January 28th, 2019 – February 4th, 2019

  1. What the ’90s Web Can Teach Us About the Future of the Internet

    Fire up your Netscape Navigators! Alli and Jen talk to Jay Hoffmann, author of The History of the Web, about his research into the early internet.

    The History of the Web is a weekly newsletter that began as a place for coders to reminisce about CSS and Bulletin Board software. But it quickly evolved into a definitive timeline of our shared online history. The story of the Web (the public-facing network of pages that everyone has access to) is arguably the most important sociological endeavor of our time.

    This week on 2 Girls 1 Podcast, Alli and Jen (actors who perform weird internet stuff on stage) chat with Jay Hoffmann, author of The History of the Web, about his inspiration and research into the early internet, and the proto-communities that formed online in the ’90s around weblogs, browser wars, grief, and virtual pets.

    https://www.dailydot.com/debug/history-of-the-web-2-girls-1-podcast/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  2. 345: Maintaining npm with Laurie Voss - ShopTalk

    Laurie Voss is the co-founder and Chief Data Officer of npm and he stopped by the show to talk a bit about npm’s history, some of the issues it faces now, as well as what’s in store for the web in 2019.

    https://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/345/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  3. Mac Power Users #466: John Gruber Returns - Relay FM

    John Gruber of Daring Fireball and The Talk Show join David and Stephen for a discussion about writing and podcasting, as well as WWDC and what the future may hold for the iPad and Mac.

    https://www.relay.fm/mpu/466

    —Huffduffed by jonesay

  4. Atheist Debates - Arguing for vs against propositions

    Part of the Atheist Debates Patreon project: http://www.patreon.com/AtheistDebates

    In order to clear up some confusion and work toward a couple of different video series, it’s important to clarify the difference between arguing for and arguing against positions…and how to be clear that you’re arguing against whether belief in X is reasonable (burden of proof met) or against whether X is true.

    The distinctions between "I am not convinced" and "I am convinced of the opposite" as well as "I am convinced your reasoning is flawed" and "I am convinced your conclusion is false"…are both important clarifications when arguing.

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  5. Atheist Debates - Personal Testimony vs Data

    Part of the Atheist Debates Patreon project: http://www.patreon.com/AtheistDebates

    A lengthy discussion about politics and religion over my Xmas vacation resulted in a strange conversation roadblock about whether it was more justified to rely on personal testimony than data.

    Much like trying to convince someone that they DO, in fact, value logic…by using logic, we can similarly show that they ARE valuing data, and that the primary difference is what they know or trust about the source - and whether or not that trust is warranted.

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  6. Episode 161 — Vigilante Justice | Exponent

    Ben and James discuss Apple vs Facebook (and Google!).

    Links

    Josh Constine: Facebook Pays Teens to Install VPN That Spies on Them — TechCrunch

    Facebook’s Onavo Gives Social-Media Firm Inside Peek at Rivals’ Users — Wall Street Journal

    Ben Thompson: Facebook Versus Apple — Stratechery Daily Update

    Ben Thompson: Manifestos and Monopolies — Stratechery

    Andrew Bosworth Memo — BuzzFeed

    Hosts

    Ben Thompson, @benthompson, Stratechery

    James Allworth, @jamesallworth, Harvard Business Review

    Podcast Information

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    http://media.blubrry.com/exponent/p/content.blubrry.com/exponent/exponent161.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

    https://exponent.fm/episode-161-vigilante-justice/

    —Huffduffed by djryan

  7. Steven Pressfield The War of Art Audiobook

    Self Help Audiobook Steven Pressfield The War of Art

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  8. The One About Information Consumption – Rands in Repose

    Two years almost to the day, we’re back with The Important Thing. In the third episode, Lyle and I talk Information Consumption. Notification purges, marking all as read, and figuring out how to catch the most important information are just a few of the tips and tricks we discuss. Enjoy it now or download for …

    http://randsinrepose.com/archives/the-one-about-information-consumption/

    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco

  9. FFR 62: Starship Troopers

    You’re going to love this week’s phenomenal conversation about Starship Troopers (1997) with special guests Mary Robinette Kowal and Max Temkin!

    Tune in for a thought-provoking discussion (and very amicable disagreement) about how successfully the film executes its satire of fascist military fantasies. Just what are the possibilities and limits of satire? What can director Paul Verhoeven’s career tell us about this "pointed critique of American imperialism"? And exactly how long will it take Anita to remember the name of the game Spec Ops without Carolyn to help? Timestamps: 0:00 - Introductions (special guests Mary Robinette Kowal and Max Temkin) 1:47 - Pop Culture News Terry Crews is amazing and does not deserve or need any commentary from comedian D.L. Hughley Shout out to the SAG Awards winners we like; no mention of those winners we don’t like 5:39 - Starship Troopers 41:20 What’s Your FREQ Out You Owe Me a Murder Martha Ann Maxwell

    Links: http://maryrobinettekowal.com/ https://maxistentialism.com/ https://www.eileencook.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martha_Maxwell

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  10. Pieter Hintjens - ZMQ, Tech, Ideas, Community, Writing and Life

    In this special edition memorial episode Adam interviews Pieter Hintjens. Pieter was a published author, an expert in distributed computing, a passionate supporter of free software and a very dear friend. To access comprehensive show notes, a complete guest bio and links mentioned in the episode take a look below or go to advancetechmedia.org and click the episode title.

    https://advancetechmedia.org/episode-000-pieter-hintjens/

    —Huffduffed by agileone