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  1. The Pipeline 5: Shaun Inman

    Shaun Inman is the creator of Mint, Fever, swfIR, and Mimeo and the Kleptopus King, a brand new game for the iPhone.

    Dan and Shaun discuss the creative process, transitioning from a designer to developer to game maker, music, inspiration, building community, and more.

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  2. The Pipeline 6: Matt Haughey

    Matthew Haughey is a programmer, web designer, and blogger. He is the founder of MetaFilter, the PVRblog, and Fuelly, and is the publisher of the long-running weblog A Whole Lotta Nothing.

    Dan and Matt discuss the MetaFilter community, controlling a website’s growth, starting up a business without taking investment, the recent PVRblog sale, the personal life (or lack thereof) of a developer and community builder, blogging about your personal life, and more.

    http://5by5.tv/pipeline/6

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  3. 37signals podcast - Episode 7 - Ryan Singer on the 37signals design process

    Ryan Singer, who manages 37signals’ products and leads the design team, talks about the company’s design process. He discusses how the design team works with each other and collaborates with programmers. He gives advice to other design/development teams on how to work together smoothly. He talks about how studying Rails has made him a better designer. He explains why Christopher Alexander and Edward Tufte have been big influences. And information architecture even gets some love!

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  4. The Changelog - Episode 0.1.7 - Open Source publishing with Geoffrey Grosenbach, Brandon Mathis, and Tim Caswell

    Adam and Wynn caught up with Geoffrey Grosenbach, Brandon Mathis, and Tim Caswell to talk about publishing with open source tools, open blogging, and the back-to-the-future world of static site generators and database-less blogs.

    Items mentioned in the show:

    Peepcode In-depth screencasts and tutorials Git Peepcode The best way to get up to speed with git About this Blog TopFunky’s blog stack Brandon’s Design blog Open Blogging Close to the source control metal blogging where article submissions are pull requests EdgeRails.info Fast-moving blog for Rails early adopters Octopress A blogging framework for hackers built on top of Jekyll, Compass, Sass, and Haml HowToNode.org Tim’s open blog for how to learn Node.js Node Blog The blogging engine behind HowToNode.org Nesta Neat dynamic blogging tool on top of Sinatra Webby Ruby tool for creating static web sites (or other text output) Blosxom PERL reminds us that none of these ideas are new RailsCamp “Imagine yourself and a posse of like-minded ruby hackers on a country retreat with zero internet for a weekend of fun.” Nanoc Awesome static site generator from Denis Defreyne that powers the upcoming Compass docs site haml-js Bringing Haml to JavaScript views RaphaelJS SVG graphs in JavaScript Fancy Buttons Brandon’s Compass plugin for making great looking buttons out of or tags node-dirty A key value store for node.js that is simple, fast & dirty. TXJS Join us in Austin for an awesome JavaScript conference

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  5. Nodalities Podcast—Nigel Shadbolt talks about Web Science, the Semantic Web, Linked Data, and Garlik

    In my latest podcast I talk with Nigel Shadbolt, Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Southampton. We discuss Nigel’s background in Artificial Intelligence, and the appeal of the Semantic Web, before turning to explore the introduction of Linked Data to an enterprise audience and the multidisciplinary focus required to carry the Web forward.

    During the conversation, we refer to the following resources;

    * Academic Institution Internal Structure Ontology (AIISO)
    * Advanced Knowledge Technologies Project
    * Cambridge Consultants
    * DBpedia
    * DSpace
    * Egg
    * Epistemics
    * ePrints
    * FirstDirect
    * Garlik
    * Wendy Hall, and our recent podcast
    * Mike Harris
    * Tom Ilube
    * Linked Data
    * Mosaic
    * QDOS
    * Scientific American, and its 2001 Semantic Web article
    * SPARQL
    * University of Edinburgh
    * University of Nottingham
    * University of Southampton
    * VoCamp
    * Web Science Research Initiative
    

    http://planet.talis.com/talkingwithtalis/

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  6. Using Microformats: Gateway to the Semantic Web

    In this podcast Karl Stolley discusses his article, "Using Microformats: Gateway to the Semantic Web," which appears in the September, 2009 issue of Transactions on Professional Communication. In the article Stolley explains and describes the use of several microformats, which make information marked up in HTML available for use in applications outside of traditional web browsers. Because microformats consist of minor additions to the HTML backbone of common webpages, they represent a simple but significant move toward what Tim Berners-Lee has called the “Semantic Web”—but without requiring the technical and practical shifts and time demands of a complete XML-based semantic web development approach.

    http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/pcs/index.php?q=node/882

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  7. The Pipeline 1: Jeffrey Zeldman | 5 by 5

    "Dan Benjamin interviews Jeffrey Zeldman, designer, founder of ALA. They discuss the evolution of the internet, the web, web standards, Happy Cog, A List Apart, An Event Apart, and something new: A Book Apart."

    http://5by5.tv/pipeline/1

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