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  1. Making Sense Podcast #163 - Ricky Gervais | Sam Harris

    In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Ricky Gervais. They discuss fame, the effect of social media, the changing state of comedy, offensive jokes, Louis CK, political hypocrisy, Brexit and Trump, the state of journalism, and other topics. Ricky Gervais is a stand-up comedian, actor, director, and screenwriter. He co-created … Continued

    https://samharris.org/podcasts/163-ricky-gervais/

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  2. Should designers code? - overflow: audible;

    In our second episode, we discuss the wonderfully polarizing question, “should designers code?” We’d go so far as to say that this is the definitive guide to this question, as we remain as cool-headed, reasonable, and rational about the topic as is humanly possible. And you honestly will never need to read another article about it. Nor should you. The question of whether designers should code is now a solved problem.Not only is this episode more fun than flogging a dead unicorn, it also sports our new intro and outtro music, performed by Mr Pickering himself. We’ve also got a painfully proper transcription this time around.Please enjoy

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  3. How Derren Brown Remade Mind Reading for Skeptics | The New Yorker

    The mentalist’s manipulation techniques give people too sophisticated to believe in the paranormal something quasi-scientific to hang on to.

    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/10/07/how-derren-brown-remade-mind-reading-for-skeptics

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  4. Design Matters - Derren Brown

    Derren Brown randomly went to a hypnotist’s show when he was 18—and it changed his life. Here, the master illusionist reveals the fascinating psychology behind his incredible skills, and magic at large.

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  5. Polynesian Panthers: ‘We raised the beast, we brought racism to attention’

    Eyewitness - When the police started cracking down on Pasifika overstayers in New Zealand, a group of young people called the Polynesian Panthers started pushing back in the 1970s.

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  6. “Working with Maybe” by Joël Quenneville

    Recorded during https://2018.elmeurope.org in July 2018 in Paris. More talks on https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-cYi7I913S-VgTSUKWhrUkReM_vMNQxG

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  7. Lisa Brennan-Jobs and the design, production, and writing of memoir

    An interview with Lisa Brennan-Jobs, author of the best selling memoir, Small Fry. Lisa and Craig Mod discuss the design, production, and writing of this fascinating book about family, identity, and the complications of growing up in Palo Alto as the daughter of Steve Jobs.

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  8. The Worst Performance Review

    Annual, semi-annual, quarterly, 360…no matter what form they take, performance reviews can be anxiety-inducing workplace rituals. In today’s episode, we talk to the head of HR at an HR software company (meta!) and a Basecamp designer about why helpful feedback is so difficult to give and receive—and what can be done to improve the process.

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  9. A Dark Age of Objective-C

    John Siracusa and Dan Benjamin revisit Apple’s GUI history, complain about TiVo some more, then explore the possibility of another Copland-like crisis looming in Apple’s future. What will replace Objective-C and Cocoa? What can?

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  10. ACCIDENTAL TECH PODCAST | #96 - THE WINDOWS OF SIRACUSA COUNTY

    Casey upgrades his podcasting setup after an awkward Apple store experience Follow-up: App Store Woes Panic’s Transmit woes reversed DragonDrop Timebar Launcher Crossy Road financials PS4 DLNA support is coming (via @asendra_) Plex has announced PS4 support (via @returnedlast) However, rollout will be staggered Sleazy Twitter app scans Nick Arnott corrects Marco Christmas comes early for John, perhaps because of Romain Moisescot Pastebot (RIP) Microsoft Acquires Hockey App Azure Mobile Services Should HTTP or HTTPS be the default browser state? HTTPS Everywhere Eric Schmidt is confused, as usual Finally, a very special after-show, starting with John missing WindowShade (image).

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