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  1. The Changelog #240: Feedbin and RSS Resurgence with Ben Ubois | Changelog

    Ben Ubois, the creator of Feedbin (a simple, good-looking online RSS reader) joined the show to talk about the indie web and developers, how RSS usage has changed over the years – particularly since Google Reader shutdown. We also talked about RSS vs the social web that we’re in now and the idea of an RSS resurgence and taking back control over the content we choose to subscribe to.

    https://changelog.com/podcast/240

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  2. Gillmor Gang 06.16.17: Abstraction of Justice

    The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Denis Pombriant, Keith Teare, Frank Radice, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, June 16, 2017. The Gang finally talks coins and chains, and too much of nothing is revealed.

    Plus G3: Wholistic recorded Thursday, May 11, 2017 with Mary Hodder, Elisa Camahort Page, Halley Suitt Tucker, Kristie Wells, and Tina Chase Gillmor.

    @stevegillmor, @dsearls, @kteare, @fradice, @DenisPombriant

    Produced and directed by Tina Chase Gillmor @tinagillmor

    https://techcrunch.com/2017/06/17/gillmor-gang-abstraction-of-justice/

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  3. The Dalrymple Report: With guests John Gruber, Matt Drance, and lots of Heineken

    What do you get when you put John Gruber, Matt Drance, and Jim Dalrymple in a room together with 24 Heineken? A podcast! Sponsor: Backblaze: Unlimited Online…

    http://www.loopinsight.com/2017/06/13/the-dalrymple-report-with-guests-john-gruber-matt-drance-and-lots-of-heineken/

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  4. MacBreak Weekly 563 Dongle Fever

    Jason Snell fills in for the vacationing Leo Laporte to discuss what we’ve learned since WWDC a week ago. We get first impressions of HomePod and a review of the new iPad Pro. iOS …

    https://twit.tv/shows/macbreak-weekly/episodes/563?autostart=false

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  5. Gillmor Gang 06.09.17: Emotional Healing

    The Gillmor Gang — Keith Teare, Doc Searls, Denis Pombriant, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, June 9, 2017. Enterprise Gang’s Denis Pombriant joins the Keith Gang for a vigorous rubdown of fake views and Comey’s smackdown of the Obstructor in Chief. Doc offers a biting indictment of tracking and kudos to Apple for its Safari fix for adtech fatigue. Is Google listening?

    @stevegillmor, @dsearls, @DenisPombriant, @kteare

    Produced and directed by Tina Chase Gillmor @tinagillmor

    https://techcrunch.com/2017/06/10/gillmor-gang-emotional-healing/

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  6. The Run Loop Episode 7: Marco Arment and Gus Mueller at WWDC

    Collin is joined by Marco Arment and Gus Mueller during WWDC to talk about conferences past and present.

    https://fireside.fm/s/9DlzJW7Y+dtUGzPJV

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  7. Presentable #25: The Tenuous Resilience of the Open Web - Relay FM

    Author and designer Jeremy Keith talks about his new book, Resilient Web Design, and why we keep making the same mistakes over and over.

    https://www.relay.fm/presentable/25

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  8. Cory Doctorow and John Scalzi: “Walkaway & the Collapsing Empire” | Talks at Google

    Cory Doctorow and John Scalzi stop by the Googleplex to discuss their most recent books, and each other.

    Cory Doctorow’s "Walkaway" Fascinating, moving, and darkly humorous, Walkaway is a multi-generation SF thriller about the wrenching changes of the next hundred years…and the very human people who will live their consequences.

    John Scalzi’s "The Collapsing Empire" Our universe is ruled by physics. Faster than light travel is impossible—until the discovery of The Flow, an extradimensional field available at certain points in space-time, which can take us to other planets around other stars.

    Riding The Flow, humanity spreads to innumerable other worlds. Earth is forgotten. A new empire arises, the Interdependency, based on the doctrine that no one human outpost can survive without the others. It’s a hedge against interstellar war—and, for the empire’s rulers, a system of control.

    The Flow is eternal—but it’s not static. Just as a river changes course, The Flow changes as well. In rare cases, entire worlds have been cut off from the rest of humanity. When it’s discovered that the entire Flow is moving, possibly separating all human worlds from one another forever, three individuals—a scientist, a starship captain, and the emperox of the Interdependency—must race against time to discover wha…

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  9. The Digital Human: Haunted

    Aleks Krotoski asks if we are haunted by our technology, or are we haunting it?

    So much of our experience of technology can feel a bit like being haunted. It starts like any good ghost story with the just mildly unsettling; things aren’t were you left them or seem to have moved on their own within our devices. Its a creepy feeling that leaves you unsure about what to believe. Our understanding of how much of technology works is so limited that when it starts to behave out of the ordinary we have no explanation. This is when we start to make very peculiar judgement’s; "why did you do that" we plead, as if some hidden force was at work.

    For some these feelings of being haunted by our technology can develop into full blown apparitions; keen gamers frequently experience Game transfer Phenomena where they literally see images of their game play in the real world, an involuntary augmented reality. While the hallucinations aren’t necessarily distressing in themselves the experiences can leave individuals questioning their sanity.

    The coming internet of things will bring problems of its own; smart locks that mysteriously open by themselves for example as if under the influence of some poltergeist. Aleks herself has had the experience of digital ‘gas lighting’ (a term drawn from an Ingrid Bergman movie of a woman being driven mad by husband) when her partner logged on to their home automation system remotely and started to mess with the lights while Aleks was home alone. As one commentator puts it in a reworking of the old Arthur C. Clarke quote "any sufficiently advanced hacking is indistinguishable from haunting."

    And as our devices and appliances increasingly start talking to each other bypassing us altogether who’s to say we, like Nicole Kidman’s character in The Others, haven’t become the ghost in the machine.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b080t0p9

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  10. Andreessen

    Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Marc Andreessen, co-founder and general partner of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. He serves on the boards of the following Andreessen Horowitz portfolio companies: Anki, Honor, Lytro, Mori, OpenGov, Samsara and TinyCo. He is also on the boards of Facebook, Hewlett-Packard and MODE Media. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/audio/2017-05-19/interview-with-marc-andreessen-masters-in-business-audio

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