Osaaminen esiin! -juttusarjan tarkoituksena tuoda psykofyysisen fysioterapian asiantuntijoiden ja kokemusasiantuntijoiden ääni kuuluville. Tarkoituksena on jakaa psykofyysisen fysioterapian osaamista, asiantuntijuutta sekä kokemuksellisia näkökulmia. Sarjan kolmannen osan toteutamme yhteistyössä Palautumiskoulu Pro:n Ulla Ollikkalan kanssa. Ulla on psykofyysinen fysioterapeutti ja kouluttaja, joka on työskennellyt vuodesta 1994 palautumisen teemojen parissa. Toteutamme yhteistyössä viisi haastattelua palautumisen eri teemoista. Lukijoidemme toiveesta…
"It's not about being eight hours in an office. It's about increasing the quality of the hours that you spend." - David "DHH" Heinemeier Hansson David "DHH" Heinemeier Hansson (@dhh) is the creator of Ruby on Rails, founder and CTO at Basecamp (formerly 37signals), and the best-selling co-autho…
Just about anytime we walk out of The Kitchen Sisters office in San Francisco we stop and stare in the windows of City Lights bookstore, soaking in the covers of the new arrivals. Awhile back, we were stopped in our tracks by a book of photographs of Patti Smith – Patti staring down the camera, holding a movie camera herself. It turns out Patti wasn't just the muse of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in the Sixties, she was also muse and model for Judy Linn, an art student and budding photographer in New York.
Paging through Patti Smith 1969-1976, we discovered Judy had that no only photographed Patti, she had made a little super-8 movies too, as the two young women created a world together. The movies were missing, but the soundtracks remained. Lost and found sound, we thought. Got to hear those recordings, got to meet that photographer. And we did. Fugitive Waves, Episode Number 7: Just Girls: The Hidden World of Patti Smith and Judy Linn.
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This week we have David Heinemeier Hansson, Partner at 37signals. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to www.thisweekin.com.
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‘Fully Charged Pencil’, With Special Guest Jason Snell
Saturday, 21 November 2015
Special guest Jason Snell joins the show to talk about iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, how iOS still feels like iPhone OS at a fundamental level, and Don Norman and Bruce Tognazzini’s overwrought “How Apple Is Giving Design a Bad Name” article for Fast Company. Also: the new membership program at Six Colors.
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Jason, writing at Macworld, on the iPad Pro’s keyboard shortcomings.
Don Norman and Bruce Tognazzini, writing at Fast Company: “How Apple Is Giving Design a Bad Name”.
Ferrite Recording Studio: a full-fledged iOS audio editing app.
Dan is joined by Tim Ferriss, who has been described as “A cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk.” by the New York Times. He has been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People”.
Dan Benjamin and Merlin Mann talk about The Big Lebowski, which is just, like, their opinion, man.