This week, in the absence of adult supervision, Myke and Federico discuss their new favorite time zone app and consider some recent iOS 13 rumors before Ticci talks about what arrived in his mailbox.
Featuring artist and lecturer of Internet Art at Stanford University, JENNY ODELL who is the author of a new field book for the attention economy "How to Do Nothing" (Melville House, 2019). Odell speaks to NM about disorientation in the current online space, the value of physical context and community, and the practical tactics of refusal. Plus: bioregionalism, Silicon Valley Ayahuasca, the origins of the commodification of time, lucid dreaming — and bird watching.
Jenny Odell, "How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy" (Melville House, 2019) https://www.mhpbooks.com/books/how-to-do-nothing/
Jenny Odell, "A Business With No End" (New York Times, 2018) https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/11/27/style/what-is-inside-this-internet-rabbit-hole.html
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/newmodels/episode-13-je-refuse-odell-busta-keller-lilinternet
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Inside The Newsroom with Daniel Levitt Podcast - #34 — Dave Weigel (Washington Post) | Free Listening on Podbean App
Dave Weigel covers Congress and grass-roots political movements for the Washington Post. He’s the author of The Trailer newsletter, as well as "The Show That Never Ends," a history of progressive rock music.
Derick Varn interviews the hosts (Ryan Cooper & Alexi the Greek) of the Left Anchor podcast about the state of the Left and left media, social democracy, and ideology. What is the difference between democrat socialism and social democracy? How significant is democracy for the left?
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After co-writing and designing Night In The Woods, Scott Benson and Bethany Hockenberry co-founded a new game studio with artist and musician Wren Farren, except this time, no one is the boss. The Glory Society is a worker co-operative, which means that its co-founders have a different workflow and creative process from other indie studios. During GDC 2019, Scott and Bethany stopped by Kotaku Splitscreen to talk about how they still manage to get everything done.
Climate Change Pt. 3: What High School Textbooks Tell Us, with Brett Levy and Casey Meehan | UAlbany News Podcast
For the last installment of a three-part series on climate change, we feature Brett Levy, an assistant professor of educational theory and practice in UAlbany’s School of Education, and Casey Meehan, the sustainability coordinator for Western Technical College in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Levy and Meehan have researched how textbooks frame the issue of climate change, and the extent to which they prepare today’s youth for civic participation.
JS Party #59: Our thoughts and experiences with SSGs featuring Safia, KBall, and Chris | News and podcasts for developers | Changelog
The JS Party crew discuss static site generators, our experiences with them, and what the future might hold for this ever-evolving technology.
Often quoted, but rarely interviewed, Mary Oliver is one of our greatest and most beloved poets. At 79, she honors us with an intimate conversation on the wisdom of the world, the salvation of poetry, and the life behind her writing.
The gang is back with a quick update on Tesla and electric cars, and the sexiest tech news of the year. Next, a discussion on patent law and the FTC’s suit against Qualcomm.
In this first episode of a mini-series on long-form writing on iOS, Fraser and Federico go deep on one of their favourite applications: Ulysses.
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