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  1. Steve Jobs: ‘Computer Science Is A Liberal Art’ : NPR

    Everyone should be able to harness technology, Jobs told Fresh Air’s Terry Gross in 1996. In memory of Apple’s co-founder and former CEO, we listen back to excerpts of their conversation. "Our goal was to bring a liberal arts perspective … to what had traditionally been a very geeky technology," he said.


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  2. The ‘Irrational’ Way Humans Interact With Dentists : NPR

    Behavior economist Dan Ariely of Duke University weighs in from time to time on how irrational we humans really are. Today, he talks to NPR’s Robert Siegel about dentistry and how many of us interact with our dentists.



    Tagged with npr science

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  3. Merlin Mann: Productivity Demiurge (or) My Job Isn’t Abusive, I Just Ran Into The Door

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  4. How to be a creative sponge

    A talk by Jon Hicks from the @media 2007 european conference

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  5. 17 Years Of Soulful Drum & Bass

    “Lush melodies, warm synthesizers, intricate beats, double bass and soulful vocals – these are all the things which I want to hear from my drum & bass. To commemorate a new decade, I decided to look back over my listening history, pick out my favourite soulful drum

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  6. Marcus Intalex - Sun & Bass 2010

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  7. Fantastic Mr. Fox

    Read by Roald Dahl.

    Fantastic Mr Fox uses his wits to outfox three dim-witted farmers who tire of sharing their chickens with the crafty creature. Mr Fox’s chicken-thieving ways eventually endanger not only his beloved family, but the whole animal community, who must come together to fight the evil farmers — Boggis, Bunce and Bean.

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  8. Mark Boulton — Designing grid systems | Web Directions

    Slides here: http://www.webdirections.org/resources/mark-boulton-designing-grid-systems/#slides

    Grid sys tems have been used in print design, archi tec ture and inte rior design for gen­er a tions. Now, on the web, the same rules of grid sys tem com po si tion and usage no longer apply. Content is viewed in many ways; from RSS feeds to email. Content is viewed on many devices; from mobile phones to lap tops. Users can manip u late the browser, they can remove con tent, resize the can vas, resize the type faces. A designer is no longer in con trol of this pre sen ta tion. So where do grid sys tems fit in to all that?

    About Mark Boulton Mark Boulton is a graphic designer from the UK. He’s worked in Sydney, London and Manchester as an Art Director for clients such as the BBC, T-Mobile, British Airways, and Toyota. Mark now runs his own design studio, Mark Boulton Design. A stickler for applied typographic and design theory, Mark is an active member of the International Society of Typographic Designers and writes a design journal at markboulton.co.uk.


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  9. 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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  10. Everything you know about web design is wrong

    Just as early filmmakers struggled to break free from the conventions of live theater, after 10 years Web designers are still trapped in the structures of the past. Forget pages, linear text and other archaic vestiges of design’s print ancestry; the separation of content from presentation has already changed everything.

    Dan Willis, Sapient

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