edsu / Ed Summers

I’m a software developer interested in how the web does and doesn’t work as an archive.

There are eight people in edsu’s collective.

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  1. Brian Eno Interviewed on KPFA’s Ode to Gravity, 1980 : Charles Amirkhanian & Brian Eno (Pt 2)

    Charles Amirkhanian and Brian Eno discuss Phonetic Poetry, how Brian writes his lyrics, and the spirit of inquisitiveness at KPFA Radio on Saturday February 2,…

    https://archive.org/details/BrianEno/BrianEnoOTGR2.472.wav

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  2. Wendy Brown. In the account of Neoliberalism. 2016

    http://www.egs.edu Wendy Brown, Professor of Philosophy at The European Graduate School / EGS. Saas-Fee Switzerland. August 13 2016.

    Wendy Brown is Professor of Political Science at the University of California Berkeley. Her research interests include the history of political and social theory, Continental philosophy, and critical theory, together with the examination of contemporary capitalism. In her research into the problems that plague contemporary capitalism and neoliberalism, she employs theoretical works of Michel Foucault, Max Weber, Sigmund Freud, Friedrich Nietzsche, Karl Marx, and Frankfurt school.

    In 1983, Wendy Brown received her doctoral degree from Princetown University. She subsequently taught at the University of California, Santa Cruz and also at Williams College. Since 1999, she has been teaching at the University of California, Berkeley.

    Edgework: Critical Essays on Knowledge and Politics (2005) consists of seven articles which were all written for some particular occasion. Brown emphasises this trait of her book and claims that “such occasions mimic, in certain ways, the experience of the political realm: one is challenged to think here, now, about a problem that is set and framed by someone else, and to do so before a particular audience or in dialogue…

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  3. BBC Radio 4 - Thinking Allowed, Michel Foucault

    Laurie Taylor explores the life and work of the French philosopher and theorist.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b038hg73

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  4. Michelle Alexander and Naomi Klein in conversation with Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor : Haymarket Books : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

    Michelle Alexander and Naomi Klein in conversation with Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor from Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre. An event sponsored by Haymarket Books on May…

    https://archive.org/details/alexander-klein-taylor

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  5. Stokely Carmichael At UC Berkeley - Black Power

    Now when the missionaries came to civilize us because we were uncivilized, educate us because we were uneducated, and give us some — some literate studies because we were illiterate, they charged a price. The missionaries came with the Bible, and we had the land. When they left, they had the land, and we still have the Bible. And that has been the rationalization for Western civilization as it moves across the world and stealing and plundering and raping everybody in its path. Their one rationalization is that the rest of the world is uncivilized and they are in fact civilized. And they are un-civil-ized….

    http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/stokelycarmichaelblackpower.html

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  6. The Dig - Revisiting Racecraft with Barbara and Karen Fields - Blubrry Podcasting

    Racism serves capitalism and neither are inevitable features of American life if we destroy them.

    https://www.blubrry.com/thedig/29579310/revisiting-racecraft-with-barbara-and-karen-fields/

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  7. Brian Eno Interviewed on KPFA’s Ode to Gravity, 1980 : Charles Amirkhanian & Brian Eno : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive

    Charles Amirkhanian and Brian Eno discuss Phonetic Poetry, how Brian writes his lyrics, and the spirit of inquisitiveness at KPFA Radio on Saturday February 2,…

    https://archive.org/details/BrianEno

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  8. Oral History of Guido van Rossum, part 1

    Interviewed by Hansen Hsu on 2018-02-01 in Mountain View, CA X8483.2018 © Computer History Museum

    Guido van Rossum was born in 1956 in the Netherlands to parents belonging to the left-leaning Pacifist and Labor parties. He studied Mathematics at the University of Amsterdam, learned programming languages such as Pascal and ALGOL, and began programming on the university mainframe in the basement of the math building. While still a student, Van Rossum found a job at SARA (Stichting Academisch Rekencentrum Amsterdam) which provided computing services for the university. After graduating in 1982 he began a job at the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (Center for Mathematics and Informatics, or CWI) working with Lambert Meertens on the ABC programming language, which inspired many of the later features of Python. The project failed due to lack of traction, and Van Rossum moved on to working on the Amoeba operating system with Sape Mullender. While on this project, Van Rossum began to feel that he could be much more productive if he could write code using an ABC-like language instead of C. Over Christmas break of 1989, he started work on a language which would combine the simplicity and flexibility of Unix shell scripting, the productivity of ABC, the power of C, and the extensibility and modularity of M…

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  9. The end of the cloud: A truly serverless web - A fireside chat with Viktor Charypar and Paul Frazee

    A little while ago our Tech Lead Viktor Charypar wrote a blog about all things around peer-to-peer web called ‘The end of the cloud: A truly serverless web.’ It got picked up by Venture Beat and started a discussion on Twitter. Paul Frazee and Viktor started talking and eventually we invited him to come to London to give a talk at our very first ‘We love tech’ meet up.

    In this video Paul and Viktor continue their conversation about peer to peer and the end of the cloud and talk about:

    • what makes Beaker different from other browsers?
    • how does Beaker Browser work and is it just for browser?
    • What are the main differences and advantages of it to peer-to-peer today?
    • and more

    Find out more about us: www.red-badger.com/technology or follow us on Twitter at @redbadgerteam and @welove_tech to hear about future events and the latest blogs

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  10. The Philosophy of Murray Bookchin: An Interview with Debbie Bookchin

    Debbie Bookchin is a widely-published journalist and author whose work has appeared in The Atlantic, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Nation, and numerous other publications. She served as press secretary to Bernie Sanders when he served in the U.S. House and she recently co-edited a book of essays by her father, Murray Bookchin, called The Next Revolution: Popular Assemblies and the Promise of Direct Democracy (Verso Books 2015). Debbie joins Brett to discuss the life and work of her father, Murray Bookchin, as well as the Rojavan Revolution, the rise of fascism, Social Ecology, Marxism, Anarchism, her father’s legacy, and much, much more! 

    Find Debbie, and much of her work, on twitter: @Debbiebookcin  Learn more about and support the legacy of Murray Bookchin here: MurrayBookchin.org Follow the Kurdish struggle here: http://theregion.org Outro Music: "Opening Salvo" by Blue Scholars, find and support them here: http://bluescholars.com Reach us at: Brett.RevLeftRadio@protonmail.com follow us on Twitter @RevLeftRadio 

    Follow us on FB at "Revolutionary Left Radio" Intro Music by The String-Bo String Duo. You can listen and support their music here: https://tsbsd.bandcamp.com/track/red-black This podcast is officially affiliated with The Nebraska Left Coalition, the Nebraska IWW, and the Omaha GDC.

    Check out Nebraska IWW’s new website here: https://www.nebraskaiww.org

    http://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/the-philosophy-of-murray-bookchin-an-interview-with-debbie-bookchin

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