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Ward Cunningham on "The Wiki Way" | To the best of our KNOWLEDGE
Before there was Wikileaks, before there was Wikipedia… Before there was Facebook and Twitter and blogs… there was a computer programmer named Ward Cunningham. He’s the guy who, back in 1995, invented the wiki. He also did something even more radical. He didn’t patent it. He passed up billions of dollars in potential revenue, because he believed the internet needed to be more democratic. And why did he invent the wiki in the first place?
wiki  webdev  wardcunningham  podcasts  to:fb 
september 2012 by deusx
Matt Mercier: The physics of triangles
Matt Mercier was failing high school physics, until he started dating a girl whose father was a physics teacher.
funny  podcasts  science  physics  dating 
november 2011 by deusx
SE Podcast #27 – Dave Winer - Blog – Stack Exchange
Right now, Dave’s working on a “magnificent symphony of software” – it’s the communication system he wants to use. It involves a minimal blogging tool with only RSS output (plus a dongle that will push the RSS to twitter, etc), a “River of News” aggregator, and an overarching tool for creating content that can be picked apart and included on other platforms.
social  rss  twitter  news  davewiner  tech  podcasts 
november 2011 by deusx
Coverville 815: The Roxy Music/Bryan Ferry Cover Story « Coverville
By request, a tribute to Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry. Get your prog-rock hat on!
podcasts  coverville  music  roxymusic  awesome 
november 2011 by deusx
The Best Podcast Manager for Android
There's no shortage of podcast managers for Android, but they run the gamut from simplistic to feature-rich. We tested a few, but found that DoggCatcher is the best option to find, download, and organize your podcasts on your Android phone. More »
android  podcasts  mobile 
november 2011 by deusx
NPR Podcast Directory
"Use this tool to build a custom podcast of various topics, musicians, personalities and NPR programs."
npr  podcasting  podcasts  audio 
june 2009 by deusx
Personal Effects: Sword of Blood : J.C. Hutchins: New Fiction And Author Updates
"Personal Effects: Sword of Blood is a free podcast-exclusive novella written by J.C. Hutchins, author of the 7th Son trilogy. It is a prequel to Hutchins’ print novel debut, Personal Effects: Dark Art."
jchutchins  podcasts  personaleffects  darkart  fiction 
may 2009 by deusx
Michigan Beer Scene
"Listen in as Craig and Jerry discuss what's new in the Michigan Beer Scene, chat with notable figures in Michigan Beer brewing and evaluate different Michigan Beers"
podcasts  beer  michigan 
october 2008 by deusx
CAG Foreplay #52: I'm That Guy
"Also in this episode, an interview with CAG MotzCTG who is one of the developers of this week's Xbox Live Arcade Game, Shred Nebula."
gaming  xbla  podcasts  shrednebula  shmups 
september 2008 by deusx
Radiolab » Earworms
"First, we asked you to tell us what song gets stuck in your head. Then, we asked you how you got it out. Finally, we made a podcast."
podcasts  earworms  wnyc  radiolab 
july 2008 by deusx
ITC.mySQL-RasmusLerdorf-2007.04.26.mp3 (audio/mpeg Object)
"Hear the story of the evolution of PHP from being a purely procedural language to its current state of a full-fledged object oriented language, from its creator Rasmus Lerdorf."
php  rasmuslerdorf  webdev  podcasts 
may 2008 by deusx
Announcing The Takeover! : The Murverse
"The Takeover is an audio drama that covers the merger between a web design company and Zombinc, a premier staffing service. Only, zombies run Zombinc, which causes for some workplace stress."
funny  podcasts  work  webdev 
may 2008 by deusx
amplificathon
"the amplificathon is a points-based podfic-creating challenge. podfics, in case you haven't heard, are audio recordings of fanfic."
podcasts  podcasting  fanfic  fiction 
march 2008 by deusx
Escape Pod » EP144: Friction
"Gruen was on the sixty-first master, and while his wisdom had grown steadily, he had worn very little. He was incredibly well-preserved–the palms of his three-fingered hands still sported the deep, swirling ridges that had worn to nothing in most peopl
fiction  scifi  podcasts 
february 2008 by deusx
Pipes: Page to Podcast
"This pipe extracts mp3 links from page, and makes Podcast."
podcasting  podcasts  pipes  rss  mp3 
january 2008 by deusx
Real Synthetic Audio
"Real Synthetic Audio is the most listened to Industrial net-radio show."
music  podcasts  rsa  synthpop  industrial 
january 2008 by deusx
Lorthyne's Podcast Review: 7th Son | Gamegrene.com
"This is the first of many reviews of my latest boredom-suppressing form of media: podcasts."
reviews  7thson  podcasts 
january 2008 by deusx
IPR : Irrational Public Radio - Podcast Episode Guide
"Our free podcast currently consists of 11 episodes, with more in the works."
podcasts  ipr  publicradio 
december 2007 by deusx
IT Conversations: Jeff Bonforte
"instead of a description of what he calls Telephone 3.0, he delivers an entertaining and typically forthright argument in favor of anger and its power to drive innovation."
podcasts  bonforte  yahoo  rants  anger  innovation 
september 2007 by deusx
NPR Podcast Directory
"NPR has an OPML of all their podcasts."
npr  podcasts  opml  via:dwiner 
august 2007 by deusx
KAMN Show #28: A Fire Upon the Deep
"Summer, David and Tim gather together to discuss Vernor Vinge’s Hugo Award-winning “A Fire Upon the Deep”, but first give an update on Joe Murphy."
podcasts  kamn  scifi  books 
may 2007 by deusx
Craig Maloney » Listening to podcasts
"Just got off the phone with a radio-research survey company. They asked me what my favorite radio station was. I told them “I listen to podcasts exclusively”."
podcasts  radio  podcasting 
march 2007 by deusx
aim_20070310.mp3 (audio/mpeg Object)
"Leda Cosmides, renowned pioneer of the controversial field evolutionary psychology, asks, 'Are We Already Transhuman?' Don't miss this Templeton Research Lecture recorded for All in the Mind at Arizona State University."
podcasts  allinthemind 
march 2007 by deusx
01000001
Binary code for ASCII 'A'. Hidden message extra embedded in an episode of J.C. Hutchins' 7th Son sci-fi podcast.
podcasts  7thson  01000001 
february 2007 by deusx
From WBEZ in Chicago | This American Life Podcasts
Fair enough: "Each podcast/downloadable episode is free for exactly one week, beginning the Monday after broadcast."
npr  pri  tal  radio  podcasts  thisamericanlife 
october 2006 by deusx
A 2006 Interview with Charles Stross
"Thanks to the fine folks at the BBC in Edinburgh, their international relations division in London and KQED's Howard Gelman, we had more than an hour of time to discuss genre, genres and the ties that bind them together for Stross."
stross  scifi  podcasts  interviews  audio 
september 2006 by deusx
Amanda UnBoomed: Amanda UnBoomed
Er... RocketBoom without Amanda Congdon?! Say again?
video  podcast  podcasts  rocketboom 
july 2006 by deusx
Advanced Audio Editing Techniques
In this session from the first Podcast Academy, Daniel Steinberg of O'Reilly Media's Distributing the Future podcast demonstrates some techniques for getting better sounding audio through post-production editing.
audio  oreilly  podcasts 
april 2006 by deusx
Web Service "Amazon S3" Gives Developers Simple Data Storage
Amazon's Adam Selipsky discusses Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service). The new web service provides pay-as-you-go data storage for web developers. More information is available today at aws.amazon.com/s3. (MP3, 5:03 mins.)
amazon  s3  webdev  podcasts 
april 2006 by deusx
GNC-2006-03-14.mp3
geek news central for 2006-03-14
podcasting  podcasts 
march 2006 by deusx
Here's an OPMLish podcast for you
'It's all about the draft OPML 2.0 spec and a few other things thrown in such as structured blogging, OPML tools, namespaces and microformats."
podcasts  opml 
march 2006 by deusx
BlogicBlog: View from the trenches: The techie way of liberating the podcast URL from iTunes
"Jon Udell is not happy about having to transcribe podcast URLs that iTunes displays, but does not allow to copy. While the general point about lock-in is good, here is a quick techie workaround in a meanwhile."
itunes  stanford  podcasts 
february 2006 by deusx
Scott Sigler’s Podcast Novels - The Bloodcast » Infection, T-minus 5 weeks
Massively slick production values on this podcast trailer for Scott Sigler's next upcoming run...
podcasts  scifi  horror  scottsigler 
february 2006 by deusx
Ancestor » Ancestor Claymation Movie!
"Oh my goodness, people, look at this amazing piece of work." Hah, this kid did a clamation animation of a scene from Ancestor. Totally Airwolf.
podcasts  ancestor  scottsigler  claymation 
january 2006 by deusx
Escape Pod » EP038: L’Alchimista
"You are willing to follow a recipe? So many chefs of your caliber think themselves above the direction of others." Awesome story of cooking as alchemy.
podcasts  fiction  scifi 
january 2006 by deusx
CURRY.COM: Adam Curry's Weblog
Wherein we learn of the *true* PodFather, Kevin Marks. "Wow, I stand corrected. Thanks to this posting I was able to find this video of Kevin Marks demoing an applescript downloading mp3 enclosures straight to his ipod."
podcasting  podcasts  applescript 
december 2005 by deusx
Spaceship Radio
"Here we play public domain Sci/Fi radio plays. Lost treasures from the '50s and 40s, written by Sci/Fi legends."
podcasts  scifi 
october 2005 by deusx
Roland Tanglao's Weblog: RSS Remixing - Podcast, Presentation and Links
"Check out the Remixing RSS podcast (12.9 MB MP3 file, 50 minutes and 43 seconds) of my RSS Remixing Presentation."
hackingfeeds  rss  syndication  podcasts 
september 2005 by deusx
The Bynk Zone: Parent your own kids!
"It's not my job, it's not Apple's job, it's not Britney Spears', Nomar Garciaparra's, Howard Stern's or anyone else's job to raise your kids. It's yours. Don't like it? Tough."
podcasts  apple  parenting 
july 2005 by deusx
del.icio.us/tag/system:filetype:mp3
This special tag causes the links to show up as enclosures in the RSS feed. Go-go gadget podcast!
delicious  podcasts  mp3  rss  syndication 
june 2005 by deusx
IT Conversations: Cory Doctorow - All Complex Ecosystems Have Parasites
"Cory Doctrow explains how the Internet, like all complex systems, includes parasitic elements that make use of resources in ways never intended by their providers."
podcasts 
may 2005 by deusx
Science Friday: Making Science Radioactive - Audio and Podcasting
"You've asked for it -- so we're going to give it a try. Introducing a podcast of Science Friday..."
podcasts  npr  radio 
may 2005 by deusx
IT Conversations: George Dyson - Von Neuman's Universe
Great podcast: "In this presentation from O'Reilly's Emerging Technology 2005, George Dyson, technology historian, presents a talk on Von Neumann's life as he was developing the foundations of computing at Princeton University during the 1930's, 40's and
podcasts  podcasting 
april 2005 by deusx

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