paulsilver / Paul Silver

I'm a freelance webbie based near Brighton, England. I tend to listen to science fiction, business news, tech & programming stuffs.

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  1. Troika #45 - Brian McBride -

    In tribute to ambient musician Brian McBride, who sadly died last month. There's no narration in this episode, so just sit back with headphones and enjoy a double-troika selection of his musical legacy.

    1. "Overture (for Other Halfs)" - Brian McBride
    2. "Dopamine Clouds Over Craven Cottage" - Stars of the Lid
    3. "Girl Nap" - Brian McBride
    4. "Darker Side of Sunshine" - Bell Gardens
    5. "Far From Home" - Kenneth James Gibson (Brian McBride’s Diminished Stories Remix)
    6. "Untitled" - Brian McBride

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  2. Friendly Show | Jonathan Markwell talks about SaaS, validating ideas, and Conferences

    Jonathan Markwell talks to us about the early days of SaaS, Remote work, and Brighton Ruby. He told us how Brighton Ruby came to be, how he met Andy Croll, and how they hosted two conferences in the same week 🤯 Jon shared the SaaS tool he’s been working on for a while now, and we brainstormed the cool and useful things a SaaS founder might use it on.

    Friendly Show - Yaro and Adrian are online and conference buddies that enjoy speaking about development, tech, SaaS, and product development.

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  3. #3 - Mr.B The Gentleman Rhymer - The Worst Time Podcast | Listen Notes

    It’s the turn of chap hop legend Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer to sit in the Worst Time Podcast guest seat, and he certainly didn’t disappoint!

    He tells Chris about the multiple shows which descended into confusing chaos, the meals he’d rather forget and the many other acts he’s been in which include Skank Thing, Junior Blancs, Sgt. Rock, Butternut and of course Collapsed Lung.

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  4. The Podcast Owner’s Manual | How to Get More People to Share Your Next Podcast Episode

    It feels good to pass on valuable advice, to change someone’s mind, or to spread an emotion, whether it’s unfettered joy or spine-tingling terror. We don’t share things because we like them – we share them because of what they say about us.So for those of us on a mission to make helpful podcasts,…

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  5. Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and five-time New York Times best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the mind, society, current events, moral philosophy, religion, and rationality—with an overarching focus on how a growing understanding of ourselves and the world is changing our sense of how we should live.

    Sam Harris speaks with Stuart Russell and Gary Marcus about recent developments in artificial intelligence and the long-term risks of producing artificial general intelligence (AGI). They discuss the limitations of Deep Learning, the surprising power of narrow AI, ChatGPT, a possible misinformation apocalypse, the problem of instantiating human values, the business model of the Internet, the meta-verse, digital provenance, using AI to control AI, the control problem, emergent goals, locking down core values, programming uncertainty about human values into AGI, the prospects of slowing or stopping AI progress, and other topics.

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  6. The Dyslexic Advantage interview with Ian Forrester

    Interview with Inspirational People, Ian Forrester

    The folks behind the Dyslexic Advantage were happy for me to share this interview and I will remind people (they never asked for this). The Dyslexic Advantage is a 501(c)3 charitable organisation that needs support.

    The interview is a in-depth discussion about my dyslexic journey from an early age to where I am now. Listening back to it, it sounds like I had it all planned out but honestly I didn’t. I did have a certain amount of foresight about where I wanted to be based on my experiences. There was certainly a lot of decisions about rebelling against the status-quo and finding my own trajectory forward.

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  7. StarShipSofa No 273 Jack Vance The Moon Moth Part 2

    Second half of "Moon Moth" story by Jack Vance within the StarShipSofa science fiction podcast

    Fact: Hugo Review Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by Andy Tomaswick – 02:12

    Main Fiction: The Moon Moth Part 2 by Jack Vance – 07:10

    Promo: Rompod – 50:55

    Outro – 52:41

    Narrator: Josh Roseman

    Josh’s story Secret Santa” is up at the Dunesteef

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  8. StarShipSofa No 272 Jack Vance The Moon Moth Part 1

    First half of "Moon Moth" story by Jack Vance within the StarShipSofa science fiction podcast

    Jay Lake Fundraiser – 01:49

    Spider Robinson Sings the Beatles – 03:42

    Fact: Looking Back at Genre History by Amy H Sturgis – 08:52

    Main Fiction: The Moon Moth Part 1 by Jack Vance – 28:52

    Outro – 1:20:16

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