The acoustic ecologist on collecting sounds around the world and why silence is an endangered species on the verge of extinction.
John Siracusa returns to Pragmatic to discuss everything Zelda related, with a focus on Breath of the Wild and how so many established Zelda gameplay rules were thrown out the window with resounding success.
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No matter what kind of business you’re thinking of starting, you have got to solve a REAL problem with a REAL solution.
We tear apart this idea in depth with Dan and Tom from [Studio Neat], makers of fine, modern physical products.
They’ve just launched a brand new (and very unique) [notebook on Kickstarter], and it hit it’s goal in just a few hours.
So, naturally, we wanted to ask them about what they’ve learned about business in their several years creating successful products from scratch.
Here’s three pieces of advice from them good for all of us, no matter the kind of business we’re running:
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The Affordable Care Act has polled poorly for years — but Republicans’ health bill is polling even worse.
What does it mean for the GOP to have such an unpopular bill, and how can progressives take advantage of it? On this PULSE CHECK, you’ll hear from two experts in political messaging and strategy.
First, Jon Favreau, who was the chief speechwriter for President Obama and is a cofounder of Crooked Media, a new liberal political media network, sits down with POLITICO’s Dan Diamond to talk about setting Affordable Care Act strategy, Republicans’ struggles to craft a health bill of their own, and how his views on media have changed since starting a media company. (Starts at the 1:50 mark.)
Then after the break, Rick Wilson, a Republican strategist who helped attack the Affordable Care Act, explains why Obamacare’s pre-existing conditions protections are the “nuclear bomb” against critics of the law, why he’s no fan of Republicans’ current health care strategy, and how the GOP is risking the party’s political future by pushing a bad bill. (Starts at the 38:50 mark.)
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