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January 14 2012

18:43

11- Mark Frauenfelder - Making Social Currency

Mark Frauenfelder Editor-in-Chief of MAKE magazine and editor at boingboing.net joins Bryan to discuss Mark's book Made by Hand: My Adventures in the World of Do-It-Yourself and whatever else moves across their minds. http://askbryan.com/thepodcast/11-mark-frauenfelder-making-social-currency.html

January 03 2012

20:32

Apps For Kids 002: Robot Wants Kitty - Boing Boing

Jane and Mark review the platformer, Robot Wants Kitty.

March 22 2011

18:56

Evernote Podcast #26

In this episode, we talk about the recent updates to iPhone and Android, and our experiments with video Q&As using Vyou.com. Also, we have a very special interview with Mark Frauenfelder of BoingBoing and Make Magazine.

March 11 2011

23:55

Technology Bytes Radio: Interview With Mark Frauenfelder

Interview with Mark Frauenfelder, co-founder of bOING bOING and editor-in-chief of MAKE magazine. Mark joined us to discuss his book MADE BY HAND: Searching for Meaning in a Throwaway World.
23:53

Interview with Timothy Leary biographer John Higgs

An interview with John Higgs, author of the biography, I HAVE AMERICA SURROUNDED: THE LIFE OF TIMOTHY LEARY http://www.archive.org/details/leary_higgs
23:51

Podcast 26: Mark Frauenfelder, Creator of Boing Boing

Tom Dziubek and Flexo speak with Mark Frauenfelder, the creator of Boing Boing and the editor-in-chief of the MAKE magazine. Frauenfelder also writes for Credit.com, and within this interview he shares details about some of this website’s new services including http://www.consumerismcommentary.com/podcast-26-mark-frauenfelder-boing-boing/

June 30 2010

11:55

Mark Frauenfelder, Founder of BoingBoing and Author of Made By Hand: Interview on The Sound of Young America | Maximum Fun

Mark Frauenfelder is the founder of the seminal zine and blog BoingBoing, the editor of Make Magazine, and the author of the new book Made By Hand: Searching for Meaning in a Throw-Away World, about the pleasure of making things yourself.​ In 2003, Frauenfelder, his wife and two small children moved to a remote island in the South Pacific. They hoped to escape modern life, but they found that they were instead isolated and beset by health problems. When they returned, four and a half months later, Frauenfelder considered what he really enjoyed about his trip, and realized it was working with his daughter on the laborious process of preparing coconuts to be eaten. He resolved to make more. In Made By Hand, he writes about the movement towards "making," and about his own efforts. He got rid of his lawn to plant food, started whittling his own spoons and making cigar-box ukeleles, among other activities. He found that what he was looking for when he moved to the South Pacific was available to him right in Southern California. http://www.maximumfun.org/sound-young-america/mark-frauenfelder-founder-boingboing-and-author-made-hand-interview-sound-young-
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