Tagged with “interviews” (12)

  1. Avoiding boring content, with Ann Handley


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  2. Management Excellence Book Series: Six Disciplines Execution Revolution with Gary Harpst | Management Excellence

    Management Excellence Book Series Podcast: Six Disciplines Execution Revolution with Gary Harpst


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  3. Mixergy: Fred Wilson Interview


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  4. Mixergy: Joel Spolsky on Why Stack Exchange Didn’t Work


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  5. Maponics, GeoData Provider to Twitter


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  6. Dennis Crowley of Foursquare Interviewed by Ewan Spence at SXSW 2010

    From http://www.ewanspence.com/blog/2010/03/20/the-sxsw-baby-podcasts/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ewanspence+%28The+All+New+Ewan%27s+Musings%29

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  7. Data, Data Everywhere

    Interview with the author of the recent Economist special report on Big Data.

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  8. Full Interview: John Gruber on Apple’s iPad announcement | Spark | CBC Radio

    When it comes to Apple-watchers, they don’t get much more thoughtful or insightful than John Gruber of Daring Fireball.

    So when Apple unveiled its long-awaited iPad device today, we knew who to call.

    A shorter version of Nora’s interview with John will air on Spark 101, but you can hear the full, uncut interview below, or download the MP3. [runs 15:43]

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  9. Talking with Jim Hendler and Li Ding about Data.gov

    From http://cloudofdata.com/2009/08/talking-with-jim-hendler-and-li-ding-about-data-gov/

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  10. Clay Shirky | Spark | CBC Radio

    Have you ever played around with a gadget or application, only to discover it’s absolutely perfect for something different from its original design? This kind of inventiveness, or playfulness, happens all the time in our digital environment, but it signals a major shift in the relationship between the inventor or designer and the user.

    Nora interviewed Clay Shirky about just that earlier this week. Clay is a big thinker on internet and culture, and he has a lot to say about how users shape the tools they use and how designers should respond to this new “interaction loop.”

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