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Translator (en-es) living in Salobreña (Granada), Spain.

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  1. Emilia Pardo Bazán, mujer eminente e inevitable

    24 horas - En algún lugar del tiempo | Emilia Pardo Bazán, mujer eminente e inevitable. 24 horas online, completo y gratis en A la Carta. Todos los informativos online de 24 horas en RTVE.es A la Carta

    http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/24-horas/emilia-pardo-bazan-mujer-eminente-inevitable/5286878/

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  2. Futuro Abierto - Democracia española - 16/06/19 - RTVE.es

    Futuro Abierto - Democracia española - 16/06/19. Futuro abierto online, completo y gratis en RTVE.es A la Carta. Todos los programas de Futuro abierto online en RTVE.es A la Carta

    http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/futuro-abierto/futuro-abierto-democracia-espanola-16-06-19/5280326/

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  3. John Coltrane. Interview with August Blume June 15, 1958 Courtesy of the Slought Foundation

    Interview with Michiel de Ruyter, Part 1November 19, 1961Courtesy of the Dutch jazz archives

    https://www.johncoltrane.com/interviews

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  4. Christophe Guilluy : “La classe moyenne n’existe plus”

    Nous recevons Christophe Guilluy, pour "No Society. La fin de la classe moyenne occidentale" (Flammarion). Le géographe décrit une France oubliée, la "France périphérique", victime de la fracture sociale et territoriale qui l’oppose aux élites métropolitaines, et qui se tourne vers le po[…]

    https://www.franceculture.fr/emissions/la-grande-table-2eme-partie/quest-devenue-la-classe-moyenne

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  5. David D. Clark: “Designing an Internet” | Talks at Google

    Why the Internet was designed to be the way it is, and how it could be different, now and in the future.

    How do you design an internet? The architecture of the current Internet is the product of basic design decisions made early in its history. What would an internet look like if it were designed, today, from the ground up? In this book, MIT computer scientist David Clark explains how the Internet is actually put together, what requirements it was designed to meet, and why different design decisions would create different internets. He does not take today’s Internet as a given but tries to learn from it, and from alternative proposals for what an internet might be, in order to draw some general conclusions about network architecture.

    Get the book here: https://goo.gl/7TQBmN

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  6. Efecto Doppler - El enemigo conoce el sistema - 12/06/19 - RTVE.es

    Efecto Doppler - El enemigo conoce el sistema - 12/06/19. Efecto Doppler online, completo y gratis en RTVE.es A la Carta. Todos los programas de Efecto Doppler online en RTVE.es A la Carta

    http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/efecto-doppler/efecto-doppler-enemigo-conoce-sistema-12-06-19/5276855/

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  7. Pablo de Lora: “Sexo, género y Estado liberal”

    Pablo de Lora, Universidad Atónoma de Madrid. Seminario impartido el 14 de diciembre de 2018 en la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Girona, dentro del programa de seminarios del grupo de investigación de Filosofia del Derecho.

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  8. #67: The Good Society Hidden In Our Genes — Nicholas Christakis – Joseph Noel Walker

    Nicholas Christakis is the Sterling Professor of Social and Natural Science at Yale, where he directs the Human Nature Lab. He is the author of Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society.

    In this charming episode, Nicholas is here to tell us not only that the bright side of human nature has been denied the attention it deserves, but that our proclivities to cooperation, friendship and love are as evolutionarily ingrained as our instincts for eating food or breathing air.

    Show notes

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    Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society, by Nicholas Christakis

    Topics discussed

    The story of when Nicholas’s own mother appeared to set a crowd against her two sons. [5:14]

    Does Nicholas believe human groupishness was shaped by group selection as well as individual-level selection? [11:04]

    What is the core thesis of Nicholas’s new book Blueprint? [16:46]

    What is the Forbidden Experiment? [22:53]

    What is humanity’s societal blueprint — what kind of society would a hypothetical group of babies abandoned on an island grow up to establish? [31:35]

    Why did humans evolve the capacity to love their mates? [35:57]

    Why do humans not only imitate but over-imitate each other? [37:40]

    What is gene-culture coevolution and how does it work? [46:50]

    How might humans be evolving at present? [53:24]

    Will we ever be able to uncover fundamental social laws with the same precision as we can physical laws? [56:02]

    What can progressives learn from Nicholas’s research? [57:45]

    http://josephnoelwalker.com/67-the-good-society-hidden-in-our-genes-nicholas-christakis/

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  9. Bioestadística y rendimiento deportivo e historias de buceadores extremos | La Mecánica del Caracol

    Audio: La estadística mejora aspectos de la salud de los deportistas. El mal del buceador y animales y humanos adaptados para limitar los riesgos que implica.

    https://www.eitb.eus/es/radio/radio-euskadi/programas/la-mecanica-del-caracol/audios/detalle/6456300/audio-bioestadistica-rendimiento-deportivo-historias-buceadores-extremos/

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  10. ¿Por qué me vigilan, si no soy nadie? | Marta Peirano | TEDxMadrid

    Sabemos que estamos vigilados, a través de nuestros móviles, ordenadores y cámaras. Pero no hacemos nada malo y por eso nos sentimos a salvo. Marta Peirano avisa en esta charla que es urgente preocuparse y proteger nuestro anonimato en la red. Video realizado por Daniel Goldmann y editado por Xavi Fortino.

    Marta Peirano escribe sobre cultura, ciencia y/o tecnología. Es jefa de Cultura en eldiario.es, antes lo fue de ADN.es. Fue la editora del blog La Petite Claudine y fundadora de Elástico, un colectivo multidisciplinar con el que co-dirigió COPYFIGHT, un festival internacional sobre modelos alternativos de Propiedad Intelectual. Fundadora de HackHackers Berlin y Cryptoparty Berlin, también es responsable de su manual, The Cryptoparty Handbook. Ha publicado libros sobre autómatas (El Rival de Prometeo. Vidas de autómatas ilustres); modelos colaborativos (Collaborative Futures); sistemas de notación (On Turtles & Dragons) y futurismo tecnológico (Futurish: Thinking Out Loud About Futures). Su último libro es El Pequeño Libro Rojo del activista en Red, una introducción a la criptografía para periodistas, fuentes y medios de comunicación. Es el único libro del mundo prologado por Edward Snowden.

    This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a l…

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