Tagged with “culture” (171)

  1. Breaking News Consumer’s Handbook: Migration Edition (At Home) - On The Media - WNYC

    Professor Doug Massey walks us through the myths and misconceptions surrounding immigration in America for Part Two of our Breaking …

    http://www.wnyc.org/story/bnch-migration-doug-massey/

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  2. Alex Langley’s Tech Chat Episode 14 - Has digital technology changed everything or has it changed nothing?

    Lizzie Hodgson, all round digital innovator, and Jeremy Keith, co-founder of Clearleft, join Alex in the studio to work out whether digital technology has changed everything or has it changed nothing.

    http://techchatuk.com/#episodes

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  3. Think Culture Is a Space Opera? Nah, It’s a Trojan Horse | WIRED

    In the latest ‘Geeks’ Guide to the Galaxy’ podcast, Simone Caroti discusses his critical survey of the Culture series by sci-fi author Iain Banks.

    http://www.wired.com/2016/06/geeks-guide-iain-banks/

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  4. Kevin Kelly: How technology evolves | TED Talk | TED.com

    Tech enthusiast Kevin Kelly asks "What does technology want?" and discovers that its movement toward ubiquity and complexity is much like the evolution of life.

    https://www.ted.com/talks/kevin_kelly_on_how_technology_evolves?language=en

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  5. Disruption #2: Peek, Pop and Plop - Relay FM

    Bri disrupts Steve’s kids’ lack of puppies, Mikah has WWDC FOMO and needs professional intervention, Georgia wants a wall made out of Jello, hooves be damned.

    This text was written by Brianna. Have you rated the show?

    HAVE YOU?! GO RATE THE SHOW.

    https://www.relay.fm/disruption/2

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  6. 1999: The Years That Changed The Internet

    To close out our 3 part series, we go back to 1999 and talk to the internet’s greatest monster: the man who invented Microsoft’s Clippy (jk he’s a really nice guy named Kevan Atteberry). We hear from the folks of Open Diary, one of the first social media/blogging sites and talk to Olia Lialina, who has been preserving and archiving Geocities sites. Katie and Ryan force Julia to read some erotic Clippy fanfic, but we need not speak of that.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/iexplorer/1999-the-years-that-changed
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  7. Is This Food Racist?

    How do our assumptions about people affect our assumptions about their food? And how do their assumptions about our food affect how we feel about ourselves? What happens when chefs cook a cuisine they weren’t born into? And what happens when there’s a backlash? Our friend Dan Pashman, host of WNYC Studio’s The Sporkful, has launched a special series of episodes called "Other People’s Food," which aims to explore exactly these questions. Dan talks with Brooke about the project so far. 

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  8. Michael Moss on How the Food Giants Hooked Us - The Leonard Lopate Show - WNYC

    The book Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us reveals how companies create foods to addict us - …

    http://www.wnyc.org/story/273764-michael-moss-how-food-giants-hooked-us/

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  9. Episode 1: Mouth to Ear - There Goes the Neighborhood - WNYC

    Gentrification is something everyone is talking about, but what is it? When a neighborhood changes, how does it happen and why? …

    http://www.wnyc.org/story/mouth-ear-brooklyn-gentrification/

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  10. Down with ‘Foodies’?

    Is being cool a sign of culinary class? In the autumn of 2015 the Cereal Killer café in East London was attacked by protestors. They viewed it as a symbol of rapid gentrification - arguing that the cafe- which serves cereal from around the world- exemplified the rising inequality in the UK’s capital. It led to some basic questions about running a food business. And the tensions between what’s trendy, what’s traditional and what’s affordable when it comes to eating out.

    But a larger discussion, about conspicuous consumerism and the so- called ‘foodie movement’ looms. In this programme from London, Sarah Stolarz explores the intersections of city living, being upwardly mobile and the pursuit of the next best meal. We look at food trends and their irresistible appeal when it comes to social media- although it turns out, no one actually likes to be called a ‘foodie’. Is access to new and varied food becoming more democratic, or are social media sites glossing over the surface of the culinary class wars? And what does that have to do with the price of pineapples?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03b4c8b

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