kari / Kari Silvennoinen

I have a Swedish Vallhund. It’s the best ever.

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  1. Roderick on the Line 0: “Suit of Vomit”

    “Steak, Babies, Hitler, Hearing Loss, and the Best of the Liberal Arts. Pretty much what you’d expect.”

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  2. The Talk Show #57: The Banana Window - 5by5

    The Talk Show #57: The Banana Window - 5by5


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  3. Keynes v Hayek

    Speaker(s): Professor George Selgin, Professor Lord Skidelsky, Duncan Weldon, Dr Jamie Whyte Chair: Paul Mason

    Recorded on 26 July 2011.

    How do we get out of the financial mess we’re in? Two of the great economic thinkers of the 20th century had sharply contrasting views: John Maynard Keynes believed that governments could create sustainable employment and growth. His contemporary and rival Friedrich Hayek believed that investments have to be based on real savings rather than fiscal stimulus or artificially low interest rates. BBC Radio 4 will be recording a debate between modern day followers of Keynes and Hayek.

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  4. The Pipeline #7: Merlin Mann - 5by5

    Merlin Mann is an independent writer, speaker, and broadcaster. He’s the creator of 43 Folders, the co-host of You Look Nice Today, a regular guest on MacBreak Weekly, and the author of an upcoming book entitled Inbox Zero

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  5. The Marketplace of Ideas: “We Have Ham Radios: Merlin Mann on media, fear, and caring about what you make”


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  6. Episode #16: After Back To Work 012

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  7. 5by5 After Dark: After Back to Work 011

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  8. Episode #9: After Back To Work 010

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  9. MPU 046: Workflows with Merlin Mann II « Mac Power Users

    David and Katie sit down again with Merlin Mann. Merlin updates us on his workflows and his latest projects.

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  10. Michael Shermer: The pattern behind self-deception

    Michael Shermer says the human tendency to believe strange things — from alien abductions to dowsing rods — boils down to two of the brain’s most basic, hard-wired survival skills. He explains what they are, and how they get us into trouble.

    Michael Shermer debunks myths, superstitions and urban legends, and explains why we believe them. Along with publishing Skeptic Magazine, he’s author of Why People Believe Weird Things.


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