piamch8eec / collective

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  1. Phreaks

    Biella explores the earliest hacking subculture - The Phone Phreaks - an entire subculture that learned to manipulate the phone system with plastic whistles and tone generating blue boxes, and played a part in birthing the modern digital world. She talks with Phil Lapsley, author of ‘Exploding the Phone’ and a UK hacker who was one of the last generation of traditional phone phreaks about the joy and the risks of the earliest type of hacking.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0012fjh

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  2. Monocle: Meet The Writers: Nicholas Jubber

    Nicholas Jubber is a travel writer, journalist and award-winning author. He speaks to Georgina Godwin about his fifth book, ‘The Fairy Tellers’, which offers a fresh perspective on some of our most well-known stories and recounts their provenance for the contemporary reader. Filled with adventure, tragedy and real-world magic, this bewitching book uncovers the strange lives behind the strangest of tales.

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  3. A Good Read with Adam Rutherford and Farrah Jarral

    As part of Radio 4’s Day of the Scientist Harriett Gilbert asks two scientists and broadcasters to choose a book on a science theme. Adam Rutherford chooses Kazuo Ishiguro’s dystopian love story Never Let Me Go. Dr Farrah Jarral says when she first read the novella she has chosen - Octavia Butler’s Bloodchild - it blew her mind dealing as it does with interspecies procreation and with underlying themes of control and power imbalance.

    Harriett Gilbert’s choice is Piranesi by Susanna Clarke in which the character ‘Piranesi’ lives in The House populated by endless corridors and statues and The Other.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p09yfx3n

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  4. Download - Food On The Edge podcast - Ep.2 Oysters. | Podbean

     JP McMahon is a chef, restaurateur and author. He is culinary director of the EatGalway Restaurant Group, which comprises of Michelin-starred Aniar Restaurant , award-winning Spanish restaurant Cava Bodega, and Tartare cafe + Wine Bar. He also runs the Aniar Boutique Cookery School. JP is committed to the educational and ethical aspects of food, to buying and supporting the best of local and free-range produce, and engaging directly with farmers and producers.

     JP is the founder and plays host to one of the biggest and most talked about international food events in Europe, Food On The Edge - two-day global convention that takes place annually in Galway city, Ireland. The third Food On The Edge is taking place on the 22nd and 23rd of October 2018. A coming together of international chefs to listen, talk and debate about the future of food in our industry and on our planet, previous speakers have included Elena Arzak, Albert Adria, Massimo Bottura and many, many more visionary, change-promoting chefs. 

    https://www.podbean.com/site/EpisodeDownload/PB834786PAX95

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  5. Download - Food On The Edge podcast. Ep.1 Seaweed. | Podbean

    JP McMahon is a chef, restaurateur and author. He is culinary director of the EatGalway Restaurant Group, which comprises of Michelin-starred Aniar Restaurant , award-winning Spanish restaurant Cava Bodega, and Tartare cafe + Wine Bar. He also runs the Aniar Boutique Cookery School. JP is committed to the educational and ethical aspects of food, to buying and supporting the best of local and free-range produce, and engaging directly with farmers and producers.

    JP is the founder and plays host to one of the biggest and most talked about international food events in Europe, Food On The Edge - two-day global convention that takes place annually in Galway city, Ireland. The third Food On The Edge is taking place on the 22nd and 23rd of October 2018. A coming together of international chefs to listen, talk and debate about the future of food in our industry and on our planet, previous speakers have included Elena Arzak, Albert Adria, Massimo Bottura and many, many more visionary, change-promoting chefs. 

    https://www.podbean.com/site/EpisodeDownload/PB7DCEF729Q45

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  6. The Futures Archive S1E8: Daruma Doll

    What do your possessions say about you? Which ones speak the loudest? On this episode of The Futures Archive Lee Moreau and Sarah Nagle Parker discuss Daruma dolls and the importance of objects to people and design research.

    With additional insights from Hiroko Yoda, Dori Tunstall, and Daria Loi.

    Lee asked Sarah to tell us about an in-depth project researching people where she tracked the relationship between the objects that people have around them: When I was with the innovation team we created the Advanced Mountain Kit for North Face. We spent a year with athletes at the top of their game—climbers that can climb the highest peaks in the world. These are the type of athletes that know exactly what their pack and everyting in their kit weighs. They were cutting toothbrushes down to an inch, that type of stuff. But there are always these things that they had with them that reminded them of home or the people that they love. These things weighed more than they needed it to weigh, but they had really significant stories. Lee Moreau is President of Other Tomorrows, a design and innovation consultancy based in Boston, and a Lecturer in MIT’s D Minor program.

    Sarah Nagle Parker is a Design research leader and Senior Director of Insights and Design Thinking, Venture Foundry at VF Corporation.

    Daria Loi is the Head of Innovation at Avast, was recognized as one of Italy’s 50 most inspiring women in tech, and is the principal at Studio Loi.

    Dr. Elizabeth (Dori) Tunstall is Dean of Design at OCAD University. She is a design anthropologist and advocate who works at the intersections of critical theory, culture, and design.

    Hiroko Yoda is co-founder of AltJapan Co., Ltd, a Tokyo based photographer, and author of Yokai Attack! The Japanese Monster Survival Guide.

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