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February 27 2014

18:20

February 25 2014

17:07

February 23 2014

08:58

February 20 2014

22:11

February 18 2014

20:16

February 14 2014

15:55

The past, present and future of email

It’s been around for over 40 years and is something we all use but take for granted. Email, it may not be as sophisticated as some of our newer social technologies, but in 2013 it’s estimated that there were over 2.4 billion users worldwide. But as the volume of messages increases what does it mean for the future of our already bulging inboxes? http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/futuretense/the-past2c-present-and-future-of-email/5237670

February 12 2014

19:14

Pundits, Hacks and Wonks | Grammar Grater | Minnesota Public Radio News

Grammar Grater™ is a weekly podcast about English words, grammar and usage for the Information Age. http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/podcasts/grammar_grater/archive/2009/04/23/
00:04

5by5 | Back to Work #158: Merlin-Sized Hole

TOPIC: Why We Have Doors. http://5by5.tv/b2w/158

February 06 2014

08:32

5by5 | Back to Work #157: Non-Dominant Hand

TOPIC: The Spreadsheet of You http://5by5.tv/b2w/157

February 01 2014

09:09

5by5 | Back to Work #33: The Hypocrite You Can Live With

Merlin Mann and Dan Benjamin have a totally natural emotional reaction to the unreasonable demands they place on themselves after reading The Spongebob Report. Maybe they wouldn't have offended non-ex-Marines if they had just taken some time and consulted http://5by5.tv/b2w/33

January 30 2014

13:43

Arthur C. Clarke’s Technologies

In our previous episode, we introduced Arthur C. Clarke, the amazing man and science fiction writer. Today we’ll be discussing his legacy and ideas on space exploration. You’ll be amazed to hear how many of the ideas we take for granted were invented or just accurately predicted by Arthur C. Clarke.

January 29 2014

12:37

#082: How to Keep Your Team Aligned During Times of Intense Change | Michael Hyatt

The key to keeping your team aligned in the midst of change or chaos is communication. Unfortunately, most leaders are not intentional about this. http://michaelhyatt.com/082-how-to-keep-your-team-aligned-during-times-of-intense-change-podcast.html

January 28 2014

20:42

5by5 | Back to Work #90: Quit!™

TOPIC: Sleep and How to Get It http://5by5.tv/b2w/90

January 25 2014

17:39

5by5 | Back to Work #31: You Can Polish AC/DC All Day Long

With Dan on sabbatical, Merlin is joined by John Roderick of The Long Winters to talk about life as a bull in a china closet, craving real-world constraints, making better records, and being banned for life from Interpol's corn chip bowl. http://5by5.tv/b2w/31

January 16 2014

09:36

David Weinberger on knowledge

David Weinberger, senior researcher at Harvard Law’s Berkman Center for the Internet & Society and Co-Director of the Harvard Library Innovation Lab at Harvard Law School, discusses his new book entitled, “Too Big to Know: Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren’t the Facts, Experts Are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room Is the Room.” According to Weinberger, knowledge in the Western world is taking on properties of its new medium, the Internet. He discusses how he believes the transformation from paper medium to Internet medium changes the shape of knowledge. Weinberger goes on to discuss how gathering knowledge is different and more effective, using hyperlinks as an example of a speedy way to obtain more information on a topic. Weinberger then talks about how the web serves as the “room,” where knowledge seekers are plugged into a network of experts who disagree and critique one another. He also addresses how he believes the web has a way of filtering itself, steering one toward information that is valuable. http://surprisinglyfree.com/2012/02/21/david-weinberger/

January 15 2014

20:13

5by5 | Back to Work #154: Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys

TOPIC: The Attention Stack This week, Dan and Merlin talk about—what?—maybe the attention stack. How what we pay attention to (and, yes spend our time on) can't help but affect how we see, think, feel, and decide. Not happy with any of those things? Start working your way down the stack. http://5by5.tv/b2w/154

January 11 2014

15:02

5by5 | Back to Work #42: Coconut Headphones

This week Dan and Merlin talk about asking good questions instead of massaging your real problem until it fits the comforting solution you found on the cover of a magazine. http://5by5.tv/b2w/42

January 08 2014

15:07

5by5 | Back to Work #115: Invitation to a Blame Party

TOPIC: Fixing the Culture of Meetings http://5by5.tv/b2w/115
14:38

BBC Forum: Hands

Some say that the hand is where the mind meets the world. So what happens if you lose a hand? What are the options for a replacement? And the power of the human hand to create music out of chaos: how does a conductor communicate his musical vision to an orchestra. Bridget Kendall's guests are: prof. Simon Kay, a surgeon based in Leeds, who performed the first hand transplant in the UK; New Zealander Lynette Jones, Senior Research Scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who studies tactile sensations; and Sakari Oramo, a Finnish musician who recently became the Chief Conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
00:08

5by5 | Back to Work #153: Anxiety's a Goat

TOPIC: The Thoughts We Think. http://5by5.tv/b2w/153
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