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October 08 2013

08:38

The Tolkien Professor | Tolkien Chats

mp3 or .m4a (September 13, 2009) Tara Holste, On Masters and Servants - .mp3 or .m4a (October 1, 2009) Liz Bateman, On Tragedy and Sorrow - .mp3 or .m4a (May http://www.tolkienprofessor.com/wp/lectures/tolkien-chats/

June 25 2013

09:03

Novara: Series 1, Episode 10 - The English Riots – Addendum

On this week’s show Aaron Peters is joined by Corinne Dondee, a film student, and two students in further education, Aadam and Boston. They discuss issues of race in relation to the recent English Riots.
09:01

Novara: Series 1, Episode 9 - The English Riots

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by James Butler and Dan Hancox as they discuss the recent English riots.

January 10 2012

20:28

January 06 2012

12:38

Marcin Wichary: You Gotta Do What You Gotta Do (Full Frontal Conference 2011)

http://2011.full-frontal.org/schedule HTML is incredible and powerful. HTML is a mess. Marcin, a user experience designer at Google, will talk about the experience working on interactive doodles like Pac-Man, Jules Verne and Les Paul. How do we put together things that will be seen by hundreds millions of people? What did we get right? What did we learn the hard way? What rules were broken and what contraptions put together? (Oh, and make sure to bring your phones!)
12:33

Glenn Jones: Beyond the Page (Full Frontal Conference 2011)

http://2011.full-frontal.org/schedule The latest browser APIs now make it possible to redesign how your web pages interact with other applications. Web pages are too often little islands that fail to play well with the wider user interfaces of our devices. This talk will explore the possibilities from Drag and Drop to Web Intents, demonstrating how to make web pages more equal in the world of applications.
12:31

Nicholas Zakas: Scalable Javascript Application Architecture (Full Frontal Conference 2011)

http://2011.full-frontal.org/schedule Building large web applications with dozens of developers is a difficult task. Organising the engineers around a common goal is one thing, but organising your code so that people can work efficiently is another. Many large applications suffer from growing pains after just a few months in production due to poorly designed JavaScript with unclear upgrade and extension paths. Learn the tips, tricks, and techniques that allowed large sites such as My Yahoo! and the Yahoo! homepage to continue to grow, scale, and change over time without throwing away previous work. This talk isn’t specific to any JavaScript library, rather, it gives you new ways to apply the libraries you’re already using. The principles of good, loosely-coupled design apply to any system, and you’ll learn how this can help your application today.
12:29

Rik Arends: How We Architected Cloud9 Ide for Scale on Nodejs (Full Frontal Conference 2011)

http://2011.full-frontal.org/schedule Building and scaling a web based IDE is a big challenge, and doing this on Node.JS gave us a lot of unique challenges. Cloud9 is built using a full Ajax client, and besides Node.JS utilizes a full set of new HTML5 features and offline support. In this talk Rik will go through a quick demo of Cloud9 IDE, and then into the unique architecture and design decisions that we made to build Cloud9 IDE. This will be of interest to medium to advanced level programmers, who want to know more about Cloud9 IDE, Node.JS and scalable app development.
12:27

Marijn Haverbeke: Respectable Code-Editing in the Browser (Full Frontal Conference 2011)

http://2011.full-frontal.org/schedule The past few years have seen the rise and maturation of several full-blown in-browser code editors: CodeMirror, ACE (Cloud9), and Orion. No longer must we mortify users with huge, clunky text areas when they need to edit some CSS or script. This talk will go over the current state of JavaScript-based editors, and describe the implementation of CodeMirror in some depth.
12:25

Jeremy Ashkenas: Coffeescript Design Decisions (Full Frontal Conference 2011)

http://2011.full-frontal.org/schedule Although limited by what's possible to express in simple JavaScript, CoffeeScript tries to provide pieces of clear syntax that fit together in harmony. We'll dive into the rationale behind some of CoffeeScript's language choices to look at the trade offs involved, and both the why's and why not's.

January 01 2012

15:52

Year in Review: Science Stories of 2011 : NPR

From the tsunami-damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant to the end of NASA"s shuttle program, a great deal of science stories made headlines this year. Science writers Mariette DiChristina, Matt Crenson, Steven Levy, and Paul Raeburn join Ira Flatow to discuss the year's top stories in science. http://www.npr.org/2011/12/30/144485202/year-in-review-science-stories-of-2011
Tags: science npr 2011

May 20 2011

21:53

SXSW: How to live safely in a science fiction universe

From SXSW 2011: Charles Yu, author, discusses the themes of his sci-fi novel. http://schedule.sxsw.com/events/event_IAP000046

May 12 2011

05:56

OWC Radio #55 - New iMacs, Locationgate, and the Data Capping Debate | Other World Computing Blog

The new iMacs are out... Locationgate strikes iOS and AT&T's new data cap pricing structure went into effect Hear all the details and more on OWC Radio. http://blog.macsales.com/10134-owc-radio-55-new-imacs-locationgate-and-the-data-capping-debate

April 27 2011

21:15

Podcast #10 Sunshine. In Plymouth. In April. Never! | Tayloring it…

April 17 2011

15:52

BBC - Podcasts - Chequered Flag Formula 1

Lewis Hamilton chases down championship leader Sebastian Vettel to win a thrilling Chinese Grand Prix. David Croft and Anthony Davidson review the action and hear from Hamilton, Vettel, Webber, Button and Alonso.
Tags: bbc f1 2011

January 13 2011

20:26

Predictions For 2011, Part V: with Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock

"Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock joins us to outline his thoughts on 2011, which he first writes about in his post, Ten Economic And Investment Themes For 2011. But in this interview we get a bonus 11th theme . Mish is one of the - if not the - best economic blogger out there, a voice of sanity in all the madness. This is an excellent interview dealing in facts and fundamentals. The interview lasts an hour and gets better and better as it goes along ..." http://commoditywatch.podbean.com/2011/01/06/predictions-for-2011-part-v-with-mike-mish-shedlock/

January 09 2011

19:30

The Mad Hedge Fund Trader Interviews Charles Nenner in 2011

"[The] guest on Hedge Fund Radio this week is Charles Nenner of Charles Nenner Research in Amsterdam. Charles hails from Holland, and has a long career that includes stints at medical school, Merrill Lynch, Rabobank, and ten years at Goldman Sachs. He has spent three decades developing his proprietary Cycle Analysis System, which generates calls of tops and bottoms for every major market in the world." http://www.madhedgefundtrader.com/january-10-2011-charles-nenner.html

January 05 2011

19:55

HBR's 2011 Agenda

From http://blogs.hbr.org/ideacast/2010/12/hbrs-2011-agenda.html Featuring: Dan Ariely, A.G. Lafley, Lynda Gratton, Peter Cappelli, Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, Charlene Li, Tim Brown, Bob Sutton, Herminia Ibarra, Ed Schein, Jean-Francois Manzoni, and Daniel Pink. For more projects from thought leaders, check out the 2011 HBR Agenda.
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