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  1. Longform Podcast #254: Maggie Haberman · Longform

    Maggie Haberman covers the White House for The New York Times. “If I start thinking about it, then I’m not going to be able to just keep doing my job. I’m being as honest as I can — I try not to think about it. If you’re flying a plane and you think

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  2. Gillmor Gang 07.14.17: Net Flakes

    Tech culpa: Apologies for the annoying echo and delay on both GG and G3. The echo is bad on the studio end because of an errant iPad audio we didn’t realize was being mixed in, but when you get to the rest of the discussion it’s less bad. As for the other problems, I tried at one point to shut the show down but Doc said it was OK to just leave it on the wide shot. Good discussions trump bad tech, I guess.

    G3: Culture Club recorded Thursday, July 13, 2017 with Mary Hodder, Elisa Camahort Page, Halley Suitt Tucker, Kristie Wells, and Tina Chase Gillmor.

    @stevegillmor, @dsearls, @kevinmarks, @fradice, DenisPombriant

    Produced and directed by Tina Chase Gillmor @tinagillmor

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  3. Mike Slade Returns! Steve Jobs and Apple in the 2000s | Internet History Podcast

    From Netscape To The iPad

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  4. Naomi Klein on Donald Trump and the new shock politics | Intelligence Squared on acast

    Earlier this week we recorded a special episode of the Intelligence Squared podcast at the Acast studio in east London. We were joined by author and activist Naomi Klein and BBC economics editor Kamal Ahmed as they discussed Klein’s bestselling new book ‘No Is Not Enough’. In this wide-ranging discussion, Klein sets out her view of Trump as the ultimate megabrand. To her, Trump’s presidency is not an aberration – it’s the culmination of recent political trends and amounts to nothing less than a giant corporate takeover of America.

    Will Trump-style politics become the new normal, or – however unstable the world feels right now – can progressives unite to to defeat what Klein calls the new politics of shock and fear?

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  5. How “Red Red Wine” by UB40 became an unlikely hit.

    In this debut episode, Chris Molanphy tells the story of “Red Red Wine,” a song written in the 1960s by a certain journeyman singer-songwriter who love …

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  6. Fits + Starts, #18: Eventually it sucks less (with Merlin Mann)

    Merlin stops by to talk about finding a job that fits you, prototyping your future, and manufacturing care. Then we have a lot of rapid fire questions for him.

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  7. The Computer Museum iPhone Interviews: Just the Scott Forstall part

    Scott Forstall talks to John Markoff: The 40 minute version

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  8. Oral History of Avie Tevanian

    Interviewed by David Brock, Hansen Hsu and John Markoff on 2017-02-21 in Mountain View CA, X8111.2017 © Computer History Museum

    Born of Armenian parents in 1961, into a working class, entrepreneurial family, Avadis "Avie" Tevanian grew up in New England, the oldest of three boys. His dad a machinist, from a young age, Avie and his brothers were into building things, but Avie alone showed a particular aptitude for mathematics.

    Having been introduced to a PDP-8 in high school, Avie enrolled at the University of Rochester after discovering they had a lab of Xerox Altos, on which he wrote several games and contributed to research. Avie continued on to graduate school at Carnegie Mellon University. Working under Professor Rick Rashid, another Rochester graduate, Avie started the Mach microkernel project, which eventually grew to a group of 12 people. Based on concepts from Rashid’s Accent operating system, Mach was to be an improvement on Accent by targeting parallel processors, be highly portable, and be able to run BSD Unix programs.

    Engineers at Steve Jobs’ NeXT Computer decided they wanted to use Mach for NeXT’s operating system after they saw the work presented at a UNIX conference in 1986. Avie later attended a dinner in Palo Alto where Steve first relayed that interest. After finishing his d…

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  9. Inside Apple’s global war on leakers — The Outline World Dispatch

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  10. Systematic 195: Existing as a Curiosity with Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann, podcaster, man about the internet, and devastatingly handsome provocateur, joins Brett to talk about the state of writing on the web, Merlin’s podcasts, and maybe even some politics.

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