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Tagged with “talk” (10)

  1. Ep 14: Reg Mombassa - Talking with Painters

    Reg Mombassa talks with Maria Stoljar about his life and art.

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  2. Judith Donath on Signaling, Design, and the Social Machine

    Judith Donath, author of The Social Machine, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the ideas in her book—an examination of signaling, online identity, and online community. Donath argues that design elements in technology play a key role in our interactions with one another. The conversation closes with a discussion of data collection by corporations and the government.

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  3. Virtual Memories Show: Roz Chast – Parental Guidance

    “My mother didn’t read books about child-rearing. She was an educator, so it was sort of surprising. Maybe she felt she knew it all. And she did … as an assistant principal. But being an assistant principal is not the same as being a parent. It’s really, REALLY different. They almost have nothing in common.”

    We also talk about her history in cartooning, why drawing chops aren’t the be-all and end-all, what makes her laugh, the best advice she ever got (from Sam Gross), and her love of Disco, the talking parakeet. Bonus: We bond over our neuroses and I talk a lot! Maybe that’s more like a minus than a bonus. Whatever.

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  4. Junk Music: redundant technology and detourned devices as instruments

    Thursday 3 October 2013, 7:30pm at West Space.

    Featuring: Ernie Althoff, Joanne Cannon, Rod Cooper, Bent Leather Band. Moderated by Clinton Green.

    Three of Australia’s most respected experimental instrument makers discuss the ideas, techniques and inspirations behind their use of recycled materials and redundant technologies to create new instruments and sonic situations. From gutted laser printers to gramophones and cooking pots, the discussion promises to be a veritable trash’n’treasure of musical innovation.

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  5. The Mix Tape: Art and Artifact : NPR

    Before the iPod and the random playlist of the MP3, there was the original: the mix tape. Thurston Moore, of art-rock band Sonic Youth, discusses a new book he edited that explores the art and magic of making personal musical mixes.

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  6. ShopTalk 034: With Jeremy Keith

    This week we were joined by Jeremy Keith, long time super genius. Jeremy works at Clearleft in what he dubs the Research & Development arm. He built Huffduffer, wrote HTML5 for Web Designers (amongst other books), and is an all around swell chap from Brighton, UK.

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  7. Weekend America: Faux Bono

    Faux Bono : This weekend promises a groovy pre-inaugural concert. Crossing the stage in front of the Lincoln Memorial will be performers including Beyonce, Garth Brooks, Herbie Hancock, and, yes, Bono. But not the not-Bono. Did you know Bono has a doppelganger? He can be found not at the Lincoln Memorial, but in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago.

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  8. What has Steve Jobs left behind? | Marketplace From American Public Media

    Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of Apple Computer, has died at age 56. In talking about Jobs, there’s a tendency people have to talk about their own lives through the technologies that Jobs developed. That’s what we’ll explore today.

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  9. Tom Kaczynski | The Comics Journal

    Publisher and cartoonist Tom Kaczynski is the guest in the TCJ Talkie Hutt this week.

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  10. Lisa Hanawalt | The Comics Journal

    Lisa Hanawalt, creator of I Want You, talks about comics, performance, and drawing at parties.

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