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  1. RA Exchange: EX.307 The Hour: Movement, Kristina Records, Godskitchen

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    We continue our new podcast, a blend of documentaries, discussion and interviews.

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    The Hour is a new podcast from Resident Advisor. Each month, we’ll be bringing you an hour of documentaries, discussion, interviews and other things besides. The Hour will run as part of the weekly Exchange, although unlike its sister podcast it won’t have a set format—instead, it’ll be a constantly shifting blend of features that’ll simply reflect what’s exciting us each month.

    For the second episode of The Hour, Max Pearl, RA’s New York-based staff writer, travels to Detroit to meet Jason Huvaere, one of the directors at Movement, on the occasion of the festival’s tenth anniversary.

    Aaron Coultate, RA’s news editor, chews the fat with Jason Spinks at Kristina Records in London.

    RA editor Ryan Keeling discusses a feature on the trance club Godskitchen that he didn’t write.

    And five people from across dance music tell us what they think the biggest challenge facing the industry is.

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    Martha Pazienti Caidan

    Tracklist /Wolf Müller & Cass. - Glade Runner

    Israel Vines - Repose in Dub

    Alpha 606 - 808 Trax (Original)

    Alpha 606 - We Leave Tonight (Erika remix)

    Israel Vines - Gatekeepers

    Israel Vines - Unscathed

    Daze - Death Whirl

    Tommy Vicari Jnr - Sky’s Beginning To Bruise

    Wolf Müller & Cass. - Applepie Dreams

    Wolf Müller & Cass. - Miyazaki

    Binary Finary - 1999

    Tiësto ‎– Lethal Industry

    Push ‎– Universal Nation

    Mr Fingers - Aether

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  2. Jason Fried - reimagining work/life balance

    What if you were paid to sleep more, and your company bought you flowers? Have a listen to Jason reimagining company culture and benefits. Warning: You might quit your job.

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  3. Seth Godin - CreativeMornings Podcast | CreativeMornings

    “Demand responsibility but don’t worry at all about authority."

    Seth Godin, a bestselling author, entrepreneur and marketer, believes that we have a few things backwards when it comes to getting the work we want and positioning ourselves in the direction we want to go. In this CreativeMornings/NewYork talk from May 2013, he reminds us that it is deep within us to let those in ‘authority’ tell us what to do. But, he encourages us to shift the tone from authority to responsibility. Do work on purpose. Make things that matter, even if they’re unpopular. Create work environments that help you succeed, even when that means failing first. And, in his words, go and make something happen.

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    Photo credit: Brian Bloom

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  4. 01: Let’s Start a Band

    Dave Wiskus and Joe Cieplinski tell the story of how they moved to New York City to start Airplane Mode, an independent rock and roll band.

    Karma Ghost — Another November

    “Holding My Breath” on SoundCloud


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  5. Episode 14: Copy Hacking for Conversions w/Joanna Wiebe | Chasing Product

    Joanna Weibe of CopyHackers sets us all straight on what copy hacking (writing conversion copy for the web) is all about, and how it can help your startup.

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  6. How to Write Web Copy That Sells | Ray Edwards

    One of the most important skills to develop is writing persuasive copy that sells products and services. You can start using this formula for writing such copy

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  7. Innovation Beyond the Buzzword

    Jared Spool talks to Scott Berkun about the politics of innovation.

    How many IBM or General Electric television ads do we need to see before we are groaning at the mention of the word “innovation”? How can you bring real innovation into your projects?


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  8. Innovation With Dan McClure by ThoughtWorks | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    Innovation With Dan McClure

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    Dan McClure is the Innovation Design Practice Lead at ThoughtWorks. In this interview, by Johannes Thöenes, Dan discusses definitions of and misconceptions about innovation.

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    Marketing Intercom with Jobs-to-be-Done | Matt Hodges on Jobs-to-be-Done Radio

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    This week Matt Hodges, Intercom’s head of marketing, joins us to talk about integrating Intercom’s marketing efforts around Jobs-to-be-Done.

    Matt talks us through his experience of uncovering the jobs that Intercom is hired to do, and applying the learning to things like SEO, landing page design, and website architecture.

    He takes us into the details of putting together landing pages and product tours that were highly focused on the job (as opposed to a vertical, persona, or customer segment), and gives us some insight into how he uses jobs and personas for different marketing activities.

    Show Notes

    12 Steps to Landing Pages That Convert [Matt Hodges - Inside Intercom]

    Follow Matt on Twitter

    The Inside Intercom Blog

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  10. Responsive Day Out 3: Lyza Gardner

    Lyza Gardner speaking at the third Responsive Day Out in Brighton on June 19th.

    The Responsive Day Out is an affordable, enjoyable gathering of UK designers and developers sharing their workflow strategies, techniques, and experiences with responsive web design.

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