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Tagged with “work” (7)

  1. As TV Networks Trot Out Fall Offerings For Critics, 2 NBC Shows Stand Out : NPR

    As cable and streaming services continue to expand programming, the networks face increasing competition for viewers and buzz. Here’s a check-in from the Television Critics Association press tour.

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  2. 5by5 | Mac Power Users #146: Our Gear

    A frequent listener request, Katie and David recap the gear they use day-to-day.

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  3. Episode #68 – How We Sold A Blog For 5 Figures Interview With Chris Ducker

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  4. The Infinite Monkey Cage: Six Degrees of Separation?

    Robin Ince and Brian Cox are joined by Stephen Fry, Simon Singh and Aleks Krotoski to discuss the maths behind 6 degrees of separation and whether there is something special about Kevin Bacon that seems to make him so well connected?

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  5. Deer Hunting With Jesus: Dispatches from America’s Class War - Late Night Live - 14 April 2011

    Joe Bageant grew up in Winchester, Virginia, a place he describes as ‘solidly fundamentalist Christian and neo-conservative, steeped in the gloomy ultra-Protestant assumption that man is an evil, worthless thing from birth and goes downhill from there.’ After 30 years living elsewhere, Joe found himself back in his home town, writing about the poor and working poor folks he grew up with. Joe Bageant died on 26 March 2011. Originally broadcast on 5/11/2007.

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  6. Jason Fried explains why work doesn’t happen at work | Spark | CBC Radio

    For an upcoming episode of Spark, Nora interviewed Jason Fried, the founder of 37signals, a company that builds web-based

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  7. Anthony Bourdain’s Sharp Knives

    Ten years ago, professional chef and sharp-edged raconteur Anthony Bourdain took out his literary boning knife and went to work on the hidden world of the professional kitchen.

    His bestselling “Kitchen Confidential” told wild stories – way out of school – of sex, drugs and scary hygiene in the realm of the tony restaurant and haute cuisine.

    Then Bourdain went big. Book after book, and a big TV show – “Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” — that took his wicked wit and eye all over the world.

    Now he’s looking back. Still tough.

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