Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss common sense philosophy.
Cursing, Anthony Scaramucci, the alt-right’s shit aesthetic, Tony Fadell and Silicon Valley regrets, John G. Morris, Donald Trump draws the Manhattan skyline
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The quality of your outcome depends on the quality of your questions. Warren Berger discusses the importance of asking the right questions and …
Leslie K. John and Alison Wood Brooks, professors at Harvard Business School, say people in business can be more successful by asking more and better questions. They talk through what makes for a great question, whether you’re looking to get information or get someone to like you. They’re the coauthors of the article, “The Surprising Power of Questions,” in the May–June 2018 issue of Harvard Business Review.
My talk on the status of K-12 math education in the US and how it got that way. Given in San Luis Obispo, CA, on February 17, 2018 at the invitation of the local Sons of the American Revolution. If you want to skip the history and cut right to the Common Core part, it starts at 19:24, so then you only have to watch 11 minutes rather than a half hour!
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Hear from a German Enigma operator for the first time in the August 2016 episode of the Bletchley Park Podcast, Enigma from the other side.
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Many of us moved at a breakneck pace in 2005, and we’re bouncing right into a new year. Writer Carl Honore takes note of a movement aimed at urging us to chill out a little. He tells Debbie Elliott about his book In Praise of Slowness.
If you missed Recode and MSNBC’s interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook — our latest “Revolution” TV special aired yesterday, April 6 — or want to hear more, enjoy this extended audio interview, conducted by Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Chris Hayes.
The uncut interview — in this special episode of Swisher’s Recode Decode podcast — includes new material that didn’t air on TV, such as more on Apple’s education efforts, manufacturing, immigration and Cook’s advice to his younger self.
You can also find the full transcript of the interview here and full Recode coverage here.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook on education, privacy, Facebook and DACA at the Recode MSNBC ‘Revolution’ event
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