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  1. Nebula winner for best SF novel: Ann Leckie (Sword & Laser 175) - Boing Boing

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    http://boingboing.net/2014/05/22/nebula-winner-for-best-sf-nove.html

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  2. The Alton Browncast #42: John Hodgman « Nerdist

    I’m your nerd host, Chris Hardwick

    Nerdist is a place where we nerds come together and share the nerdery that we find. It's also my home to various elements of the Nerdist Empire. You might recognize me from TV. You don't realize that's where you know me from, but it is. You think you went to college with me or I look like your cousin's friend, but that is not the case. At one time or another you stumbled upon me on your moving picture box in such cerebral gems as MTV's "Singled Out" and Noam Chomsky's "Shipmates." and so much more…

    Say hello to the contributors.

    http://www.nerdist.com/2014/04/the-alton-browncast-42-john-hodgman/

    —Huffduffed by wka

  3. Drabblecast 83 - Floating Over Time | The Drabblecast

    "A powerful reading and good example of how a story can be transformed when told out loud and told out loud well.

    -William Gibson"

    The Drabblecast is an award-winning, illustrated, listener-supported audio fiction magazine, released as a free to download, weekly podcast. It features short stories at the far side of weird, including science fiction, horror, fantasy, and everything in between. It is hosted and produced by Norm Sherman. The Drabblecast is open to submissions and is a paying market.

    More About The Drabblecast

    http://www.drabblecast.org/2008/10/01/drabblecast-83-floating-over-time-by-robert-reed/

    —Huffduffed by wka

  4. International Waters MaxFunDrive 2014

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    —Huffduffed by wka

  5. Judge John Hodgman MaxFunDrive 2014

    To thank you for supporting our programs, we've set up this page with a bunch of exclusive content made just for you. We hope you enjoy it!

    (Please remember that this content is exclusively for donors.)

    Download All Bonus Podcasts

    You can use the following podcast feed to download all our bonus episodes conveniently in iTunes:http://maximumfun.org/maxfunbonus2014.xml

    For iTunes 11: Copy the URL above, and open iTunes. Click on "file," click on "Subscribe to Podcast…", and then paste the URL into the box. (If you don't see the "file" menu, click on the rectangle icon in the upper left corner and select "Show Menu Bar.")

    For earlier versions of iTunes: Copy the URL above, and open iTunes. Choose the Advanced menu, and click on "Subscribe to Podcast." Then paste that URL into the box.

    For all versions, depending on your settings, iTunes may automatically download just one of the episodes, but you should see all available episodes with buttons next to them for easy downloading.

    Alternatively, here are links to each show's individual episodes:

    Bullseye • Jordan, Jesse, Go! • Judge John Hodgman • International WatersLady to Lady • The Memory Palace • My Brother, My Brother and MeOh No, Ross & Carrie! • One Bad Mother • RISK! • SawbonesSong Exploder • Stop Podcasting Yourself • Throwing Shade • Wham Bam Pow

    Bullseye Bonus Content

    Bullseye MaxFunDrive 2014 — In 2013 we set sail on the inaugural Atlantic Ocean Comedy and Music Festival and gathered again in the bucolic wilderness of Lake Arrowhead again for MaxFunCon. Here are some videos to commemorate those events.

    "Kurt Braunohler at the 2013 Atlantic Ocean Comedy and Music Festival" (2014 - password: iamadonor2014)

    "Wyatt Cenac at the 2013 Atlantic Ocean Comedy and Music Festival" (2014 - password: iamadonor2014)

    "Maria Bamford at MaxFunCon 2013" (2014 - password: iamadonor2014)

    Bullseye MaxFunDrive 2013 — Maybe you weren't able to make it to the Poconos in person, or perhaps you'd like to relive the joy you felt when you saw these folks live. Either way, we hope you enjoy these videos from MaxFunCon East!

    "Hari Kondabolu Goes to a Weezer Show" (2013 - password: maximumfun)

    "Dwayne Kennedy at MaxFunCon East" (2013 - password: maximumfun)

    "Dick Cavett and Dave Hill in Conversation at MaxFunCon East" (2013 - password: maximumfun)

    Jordan, Jesse, Go! Bonus Content

    Jordan, Jesse, Go! MaxFunDrive 2014Jordan, Jesse, Go! MaxFunDrive 2013Jordan, Jesse, Go! MaxFunDay 2012Jordan, Jesse, Go! MaxFunDrive 2012Jordan, Jesse, Go! MaxFunDrive 2011

    Jordan, Jesse, Go! Marathon 2010 - Copy and paste this feed: http://maximumfun.org/maxfunmarathon.xml into iTunes to download all the segments, separated by guest (see above for RSS feed instructions)

    "Your Posture" (2012 - password: isupportmaxfun2012)

    "Mind Your Manners" (2011 - password: iamagreatperson)

    Judge John Hodgman Bonus Content

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    Lady to Lady Bonus Content

    Lady to Lady MaxFunDrive 2014

    The Memory Palace Bonus Content

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    "Alcohol and the Human Body" (2012 - password: isupportmaxfun2012)

    15 Minutes of MBMBaM LIVE in Austin (2012 - password: isupportmaxfun2012)

    "Dating Dos and Don'ts" (2011 - password: iamagreatperson)

    Oh No, Ross & Carrie Content

    Oh No, Ross & Carrie MaxFunDrive 2014

    One Bad Mother Bonus Content

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    Sawbones Bonus Content

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    Song Exploder Bonus Content

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    "A Case for Beer" (2012 - password: isupportmaxfun2012)

    "What Makes a Good Party" (2011 - password: iamagreatperson)

    Throwing Shade Bonus Content

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    —Huffduffed by wka

  6. Podcast #56 – Green or Red Curae « Blog – Stack Exchange

    Welcome to the Stack Exchange Podcast #56 recorded on Thursday, March 6th 2014, aka the 4th of Adar II 5774, aka the second day of Lent. Today’s podcast is sponsored by Patent Trolls of America. Today’s guest is Micah Siegel, Senior Patent Advisor at Stack Exchange and Professor Emeritus at Stanford.

    But first, Community Milestones!

    We’ve already talked at length about The Workplace, but it should be noted that the Workplace community has just graduated. They are now a fully-fledged site, so go check out their design!

    Arduino is our newest public beta site. (An Arduino is a tiny little computer board thing, according to Jay.) We’ve tried it in the past and didn’t have enough activity, but this iteration is looking much stronger and we’re excited to see where it will go. Also, March 29th is Arduino Day.

    At long, long last, Personal Finance & Money has graduated. We love money! Longtime beleaguered designer Jin finally has assistance on his design team, so we are working through the backlog of graduated site designs.

    To commemorate Money’s graduation, we’ve made it Community of the Week. Here are some of the cool questions we discussed:

    Best way to start investing for a young person just starting their career?

    In a competitive market, why is movie theater popcorn expensive?

    Why does gold have value?

    This site grew out of an SE 1.0 site on the same topic, and it’s therefore one of our oldest sites. Check it out!

    Next up, we have New Features. Or, we don’t, because we haven’t done anything, and David is demoted. Just kidding: we do!

    We added the ability to customize your list of communities in the top bar switcher.

    We made some tweaks to the close vote review queue on Stack Overflow in an attempt to get it down from approximately nine billion flags. You can also sort by tag (or type of close vote), which you could always do, but now it’s much more visible. Here’s how it works.

    Work is ongoing on our mobile apps, as always. Reminder: you can download our Android app or sign up to alpha test our iOS app.

    Okay! Let’s talk patents! (Jay loves them, but David says they’re the worst.) It’s been a year since we started the Ask Patents project. Joel walks us through why we got into this area in the first place, and we fixed the problem. Done. Solved! (Kinda.) It’s confusing, because code is both copyrightable and patentable. About 7% of the patent applications submitted to the USPTO are what we call problematic. We decided to pick out the ones we are most concerned about and post them on the site for our communities to peruse and choose prior art. Micah talks through how we chose the patent applications to post, and how it’s been going. (Fun fact: we are the first entity to get a YouTube video accepted as prior art!)

    By the way, here’s the Planet Money podcast Joel was talking about.

    We came up with a hack about six months ago to help us make this process scale. Instead of filling out the janky confusing form, we simply started emailing the relevant Ask Patents link directly to the patent examiner. Magic!

    So is it working? We’ve proven as far as we can tell that if we target a bad application and put enough eyes from Stack Overflow on it, we’ll get good prior art. We know how all of the numbers break down: exactly how many people on Stack Overflow have to see the bad software patent in order for us to get enough prior art that enough of it will be good enough prior art to trigger an email to the patent examiner.

    What can people do right now if they want to make a difference? Go find some prior art requests and post prior art to help us destroy some patents. (Also, you can follow Ask Patents on Twitter.)

    Micah is consulting for a few other companies on patent issues, so you can contact him if your company wants to pick his brain. He knows a lot about the current Supreme Court case that might outlaw software patents altogether (but not for a long time).

    Thanks for listening to Stack Exchange Podcast #56, sponsored by the Patent Trolls of America. See you next time!

    Podcast #56: Green or Red Curae [ 1:00:35 ] Download

    Filed under podcasts

    http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2014/03/podcast-56-green-or-red-curae/

    —Huffduffed by wka

  7. Seattle Before the iPhone #3 - Greg Robbins - The Record

    This episode was recorded 16 May 2013 live and in person at Omni’s offices overlooking Lake Union in Seattle.

    You can download the m4a file or subscribe in iTunes. (Or subscribe to the podcast feed.)

    Greg Robbins is Graphing Calculator co-author (a story you should already know about, that we don’t go over again) and has done such diverse things as bringing translucency to the Mac OS Drag Manager (way back in the ’90s), and writing an open source Objective-C library for Google Data APIs. You can follow Greg on Twitter.

    This episode is sponsored by Squarespace. Easily create beautiful websites via drag-and-drop. Get help any time from their 24/7 technical support. Create responsive websites — ready for phones and tablets — without any extra effort: Squarespace’s designers have already handled it for you. Get 10% off by going to http://squarespace.com/therecord. And, if you want to get under the hood, check out their APIs at developers.squarespace.com.

    This episode is also sponsored by Microsoft Azure Mobile Services. Mobile Services is a great way to provide backend services — syncing and other things — for your iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps. If you’ve been to the website already, you’ve seen the tutorials where you input code into a browser window. And that’s an easy way to get started. But don’t be fooled: Mobile Services is deep. You can write in your favorite text editor and deploy via Git. Regular-old Git, not Git#++. Git.

    Things we mention, in order of appearance (pretty much):

    Real Networks

    Graphing Calculator

    Google

    Ira Glass on Graphing Calculator

    Drag Manager Translucency

    Mac OS 7.5.3

    Drag Manager

    Alpha channels

    Quartz

    CopyBits

    Black and white displays

    68K computers

    PowerPC

    Blitting

    Desktop Pictures

    1995

    NeXT

    Omni

    Assembly language

    DTS

    Newton

    Teletypes

    Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science

    Apple II

    1979

    Mainframe

    Concentration

    Busboy

    Nolo Press

    ComputerLand

    Beagle Bros.

    Integer BASIC

    80-column cards

    Apple II Plus

    Apple II Technical Manual

    Homebrew computers

    RF Interference

    Apple II GS

    Non-Apple Machines

    6502 Assembly

    Missile Command

    1992

    NASA

    Neural networks

    Robert Hecht-Nielsen

    1980s

    Voice recognition

    Earth Observing System

    Goddard Space Flight Center

    comp.sys.mac

    Pascal

    C

    Macintosh Progammers Workshop (MPW)

    Lightspeed C / THINK C

    Lightspeed Pascal

    CodeWarrior

    PowerPC transition

    Toolbox

    Inside Mac

    Macintosh Programmers Toolbox Assistant

    QuickView

    Hypercard

    How to Write Macintosh software by Scott Knaster

    1990s

    eMate

    Apple QuickTake

    Secret About Box

    Easter eggs

    Breakout in 7.5

    Herman the Iguana

    Pointers

    Ron Avitzur

    Airplay

    Front Row

    Windows Vista

    Microsoft Office

    Adobe Photoshop

    Seattle

    RealPlayer

    1998

    Rob Glaser

    Macworld Conference

    Marching extensions

    Casady & Greene’s Conflict Catcher

    Carbon

    Cocoa

    2002

    WinAmp

    Appearance Manager

    Kaleidoscope

    Copland

    InternetWorld 1997

    OpenDoc

    Dave Winer

    Quickdraw GX

    Apple Open Collaborative Environment (AOCE)

    iCloud

    LLVM

    Instruments

    Microsoft Visual Studio

    ARC

    C#

    Xcode

    Eclipse

    QuickTime

    Project Builder

    Google Desktop

    Spotlight

    Google Maps for iOS

    2005

    Macintosh Business Unit (MacBU)

    RSS

    Google Reader

    Google Keep

    Self-driving cars

    Google Glass

    Big data

    Google Data APIs for Objective-C

    XML

    OAuth

    http://therecord.co/2014/01/31/greg_robbins

    —Huffduffed by wka

  8. Seattle Before the iPhone #2 - John Nack - The Record

    This episode was recorded 22 May 2013 live and in person at Adobe’s offices in Fremont in Seattle.

    You can download the m4a file or subscribe in iTunes. (Or subscribe to the podcast feed.)

    John Nack is Principal Product Manager, Adobe Digital Video. He has a blog (definitely worth reading, especially if you use Photoshop) and is @jnack on Twitter.

    This episode is sponsored by Microsoft Azure Mobile Services. One of the cooler features recently added is the ability to create custom APIs. Originally you were limited to standard operations on your database tables — but now you can design any API you want. This allows you to create a full REST/JSON API that’s tailored to your app, that works as efficiently as possible. (And it’s all in JavaScript. Mobile Services runs Node.js. Write your apps in your favorite text editor on your Mac.)

    Things we mention, in order of appearance (pretty much):

    Adobe

    LiveMotion

    Photoshop

    John’s Blog

    Kurt Vonnegut

    Granfalloons

    despair.com

    Cocoa

    64-bit

    Carbon 64-bit

    Unfrozen Cave Man

    Olive Garden

    South Bend, Indiana

    Tiramisu

    St. Sebastian

    Breadsticks

    Monkeys

    2005

    Movable Type

    DeBabelizer

    GifBuilder

    Anarchie

    1984

    Mac

    2001

    Algonquin Hotel

    Apple II

    PCjr

    ASCII Art

    Clip Art

    Googly Eyes

    Bill Atkinson

    MacPaint

    Rorschach Test

    Apple II GS

    Great Books

    Quadra 840AV

    Quadra Ad

    Director

    SuperCard

    Søren Kierkegaard

    Immanuel Kant

    Notre Dame

    Football

    Windows NT

    HTML

    New York City

    1998

    Flash

    Macromedia

    Illustrator

    Navy ROTC

    San Francisco

    GoLive

    NetNewsWire

    After Effects

    Thomas Knoll

    Camera Raw

    Photoshop Touch

    Germany

    Philistinism

    Perfectionism

    Volkswagen

    Carbon-dating

    Web Standards

    SVG

    CSS

    Gus Mueller

    Acorn

    Neven Mrgan

    Khoi Vinh

    Croatia

    Portland

    JDI

    Healing Brush

    Buck Rogers

    Creative Cloud

    Facebook

    Smugmug

    WWDC

    Jetta

    Ketchup

    Death-march

    Comic Book Guy

    John Gruber

    “If you see a stylus, they blew it.”

    Microsoft Surface

    Metro UI

    Rahm Emmanuel: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.”

    The Mythical Man-Month

    Content-Aware Fill

    Shawshank

    InDesign

    Adobe Magazine

    Nike

    PageMaker

    Postscript

    SLR

    Lightroom

    Black & Decker

    Dr. Evil

    Loren Brichter

    Instagram

    Kickstarter

    NGO

    Tumblr Acquisition

    Troy Gaul

    Blurb

    The Onion: Report: 98 Percent Of U.S. Commuters Favor Public Transportation For Others

    Data

    T-1000

    Syria

    MacApp

    Resource Manager

    John Knoll

    Industrial Light & Magic

    QuickTime

    OpenDoc

    Corba

    OLE

    SnapSeed

    Mac System 6

    Apple events

    AppleScript

    Audio Bus

    1992

    “The only time you should start worrying about a soldier is when they stop bitchin’”

    Alan Kay: “The Mac is the first computer good enough to be criticized.”

    TapBots

    Tweetbot 2

    Android

    Kai’s Power Tools

    Kai Krause

    Fremont

    RUN DMC

    Porsche Boxster

    Flavawagon

    Google Glass

    Robert Scoble

    http://therecord.co/2014/01/17/john_nack

    —Huffduffed by wka

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