, 2009
“Wo Chinas Einfluss wächst, leidet die Freiheit”, sagt Markus Rimmele, ARD-Hörfunk-Korrespondent in Shanghai. Er hat über die aktuellen Proteste un Hongkong berichtet, wo er mehrere Jahre gelebt hat (darüber hat er in KR173 berichtet).
DocPhil spricht mit Markus über die aktuellen Proteste, das chinesische Internet, Pekings Zensur, seine Arbeit als Journalist und den wachsenden Machtanspruch Chinas in der Welt.
Er erwähnte Artikel von Clay Shirky über “Occupy Hongkong”.
Wir haben das Gespräch am Freitag, 14.11.2014 aufgenommen, also vor der Räumung einiger Protestlager in Hongkong, von denen heute, 18.11.2014, berichtet wird.
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After being chased from her home by rape and death threats, Isometric host Brianna Wu has been under attack by Gamergate for 17 days. She sits down with journalist Glenn Fleishman and addresses the various accusations made towards her.
Slate Money on noncompete clauses, bad economics, and the Federal Reserve on J.P. Morgan’s “London Whale.”
Listen to Episode No. 24 of Slate Money: Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS feed ∙ Download ∙ Play in another tab On this week’s episode of Slate Money, host Felix Salmon of Fusion, Slate’s Jordan Weissmann, and Cathy O’Neil of Mathbabe discuss noncompete clauses for sandwich-makers, why most financial economics papers may be wrong, and…
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