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  1. Audio from the Kelowna Canada Reads event with Sarah Penton | Cory Doctorow’s

    Last night I sat down for an interview and lively Q&A at the Kelowna Public Library with the CBC’s Sarah Penton as part of the Canada Reads national book prize, for which my book Radicalized is a finalist. Courtney Dickson was kind enough to send me raw audio from the board and to give me permission to post it and include it in my podcast feed. It was a genuinely wonderful night, with great and thoughtful questions, and I’m really glad that I get to share it with you! (MP3)



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  2. Modern Product Management with Marty Cagan

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  3. Sandi Metz, Author of POODR (with Special Guest TJ Stankus) - Rails with Jason Podcast - Code with Jason

    Sandi, TJ and I talk about OOP in Rails; Java and COBOL; service objects and Interactors; getting bitten by snapping turtles; and Sandi’s 11 bicycles.

    Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby

    99 Bottles of OOP

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  4. Go Time #114: Cloudy with a chance of Kelsey Hightower with Johnny, Carmen, Mat, & Jaana |> News and podcasts for developers |> Changelog

    In this episode, we’re joined by Kelsey Hightower to discuss the evolution of cloud infrastructure management, the role Kubernetes and its API play in it, and how we, as developers and operators, should be adapting to these changes.

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  5. 131: Ryan Singer - How Basecamp Builds Software | Full Stack Radio

    In this episode, Adam talks to Ryan Singer of Basecamp about how they plan, structure, and execute on new features.

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  6. Guest Nikki Glaser (Conan, Leno, CC Roast of Rob Lowe, Judd Apatow’s ‘Trainwreck’)

    In the second episode of iQuit, Jamie interviews hilarious comedian and television host Nikki Glaser, who just happens to …

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  7. Why You Should Be Optimistic About the Future

    Many skeptics thought the internet would never reach mass adoption, but today it’s shaping global culture, is integral to our lives—and this is just the beginning. In this conversation, Kevin Kelly (Founding Executive Editor, WIRED magazine) and Marc Andreessen (Cofounder and General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz) sit down to discuss the evolution of technology, the new “Space Race,” and how measuring prosperity on a global scale is the key to our collective success. Learn why they share an optimistic view on the possibilities of the future.

    HIGHLIGHTS Discussion on closing the digital divide [3:00] The many possibilities of voice technology as an interface [9:59] Moore’s Law vs. Eroom’s law [14:14] Looking at 5G Technology as the next global driver [20:38] New models for VC and company models [27:05] How long-term thinking can be applied in Silicon Valley [29:53] Measuring prosperity on a global scale [34:00] The potential impact of cyber technology on global conflict [38:45] The foundation of Marc’s optimism [41:05]

    The views expressed here are those of the individual AH Capital Management, L.L.C. (“a16z”) personnel quoted and are not the views of a16z or its affiliates. Certain information contained in here has been obtained from third-party sources, including from portfolio companies of fu…

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  8. #85 - Iñigo San Millán, Ph.D.: Mitochondria, exercise, and metabolic health - Peter Attia

    “What I have been seeing for 25 years, working with elite athletes, is that [zone 2] is the exercise intensity where I see the biggest improvement in fat burning and the biggest improvement in lactic clearance capacity. Therefore, that means that the mitochondria is where you see the biggest improvement.” —Iñigo  San Millán, Ph.D.

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  9. Jim W. (Alledo, TX) - Boise, Idaho

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  10. Curiosity, Grief, Wonder & The Privilege of Being Alive with Mike Slavin | Curious Humans with Jonny Miller

    "Certainty is a bit of a misnomer, it’s more of a clinging tendency to pre established worldviews often inherited from parents or the education system… when I lose certainty, I’m invited into this chance to be curious, to wonder and to explore."

    —Mike Slavin

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