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  1. Could Your Team at Work Be Better?

    Is your teamwork not working? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Amy Edmondson, a professor at Harvard Business School. They talk through what to do when your team isn’t communicating, doesn’t respect its leader, or has one employee who’s causing problems.

    https://hbr.org/podcast/2018/11/dysfunctional-teams

    —Huffduffed by paulroub

  2. Micro Monday - Episode 11: @mikedotfm

    Mike Haynes, creator of Dialog, talks to Jean on the Micro Monday Microcast about how the creatively ambitious and prolific Micro.blog community has inspired him to blog regularly and

    to try many new things. “The positive atmosphere is so contagious,” says Mike.

    https://monday.micro.blog/2018/05/21/episode-mikedotfm.html

    —Huffduffed by paulroub

  3. Micro Monday - Episode 1: Jean MacDonald and Manton Reece

    On our first episode, Jean and Manton talk about using Micro.blog, their previous blogs, and the Micro.blog community.

    https://monday.micro.blog/2018/03/12/on-our-first.html

    —Huffduffed by paulroub

  4. Micro Monday - Episode 7: @RosemaryOrchard

    For this week, Jean welcomes Rosemary Orchard to the microcast to talk about how she uses her microblog, why microblogs make for great blogs to experiment with, and her thoughts on the Micro.blog community.

    https://monday.micro.blog/2018/04/23/for-this-week.html

    —Huffduffed by paulroub

  5. Micro Monday - Episode 7: @RosemaryOrchard

    For this week, Jean welcomes Rosemary Orchard to the microcast to talk about how she uses her microblog, why microblogs make for great blogs to experiment with, and her thoughts on the Micro.blog community.

    https://monday.micro.blog/2018/04/23/for-this-week.html

    —Huffduffed by paulroub

  6. Micro Monday - Episode 39: Brent Simmons, podcasting and blogging at Omni

    The Omni Show, a podcast that features the people who bring you all the great software from Omni Group, just marked its first anniversary. The host of that show, marketing human Brent Simmons, joins us on Micro Monday to talk about what is special about this type of podcast.

    “It’s important to note that we’re not just getting the stories of people who could potentially be stars later. We want every story and every single person’s voice. I often think back to the punk rock ethos: kill all rock stars. The audience and the band should be interchangeable.”

    We also talk about his project, NetNewsWire, an app he first launched in 2002, sold to another company in 2005, and then re-acquired this year. That leads us to talking about RSS and Micro.blog, and what we hope to see in the future of the internet and social media.

    https://monday.micro.blog/2018/12/03/episode-brent-simmons.html

    —Huffduffed by paulroub

  7. Brady Heywood Podcast: Episode 18 - Quebec Bridge Collapse

    Can ego knock a bridge down? How one man’s decisions caused the collapse of the Quebec Bridge.

    http://bradyheywood.libsyn.com/episode-18-quebec-bridge-collapse

    —Huffduffed by paulroub

  8. How The Beatles Made ‘The White Album’

    Fifty years ago, just before the holidays in 1968, The Beatles put out not just a new album, but a double album, something relatively unheard of at the time. The album art was a stark, white, glossy cover with raised, slanted lettering that simply said, "The Beatles." That self-titled album, with its 30 songs that span genres from American country music to avant-garde tape collage, has come to be known as "The White Album." And in celebration of its birth 50 years ago, The Beatles label Apple Records has scoured the archives for a new deluxe edition of the album that, for the first time, includes previously unreleased, early demo recordings, studio outtakes and stunning remixes in both stereo and 5.1 surround.

    Today we’ve got a conversation with the man who produced this 100-plus song celebration, Giles Martin, whose father, George Martin, produced "The White Album" back in ‘68 (along with most everything else The Beatles ever made). In this interview with Giles Martin, you’ll hear some of the early demos, outtakes and remixes. But he begins by describing the process of making of the "The White Album," how it turned out to be a much-less planned and much more organic process than ever, and how that frustrated George Martin.

    https://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2018/11/13/666154261/how-the-beatles-made-the-white-album

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  9. Buffalo Tom singer Bill Janovitz on going from rock to real estate.

    How does a ‘90s rocker make a decade of recording and touring look presentable on a resume?

    https://www.pri.org/stories/2018-11-15/making-life-and-living-after-buffalo-tom-s-heyday

    —Huffduffed by paulroub

  10. Episode 74: Trillbilly Deluxe (w/ special guests Shuja Haider & Tyler Mahan Coe)

    We’re joined by Popula’s Shuja Haider (@shujaxhaider), and host of the Cocaine and Rhinestones podcast, Tyler Mahan Coe (@TylerMahanCoe) to discuss popular music criticism, Pitchfork, and country music in the 1980s.

    The amazing cover of Dolly Parton’s "9 to 5" at the end of the episode is by friend of the show Erin Goudreau (@LeftOutWest)

    Shuja’s brilliant essay can be found here: https://popula.com/2018/09/13/canon-fodder/

    Check out Tyler’s podcast: https://cocaineandrhinestones.com/

    And please subscribe to our Patreon!!! www.patreon.com/trillbillyworkersparty

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/user-972848621-463073718/episode-74-trillbilly-deluxe-w-special-guests-shuja-haider-tyler-mahan-coe
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