Tagged with “media” (88)

  1. danah boyd — The Internet of the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - | On Being

    Steeped in the cutting edge of research around the social lives of networked teens, danah boyd demystifies technology while being wise about the changes it’s making to life and relationship. She has intriguing advice on the technologically-fueled generation gaps of our age — that our children’s immersion in social media may offer a kind of respite from their over-structured, overscheduled analog lives. And that cyber-bullying is an online reflection of the offline world, and blaming technology is missing the point.

    https://onbeing.org/programs/danah-boyd-the-internet-of-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-jul2017/

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  2. Very Quick And Very Slow - Voice Republic

    This is a talk about the durations that things happen at, from the nanosecond scale to the billions of years. Some of those things happen in videogames, but some don’t. I know this is a videogame conference, but I hope you’re okay with that.

    Source: http://amaze-berlin.de/ (http://amaze-berlin.de/)

    https://voicerepublic.com/talks/very-quick-and-very-slow

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  3. 5by5 | The Big Web Show #149: Transatlantic: Hopping Continents With Sarah Parmenter

    Host @zeldman checks in with frequent guest @sazzy to discuss blogging, design, social media consulting, Britain, America, speaking, travel, and, oh, yes, that election.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/149

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  4. 601: Master of Her Domain… Name

    A story about Hillary Clinton that offers a different picture than what we’ve been hearing from both sides during this campaign.

    https://m.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/601/master-of-her-domain-name

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  5. Sources and Methods #30: Deb Chachra — Sources & Methods

    Deb Chachra 101:Deb Chachra on twitter / instagram / homepageMetafoundry — Deb’s weekly newsletterDeb Chachra’s OLIN faculty profileShow Notes:00:47 – Metafoundry01:00 – OLIN College02:58 – “Why I am not a maker” (The Atlantic)4:44 – “Making as an Act of Caring” by Anab Jain (Superflux)4:59 – John Ardern6:17 – Edward L. Deci - “Why We Do What We Do” (book)7:36 – Deb Chachra / education research8:11 – Tetris / Minecraft9:42 – Ursula Franklin (wiki) “The Real World of Technology” (book)19:04 – MOOCs (wiki)20:28 – Gender imbalance in engineering school27:39 – Edward L. Deci - “Why We Do What We Do” (book)33:43 – UCL’s Integrated Engineering Programme33:55 – Engineering Leadership Programme (Olin / U Texas partnership)37:27 – Oral Roberts University38:30 – Polaroid45:46 – Canada & refugees Sponsoring Syrian refugees48:20 – Metafoundry (email newsletter)50:17 – Metafoundry on VR (here and here)52:46 – Zibaldone / Commonplace book Deb’s zibaldone53:30 – Pinboard54:57 – Boston Athenæum (wiki / official site)56:20 – A book as a souvenir (James Bridle)58:49 – Deb on Instagram Clive Thompson (twitter) Situated Systems Project1:00:21 – The Situated Systems Team1:01:24 – Metafoundry posts referencing the Situated Systems project1:02:37 – Stranger Things (IMDB)1:04:12 – Dylan Thomas – “My education was the liberty I had to read indiscriminately and all the time, with my eyes hanging out.” (quote)1:05:44 – Sarah Perry - The Essex Serpent (book)1:06:59 – Predestination (IMDB)1:08:34 – Kill vs Maim (song video)

    http://www.sourcesandmethods.com/podcast/2016/8/25/30-deb-chachra

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  6. Hired. - Mandy Brown on Diversity, Vox Media

    Mandy Brown, Director of Platform at Vox Media, and host Cameron Moll discuss diversity in the hiring process and why it’s so hard to do well.

    https://hired.fm/seasons/3/episodes/1

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  7. Chapter 5, Part 2 – Wired, CNet, Salon, Slate and Suck – More Early Web Media | Internet History Podcast

    We continue our survey of early web media plays with some that have lasted the test of time and some that, while not currently extant, were lasting in terms of impact. It’s a big episode. WSJ.com. NYTimes.com. EOnline. The Weather Channel. ZDNet. CNet. Salon. Slate. Wired magazine and HotWired.com. And our long lost, beloved Suck.com.

    http://www.internethistorypodcast.com/2014/09/wired-cnet-salon-slate-and-suck-more-early-web-media/

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  8. Chapter 5, Part 1 – Mercury Center and Pathfinder – Big Media’s Big Web Adventure | Internet History Podcast

    We’ve been looking at how companies were feeling their way into the internet era, trying to create new industries and new mediums without precedent or a road map. But thus far, we’ve mainly been looking at pure-play tech companies. And when the web revolution came, everyone wanted a piece of it, not just the tech world. So, this episode looks at the creative and business efforts of those people companies who came from outside the traditional environs of Silicon Valley.

    We’re largely going to look at big media. When the web began, it was considered to be a new medium, and so it was assumed by many if not most people that big media would logically dominate this new medium. The reason this did not come to pass is complicated, and we’ll look at some of the many reasons why. We’ll look at pioneering newspaper efforts like the San Jose Mercury News’ Mercury Center. We’ll examine unlikely big media web properties that got the web exactly right, like the Weather Channel. We’ll look at how one unlikely company, Reuters, singlehandedly disrupted the entire content industry by turning news into an online commodity. And more than anything, we’ll look at the rise and ignominious fall, of Pathfinder, onetime rival of sites like Yahoo, the portal that maybe wasn’t a portal, the greatest website you don’t remember.

    http://www.internethistorypodcast.com/2014/07/mercury-center-and-pathfinder-big-medias-big-web-adventure/

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  9. Eat This Panel (If You Dare): Food Myths Debunked - SXSW Interactive/Film 2016

    What’s today’s culinary villain du jour? Fat. Cholesterol. Gluten. Toxins. Scary-sounding ingredients: Did you know that practically everything we eat contains dihydrogen monoxide?! What’s the role of real science in a world in which social networks have the ability to transform food myths into food reality? What are the consequences of all this hype and hyperbole? We’ve gathered three experts (with real degrees) to sort through the issue and blaze a path forward. Oh, and that dihydrogen monoxide? It’s also known as H2O.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/officialsxsw/eat-this-panel-if-you-dare-food-myths-debunked-sxsw-interactivefilm-2016
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  10. #573: Status Update — This American Life

    Most of the time, the updates we share about our lives are small and inconsequential. This week, status updates that interrupt daily life. We hear two friends talk about how one of them has become rich and famous. And an entire town gets a status update on itself.

    https://overcast.fm/+H20XAg

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