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  1. The Thinking Atheist - Podcasts - Why Evolution is True (with Dr. Jerry Coyne)

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    Assume Nothing. Question Everything. Challenge the Opposition. And Start Thinking.

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    http://www.thethinkingatheist.com/podcast/why-evolution-is-true-with-dr-jerry-coyne-1

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  2. Mac Power Users #264: Workflows with John Gruber - Relay FM

    Katie and David sit down with John Gruber of Daring Fireball to discuss the origins of his site, how he finds and publishes the news and how he uses his Mac and iOS.

    http://www.relay.fm/mpu/264

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  3. American Life - Car Plant

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  4. More than a currency, bitcoin is an enabling technology - O’Reilly Radar

    The promise of bitcoin and blockchain extends well beyond its potential disruption as a currency. In this Radar Podcast episode, Balaji Srinivasan, a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, explains…

    http://radar.oreilly.com/2015/02/more-than-a-currency-bitcoin-is-an-enabling-technology.html

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  5. Episode 33: The Asymco Trilogy With Horace Dediu Part 3 - The Asian Cars Edition by analyseasia | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    Episode 33: The Asymco Trilogy With Horace Dediu Part 3 - The Asian Cars Edition

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    published on 2015/05/25 23:01:12 +0000

    Horace Dediu, current fellow of the Clayton Christensen Institute and founder of Asymco.com joined us for an epic and insightful discussion focusing on few key interesting topics: (a) new market disruption theories, (b) Apple in China and the luxury market and (c) the Japanese automotive industry and how it shapes up against disruption from Tesla, Uber and Apple. In the last and final part of the trilogy, Horace discussed the Japanese automotive industry, and provided interesting insights into how Japanese car culture contrasts against the European and US counterparts. Using the innovator’s stopwatch framework, Horace explained the challenges on how Tesla, Google, Uber and Amazon could disrupt the car industry, and provide some thoughts on what approach Apple might take on creating the car if they are doing it.

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  6. 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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  7. Episode 31 The Asymco Trilogy With Horace Dediu 1 - New Market Disruption by analyseasia | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    Episode 31

    The Asymco Trilogy With Horace Dediu 1 - New Market Disruption

    by analyseasia

    published on 2015/05/19 05:43:31 +0000

    Horace Dediu, current research fellow of the Clayton Christensen Institute and founder of Asymco.com joined us for an epic and insightful discussion focusing on few key interesting topics: (a) new market disruption theories, (B) Apple in China and the luxury market and (c) the Japanese automotive industry and how it shapes up against disruption from Tesla, Uber and Apple. In the first of the trilogy, Horace discussed the origins of Asymco.com and also why he has used Apple as the lens to understand innovation and technology disruption. We also traced back to other Apple-like companies in the past such as Sony in Asia, and look at how Apple and Pixar has displayed a different kind of "DNA" against innovative companies in the past. Last but not least, we discussed the evolution and future of Google and where it might lead them to.

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  8. PYP 002: Cathy Fisher: Straight Up Food - Plant Yourself

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    Cathy Fisher’s food blog, StraightUpFood.com, is a popular and delicious source of plant-based recipes.

    In this interview Cathy talks about her transition to plant-based eating and her experience supporting and witnessing health transformations in her role as cooking teacher for True North and the McDougall Program.

    Related PostsPYP 014: Cathy Fisher on Straight Up FoodPYP 034: Tamasin Noyes: Grills Gone VeganPYP 094: Karen Page on the Secret Reason to Go Plant-Based: Flavor

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  9. PYP 001: Lindsay Nixon: The Happy Herbivore - Plant Yourself

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    In this first Pant Yourself Podcast episode, Howard has a lovely chat with the Happy Herbivore, Lindsay Nixon, about her transition to a whole-foods plant based diet, her evolution from kitchen klutz to accomplished cookbook author, and the Happy part of being plant-pure and strong.

    Related PostsPYP 091: Heather Crosby on the Courage to Become HealthyPYP 004: Char Nolan: It’s Never Too LatePYP 003: Chef Del Sroufe: Better Than Vegan

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  10. Zeldman and Gruber

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