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  1. The Big Web Show #183: Open Source, Google, and WordPress 5.0 with Matt Mullenweg

    Coder, writer, composer, and founding developer of WordPress Matt Mullenweg is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest.


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  2. The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT Episode 194: Is it time to address privacy in the Constitution? – IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

    This week I’m joined by Om Malik, a partner at True Ventures and my former boss. We kick off the show with a discussion of the New York Times’ investigation into app location sharing and Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s testimony before Congress. Both topics led to a debate about device privacy and what we should do about the lack of privacy and security in IoT.  We also talked about the need for two-factor authentication on certain connected devices and covered new Z-wave chips, IoT backpacks for bees and the fact that Essential is still around. We also took on some edge computing with Pivotal launching serverless options for users. Finally, we answered a question about adding presence detection to your car. 

    Look at this bee-autiful connected sensor backpack. Image courtesy of Vikram Iyer, Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington.We didn’t just cover privacy in the news segment. The guest this week also details what happens when data gets out of control. In this case, we’re talking about smart cities. I had Bianca Wylie co-founder of Tech Reset Canada and a Senior Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation on to discuss why we need to hit pause before adding too much technology to cities. She suggests that we invite more people to participate in the process and tells us how to be better citizens as our governments try to bring in more technology. To be clear, she’s not against technology, but she is concerned that we don’t often have important conversations about how technology can lead to surveillance and how it can impact vulnerable citizens. 


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  3. The Big Web Show #181: Last Agency Standing – with Clearleft’s Andy Budd

    Web design pioneer, Clearleft chief executive, and UX thought leader Andy Budd chats with Big Web Show host Jeffrey Zeldman.


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  4. The Omni Show 27 How We Built OmniFocus for the Web

    For this special episode we’™re joined by Ken Case, CEO; Grayson West, Design Manager; Chris Pruitt, Web Developer; and Mike Davies, Devops Engineer and Guru. We talk about the nine-year-long history of OmniFocus for the Web and how we’re building it.


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  5. 99% Invisible 316- The Shipping Forecast

    Four times every day, on radios all across the United Kingdom, a BBC announcer begins reading from a seemingly indecipherable script. “And now the Shipping Forecast issued by the Met Office on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency,” says the voice over the wire. “Viking, North Utsire; southwesterly five to seven; occasionally gale eight;


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  6. HODINKEE Radio: Episode 12: Apple And The Future Of Watchmaking

    Our editors talk about what the Apple Watch Series 4 means for mechanical watch enthusiasts everywhere (with a special appearance by Daring Fireball’s John Gruber).


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  7. Triangulation 362 Bill Atkinson Part 2

    Bill Atkinson is one of the original designers of the Apple Macintosh. He talks with Leo Laporte about General Magic, the company that tried to invent the iPhone in the early 90s. They also talk about human conciousness, artificial intelligence, and the need for empathy.


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  8. Triangulation 361 Bill Atkinson Part 1

    Bill Atkinson is one of the original designers of the Apple Macintosh. He Talks with Leo Laporte about starting at Apple, losing his wife, and his recent work on understanding consciousness.


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  9. Wir sabbeln. WS056 Soziale-Netzwerke-Sinnkrise

    Seit einiger Zeit haben wir beide ein Problem mit Twitter – der Plattform, auf der wir uns kennengelernt haben und die uns über rund 10 Jahre begleitet hat. Mich (Frau Stelter) trifft es noch etwas schlimmer als Herrn Zehe, ich bin inzwischen leider so weit, dass ich mich zumindest für einige Wochen von Twitter komplett zurückziehe, und auch die Ausweichplattform Mastodon ist nichts für mich.


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  10. Triangulation 360 Sal Soghoian Part 2

    Sal Sohoian and Leo Laporte go on a deep dive on automation in macOS and iOS and dish about Sal’s history with Steve Jobs.


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