Scott Hansen, aka Tycho, breaks down the song "Awake," from the Tycho album of the same name.
Phantogram break down their song "You Don’t Get Me High Anymore."
Sleigh Bells break down their song "I Can Only Stare."
St. Vincent breaks down her song "New York."
Electronic musician and producer Jon Hopkins breaks down the song "Luminous Beings" from his album "Singularity."
John Roderick of The Long Winters tells the story of how the song "The Commander Thinks Aloud" was made.
Green Room: Nick Earls with Cory Doctorow - The Hub on Books - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
In our Green Room series, Australian author Nick Earls chats with Canadian writer Cory Doctorow about what it’s like to be on the writers’ circuit.
Post-Scarcity, Privilege and Walking Away: A Chat with Cory Doctorow | The Final Straw Radio Podcast
Download This EpisodeCory Doctorow on Post-Scarcity & Sci-Fi
This week, we present an interview that Bursts conducted with the sci-fi and picture book author, technologist and social critic Cory Doctorow. Cory is an editor of the blog BoingBoing, a fellow at the Electronic Frontier Foundation and his most recent book is entitled Walkaway, out from Head of Zeus and TOR books. The novel plays with themes of open source technologies, class society, post-scarcity economics, ecological remediation, drop-out culture and liberatory social models. It was released a few days ago in paperback, along with matching re-issues of his other adult sci-fi novels.
For the hour, they chat about themes from the book, sharing, trans-humanism, imagination and monsters. To find more work by Cory, check out his blog craphound.com. You can also find him on twitter, free writings on Project Gutenberg, his content on archive.org, or his podcast.
Due to technical difficulties, we have no Sean Swain segment this week. We hope this will be remedied next episode.
For a slightly longer version of this episode, make sure to check out the podcast version.
Stay tuned mid-week for a podcast special interview with an anarchist from Indonesia about May Day in Yogyakarta and the repression that has followed. Also, if you haven’t been checking our podcast feed, you’re missing out. We have been regularly releasing extra content mid-week including our 8th Anniversary episode with interviews of hosts of two Channel Zero Network podcasts. You’ll also find two episodes of #Error451, our sometimes-weekly tech security podcast from an anarchist perspective.
If you’re in Asheville this week, consider attending the Another Carolina Anarchist Bookfair benefit show at the Odditorium on Haywood Road on the West Side. The show starts at 9pm, it features the music of Kortriba, Mother Marrow, Lynathrope and a special battle set of the project Fatal Comfort versus the stylings of FUNK JAMz. If you visit the ACAB table, you could be one of the first one of your friends to grab an ACAB2018 poster hot off the presses or ACAB2018 tshirt, both designed by super awesome local artists. Proceeds from the entry, shirts and posters go to pay for the local anarchist bookfair taking place between June 21st and 24th. More info on the bookfair at acab2018.noblogs.org
Also, this Friday Blue Ridge Anarchist Black Cross will be hosting it’s monthly presentation of the short documentary series, TROUBLE, by sub.Media. This month we’ll watch the second episode of two on the topic of gentrification and resistance to it. The film will be 30 minutes and then followed by a discussion with prompt questions suited to the Asheville’s specific brand of problems. The show starts at 6:30 and will last roughly an hour. Invite your friends!
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It’s rarely a straight line to product/market fit. Here are ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia’s hard-won tips for marketplace startups that helped her guide her company from a near-bust to a $470M game-changer.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/firstroundreview/payal-kadakia
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