eby / tags / podcast

Tagged with “podcast” (5)

  1. WOOL author Hugh Howey is a tech optimist: The O’Reilly Radar podcast - O’Reilly Radar

    Editor’s note: you can subscribe to the O’Reilly Radar Podcast through iTunes, SoundCloud, or directly through our podcast’s RSS feed. You can download this individual episode via this link….

    http://radar.oreilly.com/2014/08/wool-author-hugh-howey-is-a-tech-optimist-the-oreilly-radar-podcast.html

    —Huffduffed by eby

  2. Lierre Keith: The Vegetarian Myth, How Agriculture Made Us Sick, and How to Save the World | Fat-Burning Man

    This week’s show is with one impressive woman, Lierre Keith. Lierre has been a highly requested guest for a while now. This show is going to show you exactly why.

    http://fatburningman.com/lierre-keith-the-vegetarian-myth/?utm_content=buffer26d17

    —Huffduffed by eby

  3. IT Conversations | Tools of Change Conference from O’Reilly Media | Scott Sigler

    From podcast to hardcover bestseller. Scott Sigler surprised the publishing world in 2007 when his book, Ancestor, released by small publisher Dragon Moon Press, appeared on the Amazon bestseller list. It was already available on line as a free serialized podcast, where it had gained 10,000 fans. In fact, all of his work is available free, but fans still buy. In this talk, he chronicles the publishing of his fourth book, The Rookie, a sci-fi football story, and the possibilities for authors who maintain an on-line following.

    http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail4753.html

    —Huffduffed by eby

  4. A 19th-Century Mathematician Finally Proves Himself

    Charles Babbage, the man whom many consider to be the father of modern computing, never got to complete any of his life’s work. The Victorian gentleman was a brilliant mathematician, but he wasn’t very good at politics and fundraising, so he never got the financial backing to finish any of his elaborate machine designs. For decades, even his fans weren’t certain whether his computing machines would have worked.

    From http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=121206408

    —Huffduffed by eby

  5. WNYC Radiolab - New Normal?

    "How do you tell the difference between a sea change and a ripple in the water? Could a nonviolent baboon be sign of things to come? Or is it just a flukey outlier from the norm? What about a man in a dress? Or a fox without vicious urges? Is there ever really even a norm? In this hour of Radiolab, we examine three stories that re-frame our sense of normalcy" From http://blogs.wnyc.org/radiolab/2009/10/19/new-normal/

    —Huffduffed by eby