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UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, has issued a dire warning about the state of international cooperation. The long-standing international order, he says, is dividing and that threatens future global stability. So, are his concerns valid? How is the international order likely to change over coming decades? And what practical steps can be taken to reinforce the global rule of law?
Rick Nucci is the Co-Founder & CEO @ Guru, the knowledge management platform that delivers everything you need so you can spend less time searching and more time doing. To date, Rick has raised over $38m with Guru from some of the best in the business including Thrive, Emergence Capital, Firstmark, Slack and Salesforce. Prior to Guru, Rick was the Founder of Boomi, which defined and led a new segment as the first-ever cloud integration platform-as-a-service. Boomi was ultimately acquired by Dell...more
Stories from this week: Trump demands Apple unlock iPhones: ‘They have the keys to so many criminals and criminal minds’ How to FBI-proof your encrypted iPhone backups Can Apple live up to Apple’s privacy ads? Apple rejects AG Barr’s claim that it didn’t assist with Pensacola shooting probe The FBI has asked Apple to unlock another shooter’s iPhone Senator asks Jeff Bezos for more information on Saudi-linked hack Saudi Arabian prince reportedly hacked Jeff Bezos’ phone with malicious WhatsApp ...more
Motown Records helped create the soundtrack for a generation. And no group at that famous label was more iconic than The Supremes, both for their sound, and for their groundbreaking glamour. This week, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk to Mary Wilson of The Supremes about her days at Motown, and how the group became international ambassadors representing an entire community. Jim and Greg also review new records from the Southern rock band Drive-By Truckers and indie singer-songwriter Torres....more
This week: it’s not your imagination, Apple changed AirPods Pro and it made them worse—we’ll tell you what’s going on… Plus: a new report says Apple caved to FBI pressure to keep your iCloud backups less safe. And stay tuned to hear about about Tim Cook’s favorite new… shower tech? Rub a dub dub yaaaaaaaall! And stick around for our favorite new Netflix shows and crack pipes in an all-new What We're Into. This episode supported by Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace...more
It's winter (duh). Long nights, cold days, and, for much of the country, snow. But should we be cowering inside or embracing it? This week on Spark, we look at how public design and personal mindset can allow us to make the most—and even get excited by—winter. Isla Tanaka, Edmonton's WinterCity planner, explains how her city is helping patios stay open all year, keeping parks accessible, and using urban design to mitigate darkness and wind. Michele Acuto, Professor of Global Urban Politics at...more
Numa Perrier and Tiffany Tenille, the director and star of the new Netflix film Jezebel, talk with Recode's Kara Swisher about Perrier's real-life experience as an online sex worker in the 1990s and turning that into a movie. They also discuss how the rise of digital filmmaking has opened doors for directors of color like Perrier, how Tenille educated herself about life on the early internet, and how state and local regulators wrestled with the rise of digital peep shows. Plus: How the internet ...more
As we transition to our new host Manoush Zomorodi, Guy Raz looks back on some of his favorite episodes from his seven years hosting the TED Radio Hour. This episode originally aired on June 27, 2014. When is copying flattery, when is it thievery, and when is it sheer genius? In this hour, TED speakers explore how sampling, borrowing, and riffing make all of us innovators.
The cat parasite Toxoplasma gondii boosts curiosity in mice—which makes mice more likely to be caught by cats, thus continuing the parasite’s life cycle. Karen Hopkin reports.
William and Victor talk about using the Apple Watch to get rewards at the gym, what's going on with WhatsApp, hacking, and iCloud encryption, and more on the AppleInsider Podcast.
Follow-up: That's the Microsoft logo, you fools Redesigning the Windows Logo Removing the Dropbox Finder extension System Preferences → Extensions → Dropbox → Finder Extension Pro Display XDR display profiles Aerial screensaver Logitech G305 mouse review Pacifist Jonathan Mann on his post-WWDC song Front and Center update Marco's iMac Pro update Apple acquiesces to the FBI regarding encrypted iCloud backups? Gruber's initial reaction Gruber on Tim Cook on Der Spiegel Apple on end-to-e...more
Barry O’Reilly of Black Tulip Technology discusses Antifragile Architecture, an approach for designing systems that actually improve in the face of complexity and disorder. Host Jeff Doolittle spoke with O’Reilly about the characteristics of antifragility and the nature of complexity in software systems and business environments. Various processes and practices were discussed for applying the […]
Vlad Magdalin (@callmevlad) might just be the most principled founder I've had on the podcast. "When it came to making hard decisions, I've leaned more on my morality rather than my business sense. That's what I regret the least." Sticking to his heart has paid off. Not only has he built a company that's changing and improving lives by the millions, but he's also grown it to millions in revenue and 155 employees. In this episode Vlad and I talk about the ups and downs of raising money from inves...more
Bitcoin is moving sideways after a nice run up and a bit of a pull back. Are we positioning for the big bull run many are hoping will happen as the halving approaches? A new bill in congress could have massive impact on Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies. Does it stand a chance of passing and becoming law? And a company famous for a very well-known beer brand is moving big into the gaming space, with plans for their own cryptocurrency. Will you want a twist of lime with their ...more
Special guest Glenn Fleishman returns to the show. Topics include iPhone encryption, the privacy implications of widely-available reverse image search for faces, deep-learning-powered algorithmically-generated faces, and Jeopardy’s “Greatest of All Time” tournament. Sponsored by: Clear: Get through security even faster. Get your first 2 months free with code talkshow. Squarespace: Make your next move. Use code talkshow for 10% off your first order. Hover: Find a domain name for your passion....more
First, we talk with Joseph Menn over at Reuters about his exclusive report. Apple reportedly dropped plans for encrypting iCloud backups after the FBI complained.Then, we chat with Joseph Cox of Vice about the alleged hacking of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos's iPhone by the Saudi crown prince.Afterward, we have a chat with Tanya Basu of MIT Technology Review about the Human Screenome Project — would you want to take a screenshot of your phone every five seconds for science?Finally, Jason and Mikah round...more
If you: do laundry, are (or have been) pregnant, tidy up, shop for your household or do similar labor, then by GDP standards, you're unproductive. In this visionary talk, economist Marilyn Waring seeks to correct the failures of this narrow-minded system, detailing why we deserve a better way to measure growth that values not just our own livelihood but the planet's as well.
Don Gavin is a stand-up comedian and actor. His album "Don Gavin: Live with a Manhattan" will be available for the first time to stream on January 24.
What is User Research? And why is it so important? In the debut of our 4 part series, Xuan Yue guides us through her unique journey getting involved with User research from community involvement with Livepeer in an opensource design environment. The remaining episodes will dive deeper into the UX research process when it comes to utilizing qualitative and quantitative research, the cognitive biases we need to be mindful of, and how to gain in person context for real world feedback.
There’s not a lot of love for Solskjaer after Manchester United’s home humbling to Burnley at Old Trafford. But we are singing the praises of Gabriel Martinelli, Ricardo Pereira and Gary Rowett. Plus there’s the prospect of Ederson on pens and Lejeune’s killer instinct.RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Man Utd 0-2 Burnley (02m 30s) • PART 2: Chelsea 2-2 Arsenal (13m 30s)• PART 3a: Aston Villa 2-1 Watford, Bournemouth 3-1 Brighton & Leicester 4-1 West Ham (23m 00s)• PART 3b: Tottenham 2-1 Norwich, Sh...more