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  1. Interview – Ada Palmer (Too Like The Lightning) – The Methods of Rationality Podcast

    Interview with Ada Palmer, author of Too Like The Lightning

    Mentioned by Ada:

    * Jacques the Fatalist, by Denis Diderot

    • Candide, by Voltaire

    • the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund


    Mentioned by me:

    * Consent of the Surveilled, at RibbonFarm

    • the /r/rational recommendation, Ozy’s review, my review

    The second volume in the series, coming soon, is Seven Surrenders Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSS

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  2. Laura Fitton about Twitter and Seesmic

    Laura Fitton tells us why she loves Twitter and how it helped her get connected to the social software scene. It’s one of her main connections to the world. We also talk about Seesmic (see my blog post).

    Recorded: December 24, 2007

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  3. YANSS 121 – Progress (rebroadcast) – You Are Not So Smart

    This episode of the You Are Not So Smart podcast is about progress, how we invented it as an idea and then went about pursuing it on-purpose. Our guest is University of Chicago historian Ada Palmer. I wanted to talk to Ada because she wrote this brilliant, fun, illuminating essay earlier this year titled On Progress…

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  4. TummelVision 66: Eli Pariser on The Filter Bubble | Tummelvision

    Episode Notes

    Eli Pariser is an online organizer and disorganizer, the former Executive Director of MoveOn (and now the board president), a co-founder of, and the author of

    The Filter Bubble.

    This week on TummelVision, Eli joins Heather Gold, Kevin Marks, and Deb Schultz to talk about his book, the governance of the Internet, and online culture.

    News and Notes:

    Watch Eli Pariser’s TED talk about the Filter Bubble

    Kevin Marks: “Call off the Search“

    David Foster Wallace, “E Unibus Pluram: Television and U.S. Fiction“

    Louis Gray’s blog post: “Why The Filter Bubble Is No Bubble and It’s Not Bad Either“

    Kevin Marks: “There are no influencers. There are only ways of looking at people as influencers.”

    October 20 in New York: Contact Summit 2011: The Evolution Will Be Social

    Mathew Ingram at GigaOm: “Do We Have Too Many Filters, Or Not Enough?“

    As you listen, you can replay the fascinating conversation from our live chat room here at CoveritLive.

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  5. The Art of Asking Everything

    Amanda Palmer presents an intimate conversation with Lenny Henry, recorded December 17, 2019 in London. Lenny Henry is one of the most successful British stand-up comedians of all time.  In 1975, at just 17, his career took off when he was a repeat winner on the weekly TV talent show, "New Faces.” He went on to host his own sketch comedy program, "The Lenny Henry Show," starting in 1984. Later, Lenny stared in the 90’s BBC sitcom, “Chef!" Lenny is a founder, front-man and a creative force behind the charity Comic Relief. In this episode we talk about the paradoxes of celebrity and social media, how the internet is a buffet, starting a career in entertainment in Working Mans’ Clubs, using humor as armor against racism, the history of minstrelsy in the UK, making your work the structure of your life, giving your loved ones fair warning when you publish a memoir, the beautiful meld of words and images in comic books, the power of masks and fiction and why giving advice to younger artists is so important.  @LennyHenry This podcast is 100% fan supported. There are no corporate sponsors or restrictions on speech. No ads.No sponsors.No censorship.We are the media. Exclusive content is available to Patrons only. Go to Patreon.Become a member. Get extra stuff. Join the community at


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