Tagged with “work” (9)

  1. Mac Power Users #264: Workflows with John Gruber - Relay FM

    Katie and David sit down with John Gruber of Daring Fireball to discuss the origins of his site, how he finds and publishes the news and how he uses his Mac and iOS.


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  2. Responsive Web Design Podcast 19: Responsive Design Saves Christmas

    After some awkward finger-pointing over who forgot to book this week’s guest, we discuss what we learned this year, hosting corporate workshops and running this podcast on responsive web design.


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  3. The Big Web Show #58: Double Release

    Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Benjamin talk about lost offices, working from home, A Space Apart, A Book Apart’s new books: Designing for Emotion and Mobile First, future friendly, police sirens, Steve Buscemi, and more.


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  4. EE Podcast Episode #51 EE Gypsies: Wandering Designers & Devs

    We interview ExpressionEngine community members Mike Boyink, Ruthie Bendor, and Travis and Rachel Gertz about their unique work and travel journeys. We talk about “learning moments,” padded cycling pants, and even cats. Perhaps a tip or two about working on the road is also discussed.


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  5. Art Works Podcast: John Maeda « Art Works

    This week’s podcast is an interview with the president of the Rhode Island School of Design, John Maeda. Maeda has spent his career at the crossroads of art and technology, where he has consistently pushed the boundaries of each field to explore how these disciplines shape one another. In the late 1980s, after earning degrees in software engineering and physics at MIT, Maeda, on the advice of a professor who had noticed his talent, went off to study art in Japan. At first, he was happy to leave computers behind, but slowly he discovered that art and science were more connected than he had previously imagined.


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  6. Back to Work #14: Velocity of Disappointment - 5by5

    Back to Work #14: Velocity of Disappointment - 5by5

    Merlin Mann joins Dan Benjamin to talk about problems that are impossible, problems that are boring, problems that you’re scared of, and why you need to differentiate between fear and anxiety so you can be scared of something interesting.


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  7. MPU 046: Workflows with Merlin Mann II « Mac Power Users

    David and Katie sit down again with Merlin Mann. Merlin updates us on his workflows and his latest projects.


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  8. BBC - BBC World Service Programmes - The Interview, 31/07/2010 Joi Ito

    Joi Ito is an investor in early stage internet projects, and he has backed some big successes including Twitter and Flickr. He thinks that about one in ten of these start-ups returns a decent amount, but the big ones - the Googles and the Yahoos - come once every five years. The trick he says, is to be in position when they arrive and his formula for doing so is a curious mix of networking, Buddhist philosophy and serendipity.


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  9. TWiL 50: Here Comes The Heat

    Apple’s patent lawsuit, RealNetworks loses RealDVD case, Australians’ Facebook privacy concerns, musings on sharing and privacy, and more.


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