Jason Kottke returns to the show to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Kottke.org.
inevernu / Patrick
There are no people in inevernu’s collective.
Imagination Activism: exploring radically better futures (and SolarPunk) with Phoebe Tickell
Phoebe Tickell is an imagination activist, renegade scientist, systems thinker and social entrepreneur. Originally trained as a biologist (she has a first class degree in Biological Natural Sciences from Cambridge University), she now works across multiple societal contexts applying a complexity and systems thinking lens and has worked in organisational design, advised government, the education sector and the food and farming sector. Until 2021 she was working in philanthropy at The National Lottery Community Fund to implement systems-thinking approaches to funding and and leading insight and learning in the £12.5 million Digital Fund.
Matt Webb — Tools For Togetherness — dConstruct Audio Archive
Matt spoke at the final dConstruct, a special one-off anniversary edition held in 2022. The theme of the day was design transformation.
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Lauren Beukes — Connections — dConstruct Audio Archive
Lauren spoke at the final dConstruct, a special one-off anniversary edition held in 2022. The theme of the day was design transformation.
George Oates — User Generated Histories — dConstruct Audio Archive
George spoke at the final dConstruct, a special one-off anniversary edition held in 2022. The theme of the day was design transformation.
Kunal Shah: Core Human Motivations [The Knowledge Project Ep. #141]
Indian entrepreneur and venture capitalist Kunal Shah calls on his decades of entrepreneurial experience to discuss what he’s learned about what motivates people, and how observing trends have made him a runaway success in business.
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Crafting with Ursula : Kim Stanley Robinson on Ambiguous Utopias - Tin House
Today’s guest, Kim Stanley Robinson, is perhaps the living writer most associated with utopian literature today. And as a student of the philosopher, political theorist, and literary critic Fredric Jameson, Robinson has thought deeply about the history of utopias, the history of the novel, and the strange hybrid form that became the utopian novel. In […]
Shannon Mattern - multispecies worldbuilding lab
An interdisciplinary podcast about climate change, more-than-human worlds, and multispecies relations.
The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 339, With Ken Kocienda
The Talk Show
‘2006: Hard Work’, With Ken Kocienda
Monday, 28 February 2022
Special guest Ken Kocienda, author of Creative Selection, joins the show to talk about his years at Apple and the creation of the original iPhone.
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Up Spell — Ken’s iOS word game.
“Wallaby” iPhone prototype hardware.
Steve Jobs’s quote on the wall outside Town Hall at Infinite Loop: “If you do something and it turns out pretty good, then you should go do something else wonderful, not dwell on for it too long. Just figure out what’s next.”
Kim Scott’s books: Radical Candor and Just Work.
DF’s 15-year anniversary post, with word counts.
Stephen King’s On Writing.
Andy Hertzfeld’s history of the original Mac:
Revolution in the Valley
Humane — The totally secret startup where Ken is now working.
Job openings at Humane.
This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.
Micromobility Will Change Our Cities (with Horace Dediu)
Micromobility analyst Horace Dediu tells us how the new transport tech stack will change cities.
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