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February 24 2014

21:13

5by5 | Build and Analyze #20: Dev and Taxes

Dan and Marco talk about version control, keeping track of business finances, knowing when to hire help, and more. http://5by5.tv/buildanalyze/20
20:45

TMS 040: Turning Your Customers Into Better Writers With Nathan Kontny | Think, Make, Sell.

TMS 040: Turning Your Customers Into Better Writers With Nathan Kontny http://thinkmakesell.com/2014/02/tms-040-turning-customers-into-better-writers-nathan-kontny/

February 16 2014

15:33

5by5 | Build and Analyze #54: Snob Blend

Dan and Marco discuss inverted Aeropresses, what Marco would do if he were in charge of Starbucks, app marketing responses and being featured in the App Store, avoiding creepy mobile analytics, and static blogging engines.
15:31

5by5 | Build and Analyze #49: I Just Boil It

Dan and Marco discuss the developer implications of apps on TVs, more Apple TV analysis, shovelware, Codify for iPad, Dan's new AeroPress, and whether Marco's upcoming baby will require a minivan. http://5by5.tv/buildanalyze/49
15:29

5by5 | Build and Analyze #34: My Best Dan Benjamin Impression

Dan and Marco discuss Lion's release, the possibly painful transition period of apps supporting Lion's new features, Lion's sandboxing and security, Marco's AeroPress procedure, and yesterday's updates to the MacBook, Cinema Display, and Mac Mini. http://5by5.tv/buildanalyze/34

February 12 2014

05:05

5by5 | Build and Analyze #65: An Accountant Knows Where To Put It

Build and Analyze A weekly news and discussion show about the world of iPhone, iPad, iOS, and mobile web development. Hosted by Marco Arment and Dan Benjamin. RSS Feed  •  iTunes  •  Sponsor  •  http://5by5.tv/buildanalyze/65

February 05 2014

21:41

5by5 | The Pipeline #57: Aaron Hillegass

Aaron Hillegass joins Dan Benjamin to discuss writing, his path as an entrepreneur, Apple, NeXT, Steve Jobs, speaking, conferences, monastic developers, and more. http://5by5.tv/pipeline/57

February 04 2014

05:50

Translational Global Health

Translational Global Health facilitates the translation of findings from basic science to practical applications in Global Health practice and, thus, meaningful health outcomes for diverse populations and societies. http://blogs.plos.org/globalhealth/?utm_content=buffer4669b&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
05:49

Translational Global Health

Translational Global Health facilitates the translation of findings from basic science to practical applications in Global Health practice and, thus, meaningful health outcomes for diverse populations and societies. http://blogs.plos.org/globalhealth/?utm_content=buffer4669b&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

February 03 2014

01:36

5by5 | Build and Analyze #88: Things Are Pretty Here

Dan and Marco revisit text editors and discuss clicky tenkeyless keyboards and ergonomics, the Mac App Store's sandboxing issues, designing apps with stock UIKit widgets, foreign App Store reviews, and some of Instapaper's feature decisions including non- http://5by5.tv/buildanalyze/88

January 14 2014

19:46

5by5 | The Pipeline #49: Philip Elmer-DeWitt

Philip Elmer-DeWitt, 30-year magazine veteran, joins Dan Benjamin to discuss writing, technology, apple, and the changing world of online publishing. http://5by5.tv/pipeline/49

January 12 2014

15:30

5by5 | The Changelog #116: Node Black Friday at Walmart with Eran Hammer

Andrew and Adam talk with Eran Hammer about Node.js and Black Friday at Walmart. http://5by5.tv/changelog/116

January 04 2014

15:48

Developing Australia - Rear Vision - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

This month, federal and state governments bowed to public pressure and abandoned plans to privatise the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme. Rear Vision looks at the history of government involvement in Australia's big projects. http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/rearvision/developing-australia/3328986

December 28 2013

17:27

This Spanish developer helped rebuild Lima and now he’s betting big on remaking Detroit | Public Radio International

December 22 2013

09:20

The Pipeline #57: Aaron Hillegass

Aaron Hillegass joins Dan Benjamin to discuss writing, his path as an entrepreneur, Apple, NeXT, Steve Jobs, speaking, conferences, monastic developers, and more. http://5by5.tv/pipeline/57

December 18 2013

23:56

5by5 | Build and Analyze #9: Brew and Analyze

Dan and Marco discuss programming languages and online resources for iOS developers, as well as coffee brewing techniques. http://5by5.tv/buildanalyze/9

December 11 2013

19:49

5by5 | The Changelog #105: Ghost blogging platform with John O'Nolan

Andrew and Adam talk with John O'Nolan about his open source blogging platform Ghost written in JavaScript (Node.js), and how he and his team are working hard to create this beautifully designed platform dedicated to one thing: Publishing. http://5by5.tv/changelog/105
19:47

5by5 | The Changelog #112: Foundation 5 with Jonathan Smiley and Mark Hayes

Andrew and Adam talk with Jonathan Smiley and Mark Hayes from ZURB about Foundation 5 and their new email framework project Ink. http://5by5.tv/changelog/112
17:46

5by5 | The Changelog #114: RethinkDB with Slava Akhmechet

Andrew talks with Slava Akhmechet, the Co-Founder and CEO of RethinkDB. http://5by5.tv/changelog/114
09:22

Africa: Post-Mandela

After Mandela, a look at the challenges and opportunities of sub-Saharan Africa.

Guests

Sean Jacobs, editor of the blog Africa is a Country. Assistant professor of international affairs at the The New School’s Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy. Editor, “Thabo Mbeki’s World: The Politics and Ideology of the South African President.” (@AfricaIsACountry)

Vera Songwe, World Bank country director for Senegal, Cape Verde, Gambia, Mauritania and Guinea-Bissau and lead economist. Non-resident fellow at the Brookings Institution’s Africa Growth Initiative.

Mike Obel, markets editor for the International Business Times. (@MikeObel)

From Tom’s Reading List

Wall Street Journal: Mandela’s Death Takes Heat Off Zuma – “It is a sharp turnabout for a president who has been under fire during much of his nearly five years in office. The most recent public flap relates to a probe by the government’s anticorruption watchdog into a $20 million security upgrade at his rural home in the village of Nkandla, in KwaZulu-Natal province. South African lawmakers accuse the president of lying about the upgrades and have threatened a motion of impeachment if the watchdog, the Public Protector, finds that Mr. Zuma used public money for nonsecurity improvements at his home.”

Foreign Affairs: A Cure for Africa’s Common Cold — “The main challenge is coalescing political will to do the job. Despite its tremendous burden on affected societies, malaria, in the most heavily infected places, is considered a ‘relatively minor malady,’ in the words of a 2003 World Health Organization (WHO) report. That might seem counterintuitive, but it is a matter of simple risk perception. In places such as Malawi, where the average rural villager receives hundreds of bites from malaria-infected mosquitoes a year, a child might suffer 12 episodes of malaria before the age of two.”

The Atlantic: Is China Transforming Africa? – “There are both very positive and negative aspects to the Chinese presence in Africa. I think arguments that China’s involvement in Africa is a form of neo-colonialism are both simplistic and prejudiced, but there also plenty of people looking at Chinese economic and political ties to Africa through rose-tinted glasses. It is certainly refreshing for African countries to deal with an enthusiastic new global player with deep pockets and little interest in pushing an ideology. It is up to African political and business leaders to make sure that their own countries do not get a raw deal.”

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