TCLP 2011-09-25 Membership and Differences in Community (Fixed)

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

Update: A listener brought to my attention a couple of spots in this episode’s audio that were very problematic. I have fixed the original audio and reposted for anyone who hasn’t yet listened to the episode.

The hacker word of the week this week is Flyspeck 3.

The feature this week is a discussion of some of my recent experiences with communities and the questions they raise.

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TCLP 2011-08-03 Monologue: AI in Fiction

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

There is no hacker word of the week this week.

The feature this week is a monologue examining the treatment of artificial intelligence in science fiction.

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TCLP 2011-07-27 Monologue: Social Spaces III

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There is no hacker word of the week this week.

The feature this week is a monologue re-visiting the topic of social spaces.

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TCLP 2011-07-13 Monologue: Serendipity

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

Listener feedback this week was from David about my frustrations over iTunes with my newer podcast and Charles in response to my quick review of The Net Delusion, in response to which I still urge interested listeners to check out Cory Doctorow’s much more in-depth critic.

The hacker word of the week this week is flippy.

The feature this week is a monologue examining the value of serendipity, in response to a request from my good friend, John Taylor Williams.

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TCLP 2011-06-30 Monologue: Hack Your World

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

The hacker word of the week this week is flavor.

The feature this week is a monologue, as suggested by Don, exploring the dictum with which I close every show: hack your world. I mention Oxblood Ruffin’s recent interview in which he so well defines hacktivism. I mention the book my reaction against which set my on this larger course.

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TCLP 2011-05-11 Monologue: 2nd Adopters

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

Listener feedback this week was from R.Ash who posted a comment in response to my rant on the innovation tax.

The Hacker Word of the Week is flat.

The feature this week is a monologue exploring the notion of 2nd adopters. Thanks to my friend, and co-host of Living Proof, John Taylor Williams for suggesting the topic.

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TCLP 2011-02-16 Post Peak Computing

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

In the intro, I urge you to help listener Nick pitch a talk about his journal at the unconference, on Sunday, that will be part of Students for Free Culture this weekend.

The hacker word of the week this week is FIXME.

The feature this week is a monologue positing an answer to listener Jed’s question about the shape of computing in a post peak resource world. In the feature, I mention the Wired’s brief article on peak everything and Wikipedia article on bioplastics.

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TCLP 2011-01-05 Monologue: Confessions of an Autodidact

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

Thanks to Terry and Robert for their generous donations over the hiatus. In the intro, I also attend to some other matters relating to the financial support of the podcast.  Here is the article by Audrey Waters at ReadWriteWeb that I mentioned about flattr’s new direction donations.

Listener feed back this week was about my interview with Jon “The Nice Guy” Spriggs and cchits.net.  Mike from the Creative Commons left a comment with some clarifications and a bit of trivia.  Tony from the band Broken Cities shared how the interview led him to connect with Jon and with some other music podcasters besides.

The hacker word of the week this week is FISH queue.

The feature this week is a monologue in which I share my confessions as an autodidact.  It is similar in style to the monologue that shared my habits as an infovore.

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TCLP 2010-12-01 The Zombie Apocalypse

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

In the intro, I wanted to give a heartfelt thanks to Chris Miller for his work helping me with the drafts of my features in the last few months.  Chris has been on my podcast, too, a couple of times.  I also want to thank Rob and Curtis for their donations.

Listener feedback this week was from Jed in response to the feature on API design and Ethan to revisiting geek fatigue.

The hacker word of the week this week is fish.

The feature this week is another science fiction monologue, this time on the zombie apocalypse.  I mention Alas, Babylon, The Serpent and the Rainbow, Night of the Living Dead, Jennifer Ouellete’s new book, The Affinity Bridge, and gray goo.

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TCLP 2010-11-17 Revisiting Geek Fatigue

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

In the intro, an announcement that I will be taking this coming week off.  There will be no new shows on 11/21, 11/24 or 11/28.  I have have a feature topic for the 12/1 and hope to catch up on feature planning and writing during my down time.

Listener feedback this week was Wild Biker who had some thoughts on my network neutrality rant.  I mention this episode of Search Engine in my response.

The hacker word of the week this week is firmware.

The feature this week is a monologue revisiting the topic of geek fatigue.

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