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  1. David Allen - Bigwig NationBigwig Nation

    In this edition of BWN, I speak with Getting Things Done author, David Allen. He shares the methodology behind his GTD system and we discuss why it is so damn effective.

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  2. MaxFunCon: Merlin Mann on Doing Creative Work; The Sound of Young America | Maximum Fun

    He doesn’t fully grasp what the seduction community is about, but there is truth in what he says.

    For example, the Mystery Method fully deserves to be crapped upon and one can empathize with Merlin even if one doesn’t agree with him wholesale.

    He’s an insightful guy, if you cut him some slack on this topic.

    The "community" can handle it, really.

    And let’s be honest: most guys in the "community" are bumbling fools who don’t understand the first thing about real self-improvement—even if there are exceptions.

    Anyway, Merlin’s thesis remains valid.

    It doesn’t require tearing down others; he just chose to dismantle his own (somewhat true) concept of the "community" to illustrate what to do better.

    That’s what we should all be focusing on anyway: how can I do better?

    How can you?

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  3. Random Trek | “Death Wish” (VOY) with Merlin Mann (Episode 55)

    Merlin Mann, writer, podcaster, Internet nuisance, joins Scott to discuss

    Death Wish ( VOY S2E18). This episode proves that the only thing better than one Q is double the Q. Scott and Merlin also discuss timescales when you’re immortal, and if this episode is a good choice for watching with your young daughter.

    Next on Random Trek: TNG’s Lessons.

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  4. Digital librarian and Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle on Radio New Zealand

    Brewster Kahle is an American computer engineer, Internet entrepreneur, internet activist, advocate of universal access to all knowledge, and digital librarian. He is the founder of the Internet Archive, a non-profit digital library that provides free public access to collections of digitised materials, including websites, music, moving images, and nearly three million public-domain books.

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  5. The Most Frustrating And Painful Phone Call We’ve Ever Heard (Except Maybe That AOL One) - Digg

    Remember how we wrote that article about how audio rarely goes viral? Well Ryan Block’s 8-minute phone call trying to cancel service from Comcast is going to be one of those exceptions.

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  6. The Shallows

    What is the internet doing to our brains

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  7. An Open Internet: The Last, Best Hope for Independent Producers

    Al Franken Senator US Senate Senator Al Franken was born on May 21, 1951, and grew up in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. He graduated from Harvard in 1973, where he met his wife Franni. They’ve been married for 33 years, and have two children: daughter Thomasin, 28, and son Joe, 24. Al spent the last 37 years as a comedy writer, author, and radio talk show host and has taken part in seven USO tours, visiting our troops overseas in Germany, Bosnia, Kosovo and Uzbekistan - as well as visiting Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait four times. In 2008, Al was elected to the Senate as a member of the DFL (Democratic-Farmer-Labor) Party from Minnesota, and was sworn in July of 2009 following a statewide hand recount. He currently sits on the Health, Education, Labor, and Pension Committee; the Judiciary Committee; the Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and the Committee on Indian Affairs. Al is a long-time advocate for affordable, accessible health care, an economy that works for our middle class, the protection of a secure retirement, the promise of a 21st century education for our kids, and the creation of a green economy that creates jobs and improves our environment.

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  8. The Spendiferous Story of Archive Team

    Jason Scott’s talk at the Personal Digital Conference, 2011.

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  9. Science Friday, 1993: The Future of the Internet

    In another holiday trip in the wayback machine, we bring you a 1993 discussion of some newfangled thing called the "Internet." That broadcast streamed live online, an unusual technology at the time. Carl Malamudand and Brewster Kahle joined the discussion.

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  10. Personal aesthetics and internet culture: Put This On creators Jesse Thorn and Adam Lisagor

    Colin Marshall talks to Jesse Thorn and Adam Lisagor, creators of the new men’s style web series and blog Put This On, which explore all facets of the art of “dressing like a grown-up.” Thorn is also the host of Public Radio International’s The Sound of Young America as well as the comedy podcast Jordan Jesse Go; Lisagor is also a co-host and producer of the comedy podcast You Look Nice Today.

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