with Martin Casado (@martin_casado), Michel Feast…
This is unadorned/unfinished audio of a Dan Carlin discussion about which German military was superior, the First or the Second World War version. Unlike the approach in traditional Hardcore History releases, brevity wins out over depth in this attempt at short-form content from a traditionally long-form creator (note that it is still 50 minutes!)
Rose Orchard joins us to discuss her transition from teacher to automator including creating workflows, maximizing efficiency on Mac and iOS, we discuss the Sonos One and the Apple HomePod, travel tips and more.
Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Don Melton, former Director of Internet Technologies at Apple, and Nitin Ganatra, former Director of iOS Apps at Apple, talk about presenting to Steve Jobs, web vs. native, implementing gestures, the importance of affordances, and more.
Friday lunchtime lecture: When governments open up, who manages their data? | Lunchtime Lectures | Open Data Institute
Friday lunchtime lecture: When governments open up, who manages their data?
Friday 19 September 2014,
The Open Data Institute, 65 Clifton Street, London, EC2A 4JE
You bring your lunch, we provide tea & coffee, an interesting talk, and enough time to get back to your desk.
Governments hold a lot of data. A huge amount of data. And many are beginning to open it up for citizens and businesses to monitor and improve all sorts of things – from education and public services to crime rates and traffic. But all this data has to be stored, managed and presented in ways people can understand.
CKAN is a data management platform used by governments and organisations around the world to handle these important functions. Irina Bolychevsky gave a live demonstration of its data management workflows, visualisation and discovery features that help make data easy to upload, access and re-use.
Irina Bolychevsky is the Commercial Director of Open Knowledge and the former CKAN Product Owner
feedly: organize, read and share what matters to you.
What if we could tap into our government with the same speed and ease as our smartphones and search? Can technology make a difference in how government operates, and how we citizens interact with it? Two-time Mountain View Mayor Mike Kasperzak, OpenGov CEO Zac Bookman, and a16z’s Tom Rikert discuss government’s historically uneasy relationship with technology, how a growing trend in government transparency is being powered by software, and why you should be glad your local city council takes its sweet time to pass a budget.
This week Myke is joined by John Roderick. They talk about what it takes to write, record, release and promote an album.
Inbox Zero: Merlin Mann on Getting Things Done, Opportunity Cost and Sunk Cost Fallacy – BTTDL032 (Beyond the To-Do List; May 14, 2013)
In prepping to do an interview tomorrow with Erik Fisher, I’m listening back to our visit
from back in May and remembering it’s one of my favorites.
If you’re the sort of person who potentially likes hearing me talk about productivity and me and stuff, that was a good one.
If I haven’t decided what always trumps everything else, I don’t have clarity on what I care about.
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