April 28th, 2016 – May 5th, 2016

  1. Longform Podcast #189: Maciej Ceglowski

    “My natural contrarianism makes me want to see if I can do something long-term in an industry where everything either changes until it’s unrecognizable or gets sold or collapses. I like the idea of things on the web being persistent. And more basically, I reject this idea that everything has to be on a really short time scale just because it involves technology. We’ve had these computers around for a while now. It’s time we start treating them like everything else in our lives, where it kind of lives on the same time scale that we do and doesn’t completely fall off the end of the world every three or four years.”

    —Huffduffed by coldbrain

  2. a16z Podcast: Finally a Tablet that Replaces Your Laptop

    When the iPad first came out in 2010 there was chatter that went in two directions:

    1. It’s just a big iPhone
    2. I’ll never carry a laptop again

    Both were wrong. The big iPhone comment was quickly dispelled as people (and their kids) fell under the consumption thrall of iPads. But iPads never could meet the needs of most laptop users –- until now. Benedict Evans and Steven Sinofsky offer their reasons why the iPad Pro hits the mark as a machine for all kinds of things, and why it may have shoved their own laptops aside for almost everything.

    Original video: https://m.soundcloud.com/a16z/finally-a-tablet-that-replaces-your-laptop
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/

    —Huffduffed by dolf

  3. Die “angebliche” Indianerverfolgung in Paraguay

    —Huffduffed by chk49

  4. Modular Design — Responsive Web Design

    Imagine you’re embarking on a CMS replatforming and website redesign. Ethan and Karen explain how a modular design process that puts content modeling and design patterns first will help you.


    —Huffduffed by adactio

  5. Seth Godin - CreativeMornings Podcast | CreativeMornings

    “Demand responsibility but don’t worry at all about authority."

    Seth Godin, a bestselling author, entrepreneur and marketer, believes that we have a few things backwards when it comes to getting the work we want and positioning ourselves in the direction we want to go. In this CreativeMornings/NewYork talk from May 2013, he reminds us that it is deep within us to let those in ‘authority’ tell us what to do. But, he encourages us to shift the tone from authority to responsibility. Do work on purpose. Make things that matter, even if they’re unpopular. Create work environments that help you succeed, even when that means failing first. And, in his words, go and make something happen.

    Watch the talk.

    Photo credit: Brian Bloom


    —Huffduffed by ndtaylor

  6. Episode 67: Getting Things Done with David Allen | Digital Dads

    Raising Kids in a Digital World


    —Huffduffed by morrowplanet

  7. Clockwise #134: My Deepest Condolences 😢 - Relay FM

    The meaning of emoji, nerdy t-shirts, what Apple can learn from Apple Music, and a near-term wish list for Alexa and Siri. With Merlin Mann and Aleen Simms.


    —Huffduffed by mcsmit

  8. Zivile Drohnen: Ausweitung der Flugzone | netzpolitik.org

    Über den Autor/die Autorin markus Markus Beckedahl ist Gründer und Chefredakteur von netzpolitik.org. Er ist Partner bei newthinking communications GmbH, Gründer der re:publica, engagiert sich ehrenamtlich als Sprecher des Vereins Digitale Gesellschaft e.V., für Creative Commons Deutschland ist Mitglied im Medienrat der Medienanstalt Berlin-Brandenburg und eine Karteileiche bei den Grünen. Kontakt: Mail: markus (ett) netzpolitik.org / Telefon: +49-30-92105-986 (zu Arbeitszeiten) — Facebook: Profil; Twitter: @netzpolitik; Instagram: @netzpolitik ; Google+ Profil; Amazon: Die Wunschliste von Markus


    —Huffduffed by ortwin

  9. Analog(ue) #79: Like in Pizza - Relay FM

    With Casey away on assignment, Myke is joined by his partner Adina for a very special episode of Analog(ue). Listen as this multinational couple dive in to Adina’s personal history and answer questions submitted by listeners.


    —Huffduffed by alips

  10. Predicting the future with Rachel Andrew, Eric Meyer, and Jeffrey Zeldman | The Web Ahead

    The landscape of what’s possible in web page layout is changing. Jen has a theory that this change will be a big one — perhaps the biggest change to graphic design on the web in over 15 years. Rachel, Jeffrey, and Eric join her to debate if that’s true or not, and to surmise what the future might bring. This special episode was recorded live at An Event Apart Nashville.


    —Huffduffed by adactio