John Siracusa returns to the Mac Power Users to talk about his favorite workflows and apps. We also spend some time getting John’s opinion about where the Mac is and where it is heading.
By the early nineties R.E.M. found themselves one of the biggest bands on the planet. What they had achieved was beyond their wildest dreams but it had taken them over a decade to get there. This RTÉ Radio One music documentary recorded in Athens, Georgia and North Carolina in the US by Ken Sweeney takes the listener on that journey with R.E.M. out of Athens (Georgia). Without slick videos for the new MTV, or support from mainstream radio, R.E.M. built their following playing an alternative circuit of gigs across America as evangelists for this new music. R.E.M. blazed a trail for every independent band to follow from Nirvana to Pearl Jam.
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On this special That Scruffy Post Show Kanen sits down with Stu Maschwitz and Merlin Mann on their second visit to the show! They discuss delegation, dealing with email and to do lists, assistants, and working hard to make being lazy possible. Does it get better than that?
John Siracusa joins me to discuss RSI in depth, drawing on both of our experiences we look at what works, what doesn’t and why you should care. Keyboards, trackpads, trackballs, mice, chairs, we cover it all.
Posted Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013
The hypercritical John Siracusa joins Dave and Lex to talk manscaping and Lady Gaga.
Merlin Mann on Apple, WWDC, sleep habits and home entertainment.
July 28 2014The Economic Context of the Gaza Conflict
Alexis talks to independent journalist Rania Khalek about the ongoing assault on Gaza, the context missing from the mainstream media, and the economic effects of the Israeli occupation. Then, she talks to Steve Klabnik, a prolific open source programmer, and staunch anti-capitalist. We discuss the problem with Google, what “disruption” by the tech community really looks like, and how capitalists capture the productivity boosts that technology creates.Listen to the standalone interview with Rania KhalekListen to the standalone interview with Steve Klabnik
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When LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy attended live concerts, he says he always felt like there was something missing.
This hour and six minute lecture touches on Murphy’s early influences, not being able to tie his shoes until later in life, spoiled halloweens, his love of The Smiths, the internet ‘cool world’ and so much more!
Episode 8: Phil Hagelberg; empowering userspace in Heroku, Leiningen, and Emacs | Mostly Î»azyâ¦a Clojure podcast
Phil Hagelberg (a.k.a. technomancy just about everywhere) has been a constant presence in the Clojure world for years.Â Best known for starting the Leiningen project â which he continues to maintain as part of his duties at Heroku â Phil has had his fingers in all sorts of open source pots, including Clojure itself, a…
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