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  1. ‎The Mandolins and Beer Podcast: S1E29 - Mandolins and Beer Podcast #29 Marla Fibish on Apple Podcasts

    ‎This week’s guest is Marla Fibish.

    A San Francisco native, Marla is one of the prominent voices of the mandolin in Irish music.

    She brings a deep and distinctive sensibility to the tradition on one of its lesser-heard instruments. She is a dynamic performer and a sought after teacher. Her playing…

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/s1e29-https://mandolinsandbeer.wordpress.com/2020/02/19/mandolins-and-beer-podcast-episode-29-marla-fibish/

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  2. Greater Than Code: 170: The Case for Vanilla JavaScript with Chris Ferdinandi

    Chris Ferdinandi talks about the positives of using vanilla JavaScript, challenges as a developer, modern web development and thoughts on a better approach to web development, using the word “just”, and gradual movement of the codebase.

    https://www.greaterthancode.com/the-case-for-vanilla-javascript

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  3. 389: The Bacon Method - ShopTalk

    Dave and Chris talk about bacon, blogging, and the business of making money on the web. Are stories the new hotness? Should everything be an email newsletter? What can Dave sell for $10?

    https://shoptalkshow.com/389/

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  4. Fall, or Dodge in Hell | Neal Stephenson

    Neal Stephenson, author of "Fall, or Dodge in Hell", in conversation with Long Now Board Member, Kevin Kelly.

    "Fall, or Dodge in Hell": https://www.harpercollins.com/9780062458711/fall-or-dodge-in-hell/ is pure, unadulterated fun: a grand drama of analog and digital, man and machine, angels and demons, gods and followers, the finite and the eternal. In this exhilarating epic, Neal Stephenson raises profound existential questions and touches on the revolutionary breakthroughs that are transforming our future. Combining the technological, philosophical, and spiritual in one grand myth, he delivers a mind-blowing speculative literary saga for the modern age.

    Neal Stephenson: https://www.nealstephenson.com is the bestselling author of the novels "Reamde", "Anathem", "The System of the World", "The Confusion", "Quicksilver", "Cryptonomicon", "The Diamond Age", "Snow Crash", and "Zodiac", and the groundbreaking nonfiction work "In the Beginning…Was the Command Line." He lives in Seattle, Washington.

    "Neal Stephenson - Fall, or Dodge in Hell " was given on June 06, 02019 as part of The Long Now Foundation’s “Conversations at The Interval” Salon Talks. These hour long talks are recorded live at The Interval, our bar, cafe, & museum in San Francisco. Since 02014 this series has presented…

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  5. Podcast: Remembering the Bothy Band – An Interview with Paddy Keenan

    For the second episode of the Journal of Music’s new podcast, editor Toner Quinn interviews the legendary uilleann piper Paddy Keenan, an original member of the influential 1970s traditional music group the Bothy Band. Keenan’s solo recordings and his piping with the band have had a profound impact on Irish traditional music over the past five decades, but it has also been a difficult personal journey for the musician. Growing up as a member of the Traveller community, he suffered prejudice which made him almost entirely reject the pipes, even causing him to lose out on an opportunity with the Beatles. Instead he joined the counter-culture in London in the 1960s, eventually returning to Ireland and becoming a member of the one of the most important Irish music groups of the twentieth century.

    This interview took place in the National University of Ireland, Galway, following an Arts in Action concert given by Keenan.

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  6. JSJ 421: Semantic HTML with Bruce Lawson

    Bruce Lawson is an expert in and proponent of semantic HTML. After receiving some good natured ribbing, Bruce walks the panel through the benefits of semantic HTML. He provides several examples on how it’s used and in particular how it helps with other issues like accessibility and navigability on your websites.

    Panel:

    AJ O’Neal

    Aimee Knight

    Charles Max Wood

    Dan Shappir

    Guest:

    Bruce Lawson

    https://devchat.tv/js-jabber/jsj-421-semantic-html-with-bruce-lawson/

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  7. The Blarney Pilgrims Podcast Episode 37: Hajime Takahashi and Kaoru Sumitomo (Guitar and Fiddle)

    The Mountains of Pomeroy with Eileen O’Brien at 4 in the morning, the session as a conversation, finding your own style, Junji Shirota, Japanese folk songs and Good Times in O’Hara’s

    https://blarneypilgrims.fireside.fm/37

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  8. Revisionist History: The Queen of Cuba

    Listen to "The Queen of Cuba" Season 4 Episode 11 of The Revisionist History Podcast with Malcolm Gladwell.

    On February 24, 1996, Cuban fighter jets shot down two small planes operated by Brothers to the Rescue, an organization in Florida that tried to spot refugees fleeing Cuba in boats. A strange chain of events preceded the shoot-down, and people in the intelligence business turned to a rising star in the Defense Intelligence Agency, Ana Montes. Montes was known around Washington as the “Queen of Cuba” for her insights into the Castro regime. But what Montes’ colleagues eventually found out about her shook their sense of trust to the core. (In this excerpt from Malcolm Gladwell’s forthcoming audiobook Talking to Strangers, we hear why spy mysteries do not unfold in real life like they do in the movies.)

    http://revisionisthistory.com/episodes/41-the-queen-of-cuba

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  9. Ariel Waldman ‘Hacking Science for Collaboration’ - This is HCD

    My guest today is Ariel Waldman. Ariel makes massively multiplayer science, creating unusual collaboration that infuse serendipity into science and space exploration. Ariel, welcome to Power of Ten.

    https://www.thisishcd.com/episodes/power-of-ten/ariel-waldman-hacking-science-for-collaboration/

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  10. Genevieve Bell ‘Anthropology, cybernetics, and establishing a new branch of engineering at ANU’ - This is HCD

    Hello, and welcome to Ethno Pod on This is HCD. My name is Jay Hasbrouck and I’ll be your host for this episode. I’m an anthropologist, strategist, and author of the book: Ethnographic Thinking from Method to Mindset.

    https://www.thisishcd.com/episodes/genevieve-bell-anthropology-cybernetics-and-establishing-a-new-branch-of-engineering-at-anu/

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