Episode 25 - The Pay Gap with Rainey David

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A quick chat with Rainey David all about the gender pay gap. Including top tips on how to value your worth to your employer. Find out more at ThePayGap.com https://shkspr.mobi/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Rainey-Paygap.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:27 — 1.0MB)Subscribe: Android Google Podcasts RSS

Episode 24 - Sound Archiving with Thea Cochrane

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My pal Thea Cochrane is doing brilliant things with the British Library Sound Archive You can follow along @BLSoundHeritage. https://shkspr.mobi/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Thea-Sounds.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:41 — 1.1MB)Subscribe: Android Google Podcasts RSS

Episode 23 - Sixty Second Security with Dan Raywood

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How can you quickly tune up your computer security? Dan Raywood - Contributing Editor at Infosecurity Magazine shares his wisdom with us. If you're interested in an open source password manager, I'm happy to personally recommend BitWarden https://shkspr.mobi/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Dan-Security.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:24 — 853.4KB)Subscribe: Android Google Podcasts RSS

Episode 22 - Recycling with TerraCycle

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I'm joined by my old school-chum Rebecca Bradshaw - as we talk about an innovative recycling company - TerraCycle. You can find out more about their recycling programme on Twitter. Sorry for the slightly iffy audio-quality. The call recorder on my phone is OK for admin, but not brilliant for podcasting. Will try to record… Continue reading →

Episode 21: Ada Lovelace Day Live!

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I'm joined by Suw Charman-Anderson - powerhouse and founder of Finding Ada. You can follow Finding Ada on Twitter and you can support the project on Patreon. If you'd like to have a chat with me - get in touch. https://shkspr.mobi/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Suw-Finding-Ada.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:30 — 1.2MB)Subscribe: Android Google Podcasts RSS

New Podcasts Coming Soon!

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Because podcasts are now cool™ again - I've decided to resurrect this feed. If you're interested in being interviewed - please get in touch with me. We can record in person, over the phone, or via Skype. In the meantime, here's the podcast's theme-tune to get you in the mood. And to test that I've… Continue reading →

Pursuit Podcast - Life, The Unicode, And Everything

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The inimitable Jess Rose interviewed me for her Pursuit Podcast - talking about the Unicode Power Symbol proposal. We talked about how to subvert bureaucracy, building a team of supporters, adding new stuff to Unicode, and recognising that you're a background character in most people's lives. Bit of a ramble, but jolly good fun. Sketchnotes… Continue reading →

In The Abstract Podcast

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Last week I was on In The Abstract - a science podcast - along with the very funny Francesca Day , the mediumly funny Tara Clarke, and the just-funny-enough Steve Pritchard. During the talk, I completely forget the name of the Rosetta Disc and made several legally doubtful slurs against Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.… Continue reading →

Episode 20: @PipWillcox and the Digital First Folio of Shakespeare's Works

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Oxford's Bodleian library makes high resolution scans of Shakespeare's First Folio available under a Creative Commons licence. Pip Willcox tells us more. About A Minute is an amuse-bouche for podcast listeners. No long intro and outro. No waffling on. No adverts, competitions, arguing, or begging for iTunes reviews. You get to listen to an interesting… Continue reading →

Episode 19: Ancient Japanese

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Talking to Kerri Russell about the Oxford Corpus of Old Japanese. About A Minute is an amuse-bouche for podcast listeners. No long intro and outro. No waffling on. No adverts, competitions, arguing, or begging for iTunes reviews. You get to listen to an interesting person chat for about a minute - that's it! Get About… Continue reading →