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  1. Mobile Nations 22: State of the mobile | iMore

    Kevin of CrackBerry, Phil of Android Central, Daniel of Windows Phone Central, Derek of Mobile Nations, and Rene of iMore talk about the state of mobile. How many platforms is Android, what’s happening with BlackBerry, can Microsoft deliver, and what’s next for Apple?

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    http://www.imore.com/mobile-nations-22-state-mobile

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  2. MWC 2014: Mobile Nations Podcast! | Windows Phone Central

    Mobile World Congress 2014 is over and we’re wrapping it up in full-on Mobile Nations style! Join Phil Nickinson, Alex Dobie, and Andrew Martonik of Android Central, Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry, Daniel Rubino of Windows Phone Central, and Richard Devine of iMore as they talk EVERYTHING Samsung, Android, Nokia, BlackBerry, Windows Phone,

    and more!

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    http://www.wpcentral.com/mwc-2014-mobile-nations-podcast-wrap

    —Huffduffed by alips

  3. Vector 38: Cord cutting | iMore

    Vector is Mobile Nations’ cross-site, cross-platform analysis show where we talk about the hottest topics in the tech industry. On this week’s episode Anthony Casella of Mobile Nations joins Rene to talk about cutting the cable and satellite cord, setting up an antenna, getting free over-the-air digital channels, using a home media center, and the pros and cons of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Aereo.

    Subscribe, listen along, and then tell us — are you cutting the cord? Why or why not?

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    http://m.imore.com/vector-38-cord-cutting

    —Huffduffed by jcsiegrist

  4. The Non-Breaking Space Show | Interviews with the web’s best and brightest

    Our guest for this episode is Mat Marquis. Mat works at The Filament Group in Boston, a company that designs engaging sites and apps for mobile, tablet, and desktop platforms. He is a designer and a developer who occasionally works independently with big-time clients like The Boston Globe. Mat also regularly writes articles for the A List Apart blog.

    He is a member of the jQuery Mobile team, and also an active member of the open space community at movethewebforward. In addition, Mat chairs the Responsive Images Community Group.

    —Huffduffed by tribehut

  5. iMore show 554: Why yellow? with Chris Harris and David Lundblad | iMore

    David Lundblad, head of design for iMore and Mobile Nations, and Chris Harris, app director extraordinaire, join Serenity, Lory, and Rene for a behind-the-scenes look at the all new iMore.com and iMore.app! Plus, what’s up with iPhone 8 Touch ID?

    http://www.imore.com/imore-show-554-why-yellow-chris-harris-and-david-lundblad

    —Huffduffed by chad

  6. Acemoglu on Why Nations Fail – Econlib

    Daron Acemoglu of MIT and author (with James Robinson) of Why Nations Fail talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the ideas in his book: why some nations fail and others succeed, why some nations grow over time and sustain that growth, while others grow and then stagnate. Acemoglu draws on an exceptionally rich set of examples over space and time to argue that differences in institutions—political governance and the inclusiveness of the political and economic system—explain the differences in economics success across nations and over time. Acemoglu also discusses how institutions evolve and the critical role institutional change plays in economic success or failure. Along the way, he explains why previous explanations for national economic success are inadequate. The conversation closes with a discussion of the implications of the arguments for foreign aid and attempts by the wealthy nations to help nations that are poor.

    —Huffduffed by dst

  7. Mobile Technologies, Mobile Users: Will Libraries Mobilize? - Joan K. Lippincott

    Joan K. Lippincott, Coalition for Networked Information

    Many types of mobile devices are currently being employed by members of our community. In addition to communicating with others, individuals are seeking information via these devices. What roles can libraries play, and perhaps more importantly what roles should they play in delivering content that is configured for mobile devices, in developing services aimed at mobile device users, and in configuring physical spaces to respond to mobile device users’ needs? The presentation will feature examples of current library practice as well as describe the use of mobile devices more broadly in teaching and learning. Factors to consider in developing a plan that addresses mobile devices will be described.

    —Huffduffed by eby