The Value of Ruins — dConstruct Audio Archive

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  1. Can You Change Your Future?

    Our lives are built from a narrative, a story. Regardless of our background, religion or culture, the narrative that has been formed in us has come from many different sources. It builds pictures and images in our life that controls and influences every aspect of our lives. This series will ask you two major questions that will allow God to change the narrative and thus Change Your Future!

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  2. Publishing Talks: David Wilk interviews Tim O’Reilly

    http://www.writerscast.com/publishing-talks-david-wilk-interviews-tim-oreilly/ In this series of interviews, called Publishing Talks, I am talking to book industry professionals who have varying perspectives and thoughts about the future of publishing, books, and culture. This is a period of disruption and change for all media businesses. Publishing has been a crucial part of human culture for as long as people have been writing and reading. How will publishing evolve as our culture is affected by technology, climate change, population density, and the ebb and flow of civilization and its economics? Publishing Talks interviews help us understand the outlines of what is happening, and how we might ourselves interact with and influence the future of publishing as it unfolds. Publishing Talks interviews give people in the book business a chance to talk about ideas and concerns in a public forum that are often only talked about “around the water cooler,” at industry conventions and events, and in emails between friends. I hope that Publishing Talks interviews will give people inside and outside the book industry a chance to hear about some of the thoughts, ideas and concepts that are currently being discussed by engaged individuals within the industry. It was very exciting for me to have a chance to interview Tim O’Reilly, widely considered to be one of the smartest and most innovative publishers around.

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  3. Hypertext as an Agent of Change — dConstruct Audio Archive

    Thomas Pynchon. The Anthropocene. Ferguson. Geoheliocentrism. Teju Cole. Thomas Kuhn’s theory of paradigms. Antigone. A wall. The sixth extinction.

    https://archive.dconstruct.org/2014/hypertext

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  4. SPQ 053: Virtual Assistants: How is Outsourcing Used in a Self-Publishing Business? | Self Publishing Questions

    Kindle Publishing Tips | Self Publishing | Amazon Publishing | Authority Marketing

    http://www.selfpublishingquestions.com/virtual-assistants/

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  5. AoC Toolbox | Narrative Building

    The monomyth, or the hero’s journey as identified by mythologist Joseph Campbell, is a pattern that shows up in stories around the world and across cultures — from The Odyssey to Star Wars. We all have a story — a narrative — that informs who we’ve been, who we are, and who we’ll be. But are we making sure we’re in control of how we process this narrative? Are you on a hero’s journey or a fool’s errand? It all depends on who’s authoring your narrative. Shouldn’t it be you? Following the narrative building exercises discussed in this toolbox episode is a good place to start. Lessons learned by the narratives of others don’t necessarily enrich our own narrative — the details that propelled your grandfather’s story may not have a place in your own. It’s important to have a grasp on how we relate to our own narrative; when we’re confused as to who we are, what we want, or what we’re doing, it’s difficult for us to communicate effectively and build rapport with other people.

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  6. Scroobius Pip and Kate Pullinger on self-publishing – books podcast | Books | theguardian.com

    As writers of all kinds turn to publishing themselves in increasing numbers, we talk to Kate Pullinger, Tom Chalmers and the inimitable Scroobius Pip about the pleasures and perils of going it alone

    http://www.theguardian.com/books/audio/2014/jul/11/scroobius-pip-kate-pullinger-self-publishing-podcast

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  7. Manga, Anime and Japanese Culture in America : NPR

    Japanese comics, called manga, take up more and more space on American bookshelves, and they’ve infused new life into the publishing industry. Neal Conan and guests discuss the growing influence of Japanese culture in America.

    https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4472410

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  8. Self Publishing Podcast 116 – What We’d Do If We Were Just Starting Out | Self Publishing Podcast

    This week we focused on what a new author can do to build a booming indie publishing business. So many of our listeners are just starting out, and they’re e

    https://selfpublishingpodcast.com/self-publishing-podcast-116-what-wed-do-if-we-were-just-starting-out/

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  9. Bullseye with Jesse Thorn: Andrew Noz, Pop Culture Advice, Lawrence Weschler and Chris Gethard

    Writer Lawrence Weschler: Jesse talks with a master of creative nonfiction, Lawrence Weschler, about the dangers of humans’ bias toward narrative, and why the CGI faces in movies never look quite right. Weschler’s newest book is Uncanny Valley: Adventures in the Narrative. (Embed or share)

    http://maximumfun.org/bullseye/bullseye-jesse-thorn-andrew-noz-pop-culture-advice-lawrence-weschler-and-chris-gethard

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  10. Why Traditional Publishing Is Really In A ‘Golden Age’ : NPR

    There’s a lot of talk going around about the end of big publishing as we know it, but soon-to-be Hachette Book Group CEO Michael Pietsch says he and his kind still have a lot to offer — especially in the age of self-publishing.

    http://www.npr.org/2013/02/05/171164095/why-traditional-publishing-is-really-in-a-golden-age

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