Best technium podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Broadcast From The Singularity
 
Micah, Ryan, John Yates, and friends discuss wild-eyed ideas about the future. With unique guests, they delve into life in the age of constantly accelerating change, and what that means for technology, culture, and the future of the world.
 
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Some people take tens of photos every month. Other people take thousands. With the immediacy and accessibility of photography in the modern world, is a photograph as meaningful or valuable as it was when you paid for film? And what do we do with out 10,000 photos once we've collected them? Loss aversion - Wikipedia Artifact Uprising | Custom Ph ...…
 
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The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
 
“If you’re having trouble thinking bigger, just think stranger.” This episode is a review of the past year, as well as a look at how I plan for new years. I haven’t written New Year’s resolutions for roughly six years. Instead, I do a post-game analysis with a series of exercises and odd questions. This episode describes that, as well as a few ...…
 
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The Tim Ferriss Show – The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
 
“If you’re having trouble thinking bigger, just think stranger.” This episode is a review of the past year, as well as a look at how I plan for new years. I haven’t written New Year’s resolutions for roughly six years. Instead, I do a post-game analysis with a series of exercises and odd questions. This episode describes that, as well as a few ...…
 
This episode is a dream come true. I have long been a fan of Kevin Kelly – THE Senior Maverick at Wired magazine and the sherpa of the technium. He is here to talk about his new book The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future. How does technology shape what it means to be human? How does the nature of a ...…
 
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Stories of The Influencer Economy: Ryno Lab / Mental Health / Entrepreneurs / Creativity
 
Kevin Kelly is a blogger, author, editor, student of technology and future systems, and self-proclaimed "packager of ideas". He is the founding executive editor of Wired magazine and has written for the New York Times, Economist, Science, Time, the Wall Street Journal, and other national and international publications. Kevin's current focus is ...…
 
“If we have been living in rigid ice, this is liquid—a new phase state. We are marching inexorably toward connecting all humans and all machines into a global matrix. This matrix is not an artifact, but a process. Our newsupernetwork is a standing wave of change . . . the particular products, brands, and companies that will surround us in 30 ye ...…
 
Due to recent security breaches, IT professionals are turning to a network design with no “trusted” or “secure” areas, built on the assumption that every element of a network could be a source of risk. We sit down with Technium’s Michael Joseph to discuss the technical details and benefits of a network with zero trusted devices or areas.…
 
A while back, Kevin Kelly wrote a game-changing blog post called “1,000 True Fans”. In it, he argued that an entrepreneur can make a stable living with only 1,000 customers – provided they were exceptionally loyal followers. So how do you make it happen? It’s more realistic and achievable than you might think. In today’s episode, we outline the ...…
 
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Talk of the Tome Podcast
 
For this, the final episode of Talk of the Tome, Dylan and Timothy turn inward and hold a project postmortem to decide what they're going to learn from making a projection-mapped pop-up book which, by most accounts, didn't turn out so hot. SUBSCRIBE: via RSS or iTunes SHOW NOTES: Amazon.com: Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That S ...…
 
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The Fizzle Show — Heart & Hustle, Self Employment & Creative Business
 
The whole idea of content marketing is predicated on one core belief. We’re all screwed if it’s a bogus belief. > “The model proposed in blogging seems to be that you show what you know, people sign up, and then you sell them what you know.”This is Steve Fossey writing in the Fizzle forums recently. > **“I almost NEVER pay for anything on the w ...…
 
What is this? A podcast? Indeed! Welcome to the first episode of Heavy Pod Is Heavy Cast, the official podcast of Heavy Blog! This podcast is hosted by me, Noyan and fellow editor Eden! In our podcast we will talk about what we listen to, what’s been happening in the metal world in the past week or so, and we will discuss more long term topics ...…
 
Dave and Aaron chat about transitioning from one job to another, and how their habits and roles are changing. Links for this episode: Home Work Listener Mail Form Home Work Podcast (@HomeWorkPodcast) | Twitter The Technium: 1,000 True Fans Apple World Today About — Lore This week's episode is sponsored by the wonderful folks over at FreshBooks. ...…
 
Dave and Aaron chat about transitioning from one job to another, and how their habits and roles are changing. Links for this episode: Home Work Listener Mail Form Home Work Podcast (@HomeWorkPodcast) | Twitter The Technium: 1,000 True Fans Apple World Today About — Lore This week's episode is sponsored by the wonderful folks over at FreshBooks. ...…
 
Many Buddhist figures have things to say about wise engagement with technology, but many of these same figures are not technologists themselves, and so have a limited view, or understanding, of the full range of what technology is, and perhaps of what it means. This week, to explore these very questions, we speak again with leading technologist ...…
 
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Buddhist Geeks
 
We’re joined this week by celebrated technologist and co-founder of Wired Magazine, Kevin Kelly. Kevin shares how he went from a back-to-the-lander hippie in his early youth, to becoming one of the most important technological thinkers alive today.We then explore one of the central ideas of Kelly’s technological philosophy, what he calls the te ...…
 
Kevin Kelly is co-founder, senior maverick and former executive editor at Wired magazine. He is the editor and publisher at the Cool Tools website as well as other popular websites like True Films, Quantified Self, and The Technium. He has written several books including "What Technology Wants", "New Rules for The New Economy", and "Out of Cont ...…
 
Kevin Kelly is co-founder, senior maverick and former executive editor at Wired magazine. He is the editor and publisher at the Cool Tools website as well as other popular websites like True Films, Quantified Self, and The Technium. He has written several books including “What Technology Wants”, “New Rules for The New Economy”, and “Out of Cont ...…
 
Kevin Kelly is co-founder, senior maverick and former executive editor at Wired magazine. He is the editor and publisher at the Cool Tools website as well as other popular websites like True Films, Quantified Self, and The Technium. He has written several books including “What Technology Wants”, “New Rules for The New Economy”, and “Out of Cont ...…
 
Kevin Kelly is co-founder, senior maverick and former executive editor at Wired magazine. He is the editor and publisher at the Cool Tools website as well as other popular websites like True Films, Quantified Self, and The Technium. He has written several books including “What Technology Wants”, “New Rules for The New Economy”, and “Out of Cont ...…
 
For this 92nd episode of GenreTainment we are speaking with writer/producer/director Gabe Michael the co-founder of Forge Apollo. We talk to him about Forge Apollo's new science fiction thriller series Ambient, award winning science series Technium, and Football talk show Blitzed. Plus some upcoming projects, like Cubicle Zombies. Michael also ...…
 
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Long Now: Seminars About Long-term Thinking
 
What comes after the Internet? What is bigger than the web? What will produce more wealth than all the startups to date? The answer is a planetary super-organism comprised of 4 billion mobile phones, 80 quintillion transistor chips, a million miles of fiber optic cables, and 6 billion human minds all wired together. The whole thing acts like a ...…
 
This week Casey and Myke are joined by Faith Korpi. They talk about how they manage their time for side projects and how to get your audience to pay attention to the new things you're doing. This episode of Analog(ue) is sponsored by: lynda.com: An easy and affordable way to help individuals and organizations learn. Free 7-day trial. Hover: Use ...…
 
You probably have Google Analytics sitting on your website, but are you utilising even a small fraction of all the wonderful stuff it can do for you? Find out here with Certified Google Analytics Partner, Simon Pilkington from Technium. Episode #18 – Host: Tim Martin Subscribe via iTunes Subscribe via Stitcher Shownotes Technium website Simon … ...…
 
Hugh joins Capital to share insights about the web, marketing, social media, the art world, and much more while telling great stories about Gaping Void and time spent in places like Scotland, Austin, London, Chicago, Cumbria, NYC, Alpine, and Miami. Links for this episode: Gapingvoid: "Hugh MacLeod" Cartoons drawn on the back of business cards ...…
 
Jamie shares tales about Eyebeam, Know Your Meme, Star Wars Uncut, F.A.T. Lab, and other projects that predated and informed his work as co-founder of VHX.tv. Links for this episode: jamiedubs.com Jamie Wilkinson (jamiew) on Twitter Wikipedia entry on Jamie Wilkinson VHX Distribute your videos online, directly to your audience. Homepolish NYC o ...…
 
While sharing personal stories and insights, Austin Kleon describes how to steal from others and how to influence people by letting them steal from you in this ever-evolving age of new mediums and connected networks. Links for this episode: austinkleon.com Austin Kleon (@austinkleon) on Twitter Austin Kleon on Instagram Austin Kleon on Tumblr H ...…
 
Andrew and Chris talk about copyright, the Amish, language, AES, game engines, memory, good judtment, SEO, CSS, and colors. Links /var/null The Technium: Amish Hackers Micro Phone Lens: Cell Phone Based Microscope by Thomas Larson — Kickstarter Microsoft buys Nokia’s phone business for $7.1 billion | Ars Technica Official: The next edition of A ...…
 
The idea that technology could want something seems kind of outlandish, almost like science fiction. But journalist Kevin Kelly is proposing a kind of technological self-determination in his new book What Technology Wants.It’s not exactly robots with souls that Kelly is suggesting. It’s more of an evolutionary theory of technological developmen ...…
 
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Broadcast From The Singularity
 
What is art? What's it like to paint on an infinite canvas? Is art the only thing standing between us and the robot invasion? Micah Redding, Ryan Hogan, and John Yates in the first official podcast of Broadcast From The Singularity! Get the shownotes here. Ideas Discussed: The Singularity The Technium as coined by Kevin Kelly The Implications o ...…
 
Colin Marshall talks to Kevin Kelly, co-founder of and “Senior Maverick” at Wired magazine. In addition to his copious online writing on technology and culture, he’s published such books as New Rules for the New Economy and Out of Control: The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems, the Economic World. His latest book, What Technology Wants, e ...…
 
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America's Evolutionary Evangelists
 
Connie and Michael discuss a variety of ways in which new technologies and new information systems are boosting and challenging their own work: both in staying informed and getting their ideas out into the world. Kevin Kelly calls this suprabiological phase of evolution, "The Technium." New modes for the free exchange and collaborations of idea ...…
 
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