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  1. Connected #212: NanoHippo - Relay FM

    Stephen answered Myke’s PopSocket challenge, and Federico attempts to name all of iOS 12.1’s new emoji.

    https://www.relay.fm/connected/212

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  2. TPD 156 - Merlin Mann “An Old Man’s Reframe”

    For the 4 year anniversary episode of TPD, it was my pleasure to have been joined by one of my favorite podcasters of all time - Merlin Mann!  I talk with Merlin about his history in podcasting, working with his co-hosts, the difference in his shows and some of his favorite podcasts!   If you enjoyed this episode, please consider supporting TPD on Patreon! Links Merlin Mann (Twitter) (Blog) 43 Folders 

    Getting Things Done, by David Allen Macbreak Weekly Ep. 7 Merlin’s Podstand Reconciliable Differences Ep. 2 Merlin’s Cat You Look Nice Today "Parlor Parlor" John Roderick Interview You Look Nice Today Roderick on the Line Back to Work Reconciliable Differences Do by Friday

    http://thepodcastdigest.com/tpd-156-merlin-mann-an-old-mans-reframe

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  3. Upgrade #209: The 2018 iPhone Event Draft - Relay FM

    It’s time for Jason and Myke to reveal their picks for what will happen on stage at the Steve Jobs Theater next week! They draft 10 different things they expect will happen—or not happen—next Wednesday.

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/209

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  4. Preliminary Poetics of Procedural Generation

    Procedural generation has a long history in games and art, but we currently lack an effective vocabulary for talking about what it means when we use different kinds of procedural generation.

    There’s a number of references in the video: Emily Short speaking at ProcJam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=narjui3em1k Mark Johnson at ICCC 2016: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mk-TmpSUb54

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  5. 149. Marco Arment, Overcast

    Marco Arment, developer of podcast app Overcast, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Lex and Marco discuss pretty much everything going on in podcasting today. The two debate the technical complications of dynamic ad insertion and how it affects both podcasters and podcast apps. The two also discuss Marco’s history with Midroll in its early days, and theorize what might happen if Apple ever exited the podcast space.

    This episode is brought to you by The MarTech Podcast.

    https://art19.com/shows/wolf-den/episodes/04aeba9e-8516-4b3e-8c85-eae39ffcffbe

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  6. Episode 75: I Set Up a Fake Child – AppStories

    John is joined by Merlin Mann to discuss managing family tech use and the upcoming iOS 12 Screen Time family features.

    https://appstories.net/episodes/75/

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  7. Q: Why Do Keynote Speakers Keep Suggesting That Improving Security Is Possible?

    James Mickens, Harvard University

    Q: Why Do Keynote Speakers Keep Suggesting That Improving Security Is Possible? A: Because Keynote Speakers Make Bad Life Decisions and Are Poor Role Models

    Some people enter the technology industry to build newer, more exciting kinds of technology as quickly as possible. My keynote will savage these people and will burn important professional bridges, likely forcing me to join a monastery or another penance-focused organization. In my keynote, I will explain why the proliferation of ubiquitous technology is good in the same sense that ubiquitous Venus weather would be good, i.e., not good at all. Using case studies involving machine learning and other hastily-executed figments of Silicon Valley’s imagination, I will explain why computer security (and larger notions of ethical computing) are difficult to achieve if developers insist on literally not questioning anything that they do since even brief introspection would reduce the frequency of git commits. At some point, my microphone will be cut off, possibly by hotel management, but possibly by myself, because microphones are technology and we need to reclaim the stark purity that emerges from amplifying our voices using rams’ horns and sheets of papyrus rolled into cone shapes. I will explain …

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  8. clicking here

    Ian Keough (@ikeough) is the founder of Hypar. He writes code from his garage to automate the generation of the built environment to help stakeholders make…

    http://gettingsimple.com/podcast/ian-keough

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  9. Top Four #12: Star Wars Movies - Relay FM

    Tina and John Siracusa join Tiff and Marco to rank their favorite Star Wars movies. Even the prequels.

    https://www.relay.fm/topfour/12

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  10. Disappear Here: Kent Rawlinson in conversation with Sam Jacob

    Bringing together material from the RIBA and Drawing Matter collections, the exhibition ‘Disappear Here’ (RIBA, 2 May – 7 Oct 2018) explores the history, application and implications of perspective, how it spans truth and illusion, linking the disciplines of art, architecture and mathematics. In this podcast series, curator and designer Sam Jacob discusses with various guests the exhibition’s material and themes.

    The first episode sees Sam joined by Kent Rawlinson, Head of Collections at RIBA, to discuss the process of research and curation, and the intentions behind the exhibition.

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