On the TWIT.tv site, in their FLOSS weekly podcast, Jacob Kaplan-Moss is interviewed about the origins and design of the Django project by famed Perl guru Randal Schwartz while both recently attended OSCON. (Sadly, the audio seems to only be available in encumbered MP3 — we need more audio published in free formats like OGG!). Read about the episode and download the MP3 here.
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Recalling the corporation
“The corporation, as we know it, has passed its expiration date.” — Nick Carr, SuperNova, 22-July-2007
Heard on IT Conversations Podcast, “Technology’s Potential to Reshape Business” with Chris Meyer
Listening last week to… April 5, 2008
Backdating this post a bit, as I didn’t get it posted yesterday,…
In Fresh Ubuntu, Harlem and Peter lead off this week with a conversation with Michael Ramm about productivity and GTD in “Michael from Blackbelt Productivity.”
PyCon2007 had a good and a not-so-good set of audio recordings: “Python and wxPython for Experimental Economics” was quite interesting, though there wasn’t as much deep programming insights as an interesting diversion about experimental economics. “Iterators in Action” (slides) was a flop, though. The recording was in the back of an echoing hall, and cut off in a little less that twelve minutes. I’ll ping the organizers to find out if that can be resampled.
Clay Shirky talks to Moira Gunn on Tech Nation “Here Comes Everyone.” Clay did one of my favorite presentations of all times, audio available on IT Conversations and a white paper here. Clay’s got a new book out and he’s marking the rounds of the media. I heard him on “On the Media” last week.
Tim Spaulding talks with Jon Udell about LibraryThing. in Jon’s “Interviews with Innovators” series on IT Conversations. I mention LibraryThing two years ago on this blog, and have been a regular visitor to the site. They continue to come up with intriguing features and make browsing through the stacks a lot of fun.