I cohosted a Clubhouse chat with Maggie on Digital Gardening - what it is, how it came about, and how we can do it!
A tour through Daniel’s 19 year blogging history, covering different websites, spinoffs, thoughts on LiveJournal, static sites, CMS’s and more.
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Today’s episode is a further exploration of how firms will try to evolve their culture by hiring Community Managers. If you’ve not listened to last week’s episode featuring Sarah Drinkwater pull up, back up and tuck in to that one first. Sarah said the person I should talk to is Abadesi Osunsade from Brandwatch - and so that’s who we are talking to today. Abadesi’s title is VP Global Community & Belonging at the 500 strong organisation. We talk about seeking to get better at Diversity & Inclusion, giving voice to teams (and applicants) and how to build community in organisations who are no longer together. Abadesi mentions Square’s Rise program. This is the scheme that ensures there’s always one minority candidate at the last stage of each hiring process. You’ll find more details on it here. (note I couldn’t find it on the UK website so maybe stay on the US site when it asks if you want to move). Here’s Abadesi’s book and the other organisation she’s part of The Hustle Crew. If you like this please do subscribe to the newsletter. Image by @claybanks at Unsplash. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2:E7 - Cyberpunk 2077, Timnit Gebru’s Firing, GitHub’s ‘State of the Octoverse,’ and Google’s New Chip - DEV
In this episode, we talk about Google’s move to put their own chips in Pixels and Chromebooks, and notable items in GitHub’s “St…
The first time that David Bohnett heard about the internet, he knew that this was going to be a technology that was about to change the world. Today, David is a philanthropist and tech entrepreneur, but back in the early 1990s he really wanted to get on the ground floor of this brand new medium.
Joining Mik on this episode of Mik + One is “sage and poet of product thinking” John Cutler, Head of Product Research & Education at Amplitude.
In this episode, Mik and John discuss:
- Defining what a product is
- Rethinking how to apply product thinking to force multipliers and change steps
- The “six sense” required to understand the challenges of software design and technology
- What traditional enterprises can learn from startups and tech 2.0 companies
- Mapping organisational structure to strategy to drive innovation
- Embracing the interplay of skills and knowledge across the organization
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Where we are, the stuff we’re working on and our plan for the next couple
I talk with writer, poet, Nebula-finalist, and my new friend Bonnie Stufflebeam. (We’re totally friends now.) We discuss the literary scene in North Texas, humor in fiction, writing short stories, daily word output, MFA degree programs, and writing conferences. We do not discuss how to craft the perfect query letter.
==FOR MORE ON BONNIE==
Website for Bonnie Stufflebeam: https://bonniejostufflebeam.com/
Read her short story "Entanglement" from Lightspeed: https://www.lightspeedmagazine.com/fiction/entanglement/
Evil in Technicolor: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781952283031
Bonnie on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BonnieJoStuffle
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Recorded on 5 June 2020 www.dukespecial.com
Produced by Boom Boom Zoom Visit www.boomboomzoom.co.uk to see more upcoming shows
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 191: From Information to Understanding with Stephen Anderson | UI Breakfast
How can information be best learned, dissected, and communicated across teams, industries, and products? Our guest today is Stephen Anderson, the founder of the Mighty Minds Club and author of Figure It Out. You’ll hear Stephen’s thoughts on the nature of information, cognition and thinking, interaction design, the importance of team dialogue, his virtual club project, and much more. Download the MP3 audio file: right-click here and choose Save As. Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simplecast.com/4MvgQ73R in your favorite podcast app, and follow us on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play Music. Show Notes Figure It Out — Stephen’s latest book Seductive […]
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