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  1. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty — Responsive Web Design

    What if site speed were actually a life-or-death matter? Kim Conger from Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty worked with Dan Mall and Tim Kadlec to make performance the top priority.


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  2. Singalong with the Kitchen Sisters

    The Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson & Nikki Silva) are producers of  the duPont-Columbia Award-winning and  James Beard Award-nominated NPR series Hidden Kitchens, and the two Peabody Award-winning NPR series, Lost

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  3. Third Coast International Audio Festival :: Mastering the Grill: Why Some Interviews Go Up in Smoke

    Brooke Gladstone is host and managing editor of NPR’s On the Media, produced by WNYC Radio. She has been the senior editor of All Things Considered and Weekend Edition with Scott Simon, also a Moscow correspondent and NPR’s first media reporter. She has won a couple of Peabody Awards among others.


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  4. Third Coast International Audio Festival :: Caging the Chaos: How to Produce Radio Stories That Aren’t Exactly Stories

    Common sense dictates that a good radio story should start with a firm sense of what the story is. But what if you only have the vaguest sense of the story — whether it’s a scenario, or an idea, or even a joke you’d like to tell?

    Working this way is uneconomical in terms of time and money, and more to the point, a murky beginning may go nowhere. But according to Jonathan Goldstein, exploring a story in this manner can also be exciting, and lead to unexpected places and unforgettable results. 


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  5. Die, Mediocrity, Die!

    Do your own radio scripts ever bore you? Or frustrate, confuse, and deflate you? 

    Nancy Updike, who has written stories ranging in length from 50 seconds to 59 minutes, presents easy approaches to making your writing sharper, more memorable, and more engaged with the tape. Also, learn how to make drab tape beautiful through writing, and along the way, enjoy some schadenfreude: instructive stories of mistakes and failure are shared for the benefit of all.


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  6. These Are a Few of Robert Krulwich’s Favorite Things

    A correspondent for National Public Radio, award-winning producer Robert Krulwich regularly appears on Morning Edition and All Things Considered. He is co-host of RadioLab, a nationally distributed radio series that explores new developments in science for people who are curious but not usually drawn to science shows. No stranger to TV, Krulwich contributes to ABC’s Nightline, World News Tonight and World News Now. His talent for on-air teaching is often called upon to make complicated subjects comprehensible. Over the years, he’s used ballet companies, puppets, and animals (live and stuffed) to help illustrate hard-to-understand concepts in finance, biology, and economics. 


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  7. Digital Dark Age – On The Media

    On this week’s episode of On the Media, we’re engaging in some chillingly informed speculation: what would happen if we, as a species, lost access to our electronic records? What if, either by the slow creep of technological obsolescence or sudden cosmic disaster, we no longer could draw from the well of of knowledge accrued through the ages? What if we fell into…a digital dark age?


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  8. Radio Dispatch: David Banks on Reddit and speech

    David Banks on Reddit banning a disparaging subreddit, and thoughts on Rachel Dolezal.


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  9. The physical reality of our digital world - Future Tense - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    We often think of our digital world as something that’s not about physical stuff, but about things that happen out there in the air, in space. We speak of cyber space and cloud-computing. But how much of our digital infrastructure is grounded in physical reality? And what are some of the future implications of the growing push to move more of our data into cloud based technology?

    Andrew Blum, Correspondent for Wired and Contributing Editor to Metropolis. Author of ‘Tubes: Behind The Scenes At The Internet’.

    Dr danah boyd, Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research and Research Assistant Professor in Media, Culture and Communication at New York University.

    Ted Striphas, Associate Professor of Media and Cultural Studies at Indiana University’s Department of Communication and Culture.

    John Naughton, Professor of the Public Understanding of Technology at the Open University in the UK and columnist for The Observer Newspaper.

    Gary Cook, Senior Policy Analyst, Cool IT Campaign, Greenpeace International.

    Rich Wolski, Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder of Eucalyptus Systems Inc. And Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

    Title: Tubes: Behind The Scenes At The Internet
    Author: Andrew Blum
    Publisher: Viking (Penguin Australia)

    Further Information:
    Andrew Blum’s website (http://andrewblum.net/)
    Rich Wolski’s webpage (http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~rich/)
    Ted Striphas website (http://www.indiana.edu/~cmcl/faculty/striphas.shtml)
    GreenPeace Cool IT Challenge (http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/campaigns/climate-change/cool-it/)
    danah boyd’s website (http://www.danah.org/)
    John Naughton’s Guardian Profile (http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/johnnaughton)


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  10. Is The On-Demand Economy Isolating? | Wisconsin Public Radio

    Around the country, people are using on-demand services in place of going to brick-and-mortar businesses. Joy Cardin speaks to a guest who says that on-demand services are increasingly isolating and are creating shut-ins of some customers. 


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