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  1. Police Use Stingray Tool To Intercept Cell Phone Signals : NPR

    For All Tech Considered, NPR’s Audie Cornish talks with Manoush Zomorodi, host of WNYC’s "Note to Self" podcast, about an often unmentioned feature of your cell phone that may be helping law enforcement catch criminals.

    http://www.npr.org/2015/06/22/416538036/police-use-stingray-tool-to-intercept-cell-phone-signals

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  2. Episode 32: The Asymco Trilogy with Horace Dediu Part 2 - Apple in Asia & Luxury - Analyse Asia with Bernard Leong

    In the second part of the trilogy, Horace discussed how Apple has managed to navigate the Asian markets with a combination of building the best product and building strategic partnerships with patience and grow the market with the right timing of the correct localised product, for example, the iPhone 6 Plus. Horace also pushed against the notion that Apple is really entering the luxury market, by applying "Jobs to be Done" perspective (used by Bob Moesta in his interviews) to the issue.

    http://analyse.asia/2015/05/22/episode-32-the-asymco-trilogy-with-horace-dediu-part-2-apple-in-asia-luxury/

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  3. Episode #62 – Rocket Science

    Horace Dediu joins us for a discussion about the history of the space industry and its more recent commercial direction. We touch on the history of governmental and private investments in space as well as possible asymmetric strategies for the future including a railgun and the ever elusive space elevator. Does the commercial exploitation of space fit within a timescale business is able to accept?

    Links from the show:

    Corona Satellite Program – film camera satellite with mid-air recovery

    Orbital Launch Systems

    Horace Dediu’s writing can be found at Asymco.com and you can interact with him on Twitter at @Asymco.

    http://350third.com/2013/10/25/episode-62/

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  4. 115: Achieving Empathy for Institutions

    Anil Dash and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss how government, media, and tech shape the world, and how we can influence them in turn. Our first meeting at SXSW in 2002. How selling CMS systems teaches you the dysfunction at media companies and organizations. Working for the music industry at the dawn of Napster. RFP-EZ. The early days of blogging. Designing websites for the government—the procurement problem. If we’re pouring all this time into social media, what do we want to get out of it? How big institutions work and how to have an impact on them. Living in “Joe’s Apartment.” Why, until recently, federal agencies that wanted a blog couldn’t use WordPress or Tumblr and how the State Dept got on Tumblr. Achieving empathy for institutions. Being more thoughtful about what I share and who I amplify on social media. The launch of Thinkup, and a special offer exclusively for Big Web Show listeners.

    http://muleradio.net/thebigwebshow/115

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  5. Electric Shadow 1: Bicycle for the Mind

    Horace Dediu and Guy English discuss the future of TV, how we consume media, and the fate of console-style devices. From Apple to Nintendo and beyond, is there one box to rule them all, or can there be?Interview segment: Cinematographer Barry Braverman talks about working with director Wes Anderson (uncut version to be posted as Screen Time #54)Apple TV Gains its Own Shopping Category | AppleInsiderHorace wrote one of my favorite Asymco articles in 2011 that applies here: Hiding in Plain SightAirPlay Configuration Files Hint at Next-Gen Apple TV Hardware |AppleInsiderMobile Gamers Aren’t Playing NIntendo-Style Games | ConsulGamerBarry Braverman’s website, and his IMDb credits.Bicycle Thieves, aka The Bicycle Thief aka Ladri di biciclette | WikipediaBottle Rocket (and Murita Cycles) | The Criterion CollectionUmberto D (click through for restored trailer) | The Criterion CollectionSponsored by:Squarespace: everything you need to get started making a website. Use the offer code mentioned in the show for 10% offSmile: get PDFPen Scan+ in the App Store for $4.99, or PDFPen 6 in the Mac App Store for $59.99Drobo: smart storage to protect what matters. Use offer code MOISES for $50 off any Drobo model at Drobostore.com

    http://www.esn.fm/master-feed/electric-shadow-1-bicycle-for-the-mind

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  6. Screen Time 56: Richard Dreyfuss - The Greatest Idea

    Electric Shadow Network (ESN) podcasts are about storytelling: whether in cinema, comic books, or customer service.This is one feed to rule them all: Electric Shadow, Screen Time, Thank You For Calling!, Giant Size, Artist Edition, and all Test Patterns. SubscribeiTunes / RSS

    http://www.esn.fm/master-feed/screen-time-56-richard-dreyfuss

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