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  1. Matt Webb at dConstruct 2022

    Matt Webb is a technologist, product designer, and writer who defies categorisation. He has headed up a design studio, co-founded a start-up, and now consults on super-clever machine learning stuff. His blog is brilliant.

    Matt previously spoke at dConstruct back in 2007, when he gave a talk called The Experience Stack.

    https://archive.dconstruct.org/2022/togetherness

    Matt spoke at the final dConstruct, a special one-off anniversary edition held in 2022. The theme of the day was design transformation.

    —Huffduffed by coldbrain

  2. PMP#129: Wherefore the Cover Song?

    https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_129_6-9-22.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS

    Is re-playing or re-recording a song written and performed by someone else an act of love or predation? Mark is joined by Too Much Joy’s Tim Quirk, the Gig Gab Podcast’s Dave Hamilton, and the author of A Philosophy of Cover Songs Prof. P.D. Magnus to talk about different types of and purposes for covers, look a little at the history, share favorites, and more.

    A few of the many cover songs we mention include:

    Too Much Joy’s “That’s a Lie” and “Seasons in the Sun“Otis Redding’s “Respect” (not a cover; this is the lesser known original adapted by Aretha Franklin)The Clash’s “Police and Thieves” (the original is by Junior Murvin)R.E.M.’s “Superman” (much more famous that the original by “The Clique“) Bitter Bill (Dave’s band) “Minnie the Moocher“Poison’s “Just What I Needed“Willie Nelson’s “American Tune” (original is by Paul Simon)Tom Jones’ “Kiss“Sid Vicious’ “My Way“

    This playlist includes most of the songs mentioned in P.D.’s book.

    To prep for this, in addition to reading P.D.’s book (which is free), we looked at various lists of best and worst cover songs of all time: from timeout.com, bestlifeonline.com, Rolling Stone, Radio X. Also check out this episode of the Ghost Notes Podcast.

    Follow us @news4wombats (for P.D.), @tbquirk, @DaveHamilton, and @MarkLinsenmayer.

    Get bonus talking for this and nearly every episode at patreon.com/prettymuchpop, or you can sign up directly via Apple Podcasts for a subscription for ad-free and bonus material for three of Mark’s podcasts together on the Mark Lintertainment Podcasts Channel.

    This podcast is part of the Partially Examined Life podcast network and is curated by openculture.com.

    Sponsors: Find a top-rated doctor by visiting ZocDoc.com/PMP and downloading the free ZocDoc app. Check your rate for a loan at upstart.com/PRETTY.

    https://prettymuchpop.com/2022/07/27/pmp129-cover-songs/

    —Huffduffed by coldbrain

  3. Happiness: An Elliott Smith Webcast, Episode 1 with Casey Crynes

    Casey Crynes talks to Charlie and Jeff about Elliott Smith. Casey had an early Elliott Smith website and also recorded the 1994 Umbra Penumbra show that was recently included in the reissue of Elliott's self-titled album.

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    Tagged with music

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  4. Mark Fisher : The Slow Cancellation Of The Future

    —- talk held within the event "Everything Comes Down to Aesthetics and Political Economy"

    http://mi2.hr/2014/05/sve-se-svodi-na-estetiku-i-politicku-ekonomiju/


    Predavanje je dio projekta Prošireni estetički odgoj, tj. suradnje organizacija Berliner Gazette, Kontrapunkt, Kuda.org, Multimedijalni institut i Mute, uz podršku programa Kultura 2007-2013 Europske komisije.

    Podržali: Ministarstvo kulture RH, Gradski ured za obrazovanje, kulturu i sport Grada Zagreba.

    http://www.aestheticeducation.net

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  5. Streaming the Past: Contemporary Television, Genre and Nostalgia

    Presented at Genre/Nostalgia 2021 January 5th – 6th 2021

    Roundtable Discussion Panelists: Kim Akass, Rowan University Amy Holdsworth, University of Glasgow Mareike Jenner, Anglia Ruskin University Elke Weissmann, Edge Hill University.

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    Tagged with education

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