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  1. S05E01 State Management with Taras Mankovski, Tim Dorr, Michel Weststrate, and Charles Lowell

    S05E01 State Management with Taras Mankovski, Tim Dorr, Michel Weststrate, and Charles Lowell

    February 8, 2018

    In this Modern Web Podcast This Dot Labs CTO, Taras Mankovski @tarasm, discusses State Management with guests…

    Charles Lowell @cowboyd (Frontside),

    Michel Weststrate @mweststrate (Mobx),

    and Tim Dorr @timdorr (React, Redux Router) 

    Topics covered:

    • MobX tracking changes in objects- Redux changes to accommodate async rendering in React- Best practices around batch operations in Redux- Immer.js


    To learn more visit

    Follow us on Twitter @moderndotweb


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  2. Modern web podcast on redux vs. mobx

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  3. Wise Conduct – Pamela Weiss [Jan 31]

    Wise Conduct – Pamela Weiss [Jan 31]on February 4,2018

    in Dharma Talks

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  4. Mac Power Users #415: John Siracusa Workflows and the Future of the Mac - Relay FM

    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.

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  5. Dirk Gently CD2

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  6. Dirk Gently CD1

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  7. Dirk Gently CD3

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  8. Productive Talk Compilation: 8-episode podcast with GTD’s David Allen | 43 Folders

    Download MP3 of "Productive Talk Compilation" As promised, here’s the single-file compilation of the Productive Talk podcast interviews I did with David Allen, the author of Getting Things Done. The final version’s eight episodes clock in at a

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  9. Hillary Clinton reflects with raw honesty on Trump and 2016

    Hillary Clinton joins Jonathan and talks about why she wanted to be president, coming to terms with the fact that people don’t like her, and sexism and misogyny.

    Original video:
    Downloaded by on Tue, 28 Nov 2017 22:31:41 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  10. The Longest Shortest Time

    The Longest Shortest Time






    EPISODE #60: The Accidental Gay Parents

    The second Trystan spotted John, a pink-haired guy in a black bandana, he was smitten. For a year, Trystan and John spent their weekends clubbing, partying in Vegas, and making out on the beach.

    Then, one Friday, John got a call.

    It was a social worker. She said that she’d be putting John’s sister’s two young children into foster care at the end of the weekend. Unless, of course, John took them.

    So John and Trystan got in the car and drove to the sister’s house. And John gave Trystan that two-hour drive to decide whether or not he was ready to commit to becoming a dad.

    This is this story of a couple of twenty-somethings going to court against family to become the legal guardians of two children in desperate need of a safe home. (Hint: extra hard when you are gay.) This is also a super romantic love story. Side note: Trystan is trans, which adds a whole other interesting element to the episode. Tune in to hear all of the surprising details. For now, some pictures of Trystan and John’s life with the kids:

    Toenail painting is a favorite pasttime in Trystan and John’s household

    Riley, the older child, adjusting to his new life

    Trystan and John’s wedding

    Trystan, John + the kids in their wedding shoes

    P.S. We’re going to be following up with John in a couple of episodes!

    UPDATE: John’s story is now up! Listen here.

    Resources for Raising Kids in a Nontraditional Family

    Trystan says he’s found the Facebook group Aunts and Uncles Raising Nieces and Nephews to be an invaluable resource.

    He also has enjoyed reading the blog Papa Bear, about a trans dad giving birth—something he is considering in the future.

    We asked our own LGBTQ listeners what trans-parenting resources they like, and they answer was, “Well, there’s not a lot.” We did, however, get a lot of recommendations for S. Bear Bergman’s books, especially Blood, Marriage, Wine, & Glitter. People also like the books Trans Bodies, Trans Selves by Laura Erickson-Schroth and The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson. And the website It’s Conceivable Now.

    Do YOU have a nontraditional family?

    Tell your story in the comments! Share your favorite resources! It’ll help other people feel less alone.

    Top photo: Lisa Yagoda

    Our sponsors for this episode are Thirdlove , Little Passports and Bombas. Use the promo code LONGSHORT at checkout for a special discount.

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