auburncom / Brendan Mckenna

There are twelve people in auburncom’s collective.

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  1. Steve Jobs, Forever Young

    Kurt Andersen intervista alla radio Walter Isaacson, l’autore della biografia su Steve Jobs.

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  2. Steve Jobs at D8

    Steve Jobs onstage at the eighth annual D: All Things Digital conference, interviewed by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. Jobs discusses the origin of the iPad, dealings with Adobe, AT&T and Google, Apple’s startup structure, the iAds initiative, and gaming on the iPhone.

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  3. At This Camp, Kids Learn To Question Authority (And Hack It) : All Tech Considered : NPR

    DefCon Kids grew out of the largest, most important gathering of computer hackers on the planet. This camp encourages kids to take a hard, skeptical look at the machines that surround them, and teaches them to hack apart everything they can lay their hands on.

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  4. Twitter Lets Customers Skip Recordings, And Make Choices : All Tech Considered : NPR

    Once relegated to one-time promos and marketing campaigns, Twitter is now a tool businesses use to provide customer service. And for some customers, Twitter can be a deciding factor in what companies they do business with.

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  5. RSA - Wait: The useful art of procrastination

    The twenty-first century is hectic. We live our lives at break-neck speed. We make snap judgements and decisions, which often harm us more than they help.

    Frank Partnoy, ex Wall Street high-flying derivative trader and self-confessed procrastinator, reveals the science behind our decision-making disasters and successes at work and at home, in matters of love, on the sports pitch, and in government. He argues that decisions of all kinds, whether ‘snap’ or long-term, benefit from being made at the last possible moment.

    The art of knowing how long you can afford to delay before committing is at the heart of many a great decision, whether in a corporate takeover or a marriage proposal. Apologies are better received if they are not rushed; audiences listen more attentively if speakers pause first; people who can defer gratification are happier and more successful than those who must have everything now. Exploring decisions that must be made in a millisecond and those that take months and years, Partnoy demonstrates that the ability to wait is crucial to getting the right answer and that gut instincts are often wrong.

    Join Frank Partnoy at the RSA as he shows how training our brains to wait can be genuinely life-changing.

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  6. Steve Jobs Talk 1983 - Center for Design Innovation

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  7. Pack Me Some Sandwiches - Unprofessional - Mule Radio Syndicate

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  8. 5by5 | Mac Power Users #99: Workflows with Marco Arment

    5by5 - Mac Power Users #99: Workflows with Marco Arment

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  9. Adam Lisagor interviewed by Merlin Mann

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  10. Incomparable Episode 67

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