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  1. Systematic 195: Existing as a Curiosity with Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann, podcaster, man about the internet, and devastatingly handsome provocateur, joins Brett to talk about the state of writing on the web, Merlin’s podcasts, and maybe even some politics.

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  2. Interview: Scott Forstall and Original iPhone Innovators @ Computer History Museum

    Museum Historian John Markoff moderates a discussion with former iPhone team members Hugo Fiennes, Nitin Ganatra and Scott Herz, followed by a conversation with Scott Forstall.

    The Scott Forstall part begins at 1h07.

    © Computer History Museum

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  3. – 0.47 — How to CTO with Andy Pai, Full Contact

    startup engineering leadership podcast; because your CS degree didn’t teach you to lead.

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  4. Tiago Forte: Designing a Better Life — David Perell

    listen here:  ITunes | Overcast | PlayerFM"Designers are practical philosophers. When you go deep into design, you go really deep! You’re talking about what is the nature of reality? What is the nature of what it means to be human? What does it mean for a tool to have a use? This goes back to the most philosophical and ancient questions that we have and at the same time the philosophy of design is totally practical. The deepest philosophy can be (and should be) expressed in the design of a door handle, a tea cup, or the way you design a button in a software program. That’s really the ultimate test. You can talk a big game and be very intellectually entertaining in the philosophical concepts that you talk about, but it doesn’t really make a difference in the world, or more importantly have a positive impact on people’s lives until it is something useful - until it has a practice and a function - and that’s what design is. It’s the joining of the philosophical and the practical with a long tradition of people that have been thinking, writing and practicing what it means to design tables, chairs, and more recently, software programs and devices. Anytime I’m stuck trying to solve a problem, I jump into the world of design because design is so powerful that it can be abstracted to anything. If you can define or describe how to design a database, that can be abstracted to how do you design any kind of information. And we can use that to design our blog posts, a piece of artwork, a conversation, or a dinner. Everything is information. If you have the powers of abstraction and learning from diverse fields, keeping track of your knowledge, self awareness, and self understanding, you can learn from the diverse fields and pull together that knowledge you’ve obtained and implement it with design."

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  5. Episode 85: Wedding Hair on Fire, and William Barber’s Religious Politics - The New Yorker

    In this week’s episode of The New Yorker Radio Hour, the travel writer Paul Theroux talks about his new novel and Kristen Wiig reads a story about a bride.

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  6. The Run Loop Episode 7: Marco Arment and Gus Mueller at WWDC

    Collin is joined by Marco Arment and Gus Mueller during WWDC to talk about conferences past and present.

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  7. Presentable #25: The Tenuous Resilience of the Open Web - Relay FM

    Author and designer Jeremy Keith talks about his new book, Resilient Web Design, and why we keep making the same mistakes over and over.

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  8. Podcast: Tiago Forte’s Approach to Productivity - Evernote Blog

    Productivity consultant Tiago Forte debates small-batch productivity vs. deep work and explains his system for organizing thoughts in Evernote.

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  9. Don M. AA speaker

    speaking in 2003

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  10. Cory Doctorow and John Scalzi: “Walkaway & the Collapsing Empire” | Talks at Google

    Cory Doctorow and John Scalzi stop by the Googleplex to discuss their most recent books, and each other.

    Cory Doctorow’s "Walkaway" Fascinating, moving, and darkly humorous, Walkaway is a multi-generation SF thriller about the wrenching changes of the next hundred years…and the very human people who will live their consequences.

    John Scalzi’s "The Collapsing Empire" Our universe is ruled by physics. Faster than light travel is impossible—until the discovery of The Flow, an extradimensional field available at certain points in space-time, which can take us to other planets around other stars.

    Riding The Flow, humanity spreads to innumerable other worlds. Earth is forgotten. A new empire arises, the Interdependency, based on the doctrine that no one human outpost can survive without the others. It’s a hedge against interstellar war—and, for the empire’s rulers, a system of control.

    The Flow is eternal—but it’s not static. Just as a river changes course, The Flow changes as well. In rare cases, entire worlds have been cut off from the rest of humanity. When it’s discovered that the entire Flow is moving, possibly separating all human worlds from one another forever, three individuals—a scientist, a starship captain, and the emperox of the Interdependency—must race against time to discover wha…

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