fjordaan / Francois Jordaan

Director of User Experience at www.isotoma.com, UK open-source software consultancy.

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  1. Ted Chiang: What’s Expected of Us

    Ted Chiang’s short story "What’s Expected of Us"

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  2. What’s Expected Of Us – Ted Chiang

    What’s Expected Of Us – Nature, July 5, 2005 – |MP3| – StarShip Sofa – read by Julie Davis, short story

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  3. Speculative Fiction and the Art of Subversion

    On January 14th, 2007 Margaret Atwood and Michael Cunningham sat down on the Key West Literary Seminar stage for a conversation on the topic of “Speculative Fiction and the Art of Subversion”

    From KWLS 2007: Wondrous Strange

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  4. All Souls Pod: Episode 26: An interview with mudlarker Jason Sandy

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  5. Invest Like the Best: Jane McGonigal – How Games Make Life Better - [Invest Like the Best, EP.138]

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  6. The Talk Show: ‘A Bit Too Thin’, With Special Guest Ben Thompson

    Special guest Ben Thompson returns to the show to talk about Jony Ive’s departure from Apple.

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  7. The Cyberlaw Podcast: Click Here to Kill Everybody

    We are fully back from our August hiatus, and leading off a series of great interviews, I talk with Bruce Schneier about his new book, Click Here to Kill Everybody: Security and Survival in a Hyper-Connected World. Bruce is an internationally renowned technologist, privacy and security commentator, and someone I respect a lot more than I agree with. But his latest book opens new common ground between us, and we both foresee a darker future for a world that has digitally connected things that can kill people without figuring out a way to secure them. Breaking with Silicon Valley consensus, we see security regulation in the Valley’s future, despite all the well-known downsides that regulation will bring. We also find plenty of room for disagreement on topics like encryption policy and attribution.

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  8. Can you do open source full-time? Bryan Liles Jessie Frazelle

    We talk to Jessie Frazelle and Bryan Liles about their experiences and perspectives working on open source. We also feature our third episode of Tales from the Command Line, which is all about going from a really small startup to coding at a huge company.

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  9. Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy: Star Trek economics

    Listen to our complete interview with Manu Saadia in Episode 205 of Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy (above). And check out some highlights from the discussion below.

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  10. Seth Godin: Life, the Internet, and Everything

    “We are flying too low. We built this universe, this technology, these connections, this society, and all we can do with it is make junk? All we can do with it is put on stupid entertainments? I’m not buying it.”

    Seth Godin is wise and infectiously curious about life, the internet, and everything. He was one of the first people to name the “connection economy.” And even as we’re seeing its dark side, he helps us hold on to the highest human potential the digital age still calls us to. His daily blog is indispensable reading for many of us. He’s a long-time mentor to Krista. This interview happened in 2012. Seth now has a new podcast, Akimbo, and a new book coming out, This Is Marketing: You Can’t Be Seen Until You Learn to See.

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