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  1. Analog(ue) #100: Plucky Feelings Show - Relay FM

    To celebrate reaching 100 episodes, Myke came up with a game.

    https://www.relay.fm/analogue/100

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  2. CppChat[11]: Mechanical Sympathy (Jason and Matt) [2017-02-18]

    Original video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Fpm8XeR8K3Q
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Sun, 19 Feb 2017 17:38:57 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  3. The Incomparable | Give the Robots Some Time (Episode 340)

    340

    Give the Robots Some Time

    Our walk through the films of animation master Hayao Miyazaki continues with 1986’s “Castle in the Sky.” From floating princesses to angry pink pirates to exciting train chases, this film—set in a sort of steampunk Wales—has it all. Oh, and did we mention the airships? It wouldn’t be a Miyazaki movie without flying things and lots of clouds.

    February 18, 2017

    1 hour, 32 minutes

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    with Steve Lutz, Erika Ensign, John Siracusa, Aleen Simms and Merlin Mann

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    Give the Robots Some Time

    Our walk through the films of animation master Hayao Miyazaki continues with 1986’s "Castle in the Sky." From floating princesses to angry pink pirates to exciting train chases, this film—set in a sort of steampunk Wales—has it all. Oh, and did we mention the airships? It wouldn’t be a Miyazaki movie without flying things and lots of clouds.

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/340/

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  4. Einblicke in die US-amerikanische Podcastszene – Viertausendhertz | Das Podcastlabel

    Christian Conradi spricht mit der deutsch-amerikanischen Produzentin, Reporterin und Journalistin Luisa Beck über Podcasts made in USA.

    http://viertausendhertz.de/frq14/

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  5. Jumping into C++ - CppCast

    CppCast is the only podcast for C++ developers by C++ developers.

    http://cppcast.com/2017/02/alex-allain/

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  6. B-Sides #27: Top Two: Computing Platforms - Relay FM

    Marco Arment and Myke Hurley try to debate what the future of computing may be.

    https://www.relay.fm/b-sides/27

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  7. Fundamentally Broken

    A monthly-ish discussion where Seth and Tim use evolving methodologies — often with the Apple ecosystem — to balance the ever-changing demands of work and family life. A potentially futile effort. It’s a sickness. Or a cure. Or something…

    http://podcast.fundamentallybroken.men/

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  8. 98: I Have Good Branch Hygiene | The Bike Shed

    We discuss complexity and progressive disclosure, garbage collection, and the impenetrable nature of Git.

    http://bikeshed.fm/98

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  9. The Future of Active Backpacks- AOTK172 | Art of the Kickstart

    For this episode of Art of the Kickstart, we spoke with Stefan Clauss, creator of the Heimplanet Motion Series Active Backpacks. Tune in to learn more abou

    http://artofthekickstart.com/future-active-backpacks-aotk172/?ref=producthunt

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  10. It’s a Monkey Podcast - Episode 79 - Tech News and Interviews - Hosted by Team ManageFlitter

    Episode 79: Interview with David Heinemeier Hansson; News: WhatsApp testing letting users recall and edit sent messages. Thinnest-ever temporary tattoo like health sensor developed

    that is capable of health monitoring with similar precision provided by much bulkier equipment. Researchers also create low-cost wearable wireless hydration sensor that can detect dehydration before it poses a problem.

    https://itsamonkey.com/podcasts/episode79-david-heinemeier-hansson

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