Several common barriers to developing strong network relationships—and ways to overcome them.
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We have Nathan Yau with us on the show to talk about his mythical FlowingData blog. Nathan was one of the first people to write a blog about data and visualization, and he is one of the very few who continues to blog virtually every day after more than ten years.
If you want to know what has happened lately in visualization, you can’t go wrong by visiting his site. It’s very comprehensive and never misses a beat.
On the show, we talk about how and why Nathan started FlowingData, the evolution of the blog and visualization over the years, his data visualization projects and membership program, and the secret “sauce” behind his persistence!
Enjoy the show!
Visual Storytelling w/ Alberto Cairo and Robert Kosara
Re-designing Visualizations on #MakeoverMonday with Andy Kriebel and Andy Cotgreave
For the 4 year anniversary episode of TPD, it was my pleasure to have been joined by one of my favorite podcasters of all time - Merlin Mann! I talk with Merlin about his history in podcasting, working with his co-hosts, the difference in his shows and some of his favorite podcasts! If you enjoyed this episode, please consider supporting TPD on Patreon! Links Merlin Mann (Twitter) (Blog) 43 Folders
Getting Things Done, by David Allen Macbreak Weekly Ep. 7 Merlin’s Podstand Reconciliable Differences Ep. 2 Merlin’s Cat You Look Nice Today "Parlor Parlor" John Roderick Interview You Look Nice Today Roderick on the Line Back to Work Reconciliable Differences Do by Friday
John Roderick of The Long Winters tells the story of how the song "The Commander Thinks Aloud" was made.
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Former kid magicians Ira Glass and David Kestenbaum dive back into the world of magic.
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CSS Grid course is out!
The most basic hosting / services
WordPress.org, Medium, Wix, Squarespace
Your Cheap PHP/Apache Hosts
Endurance International Group owns most of the cheap web hosting world
Bluehost doing shady stuff
Siteground seems p good
Service Based Hosting
What does "spinning down" mean?
Deploying to these services
How these services do instant cut-overs to new servers
You should listen to the
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Zeit’s Now Alias
mLab MongoDB Hosting
Compose MongoDB Hosting
Raw Server Space
Digital Ocean Droplets
Digital Ocean’s docs are 👌👌👌👌
What is Nginx?!
Mozilla’s SSL config generator
SPA Apps - React, Angular, Vue…
How to handle Routing
Magnetic Magsafe-life USB cable for micro USB, USB-c and Lightning
Magsafe-like USB that can handle a 87w Macbook Pro
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Brett is joined this week by Luc Beaudoin, an affective cognitive scientist
focusing on cognitive productivity in his research, development, writing,
and training services. A lively discussion of productivity, sleep, and
How the ex-spy tried to warn the world about Trump’s ties to Russia.
Journalistinnen und Reporter der Republik reden über ihre Arbeit. Dieses Mal: Hintergründe zur digitalen Demokratie in Italien. Adrienne Fichter im Gespräch mit Thom Nagy.
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