martinpolley / Martin Polley

Interaction designer masquerading as a technical writer. Dad. Husband. Etc. Brit in Israel. Johnny TV dude:

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  1. Chronotypes

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  2. CBC Spark - Against the Smart City - Adam Greenfield


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  3. The Digital Life: @emenel

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  4. 5by5 | Systematic #65: Mimicking Normalcy with Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann joins Brett to talk about caffeine replacements, feeling normal and mature approaches to nerding out.

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  5. Design Thinking, from Peter Day’s In Business (Radio 4)

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  6. Decisive: How to Make Better Decisions in Life and Work

    Need helping making a tough decision? Use this new framework by Chip Heath and Dan Heath. To get the details, listen to this FREE podcast.

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  7. The Digital Life: Interaction13 Redux with Suzanne EL-Moursi and Alok Nandi

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  8. The Best Interface is No Interface with Golden Krishna | The Breaking Development Podcast

    This week, Jeff talks to Golden Krishna about his belief that the best interface is no interface. We talk about the necessity of UI’s and how modern technologies allow us to design interfaces that aren’t interfaces at all.

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  9. No UI—Breaking Development podcast

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  10. Admiral Shovel and the Toilet Roll

    It begins to look as if we might have been wrong. All those predictions driving us forward throughout history have brought us finally to the unexpected realisation that the future is, suddenly, no longer what it used to be. Oops.

    James Burke is a living legend. Or, as he put it, “No-one under the age of fifty has heard of me and everyone over the age of fifty thinks I’m dead.”

    He is a science historian, an author, and a television presenter. But calling James Burke a television presenter is like calling Mozart a busker. His 1978 series Connections and his 1985 series The Day The Universe Changed remain unparalleled pieces of television brilliance covering the history of science and technology.

    Before making those astounding shows, he worked on Tomorrow’s World and went on to become the BBC’s chief reporter on the Apollo Moon missions.

    His books include The Pinball Effect, The Knowledge Web, Twin Tracks and Circles.

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