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Pre-Katrina and Today, the Army Corps of Engineers Always Has the Final Say

This week, the New York Times Magazine featured John Barry and his brainchild, the lawsuit against 90 oil, gas and pipeline companies filed in New Orleans. Barry filed the unprecedented lawsuit while he was a commissioner with Southeast...Show More Summary

Focus More on Value Capture

Stefan Michel, professor at IMD, says your business should rethink how it captures value, not just how it creates it.

PlayStation Blogcast 138: Ripley, Believe It or Not

Today on the blogcast: hands-on impressions with Resident Evil, Vib-Ribbon, Alien: Isolation, and a heated discussion about spoiler culture. Plus new releases, listener letters, and more. Enjoy!

Iterate 75: Alex Johnston of Cook and OzTV

Alex Johnston of Cook and OzTV talks to Marc and Rene about getting into iOS app design, dealing with new screen sizes, densities, and scaling, and more! Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in RSS Download directly Follow on Twitter Guests Alex Johnston of Cook Hosts Marc Edwards of Bjango Rene Ritchie of Mobile Nations Feedback Yell at us on Twitter or leave a comment below.

Ramit Sethi on Persuasion and Turning a Blog Into a Multi-Million-Dollar Business

If you want detailed tactics and hilarity, Ramit Sethi is your man. Here one quote from this episode, to give you an idea: “Indian people don’t get punched, dude. We don’t get into fights. We’re doing spelling bees.” Ramit Sethi built his personal finance blog up to 500,000+ readers per month, and has since turned […]

Toadcast #306 – The Crumbscast

 This is called the Crumbscast for no better reasons than that I like the name and that it starts with a song called Crumbs, the new single by Jonnie Common. Given I’ve had to try and think up unique names for all of these bastard things anything which sounds good and has at least a […]

While HP splits up, married entrepreneurs build something together

2 weeks agoTechnology : GigaOM

New and old, married and divorced -- this week's show is all about extremes. We kick off discussing HP's decision to become two companies focused on very different things, and conclude…

Frotcast 224: ‘Gone Girl’ And Cool Girls With Jane Harrison, And That Time Bret Thought Ben’s Girlfriend Died

 Listenontheplayerabove,ordownloadasanmp3here (rightclick,saveas).SanFranciscocomedian JaneHarrison joinsusintheFrot-quarterstotalkGoneGirl (myreview)asdoesBen,andwhetherit’sthemostfeministmovieevermade,anMRA’s wetdream,orsomestrangecombinationofthetwo(sometakesonthisbymyself andLindyWest).

Mission Log 107: Star Trek TNG “The Big Goodbye”

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi :

The 12th episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation introduces "Dixon Hill" and the whole sub-genre of the holodeck malfunction episode. Listen to the Mission Log gang discuss "The Big Goodbye" in the latest podcast below. Mission Log 107 – “The Big Goodbye” (Star Trek: TNG Season 1, Episode 12) Captain Picard has some time […]

Why Former Chief Executive Garry Cook Deserves His Place in Man City History

There’s been seismic change at Manchester City since Sheikh Mansour's takeover in 2008. Perhaps no other club in world football can claim to have improved quite as much in recent times, moving from perennial underachievers to one ofShow More Summary

Ready to Promote New Holland Sustainable Farm Pavilion

The New Holland Bloggers. Sounds like it could be anything from a band to a social media team. New Holland does have a social media team but this group I’m talking about is made up of independent bloggers who were invited to Turin, Italy to learn about New Holland’s participation in Expo Milano 2015. You’ll get to meet them here... Read More


Caribou - "Silver". The silken reset was invented by a hacker in Yemen. The date isn't clear. One month the resets were as they had always been: crisp, jarring; the next month, some of them were silken. A silken...

AJ McCarron doesn’t like being quoted directly by the evil and twisted media

Don’t you just hate it when your exact words are directly quoted verbatim by reporters and used in stories? AJ McCarron does. The former Alabama quarterback and current Cincinnati Bengals benchwarmer had some stern words for his former team in the week after its first loss of the season. Show More Summary

Podcast: police phone hacking, Lib Dem tactics and vicious dogs

In this week’s issue, Fraser Nelson and Nick Cohen examine how police are using the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (Ripa) to run wild in the public’s mobile phone records. Like… Continue reading The post Podcast: police phone hacking, Lib Dem tactics and vicious dogs appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Is “Privacy and Security” Really Dead?

Click Here to Subscribe via iTunes Click Here to Subscribe via RSS Feed (non-iTunes feed) The one stat you need to know 86% of internet users have tried to use the internet in ways to minimize the visibility of their digital footprints. Show More Summary

BTXP 004: Do Pop-Ups (Really) Convert?

Pop-ups are a contentious issue for bloggers and website owners. Most people love to hate them. But the interesting thing is that almost all of the really successful websites and blogs out there use a pop-up in one form or another. In fact, some blog owners have even said that a good pop up was...

Podcast Unlocked: Assassin's Creed Unity (of Resolutions)

Ubisoft stirs up the "p" debate again...but this time they won't get much sympathy from us. Plus: Halo 5, Kingdom Hearts 3, and more!

Episode 574: The Buffalo Talk-Off

Today on the show: The story of a guy who tried to make something of himself by getting into a rough business. And the story of a time when the world went wild for debt.

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