uxHH Radio Pipeline

I have a bunch of recodings in the pipeline for the uxHH Radio. Maybe you can help me setting priorities for the next episodes to be published. Here’s the backlog:

  • Kira Krämer: List of Awesomeness – die wichtigsten Sahnehäubchen, um die user experience bei Workshops rund zu machen, DT Camp Hamburg
  • [Mediale 1] Matthias MP: Mit Interaktionsdesign zur User Experience, Mediale /anhören
  • [Mediale 2] Cedric Ebener: Raum als Interface, Mediale /anhören
  • [RFC13-1] Cornelia Funke: MirrorWorld, Reeperbahn Festival Campus Keynote /listen
  • [RFC13-2] Régine Debatty: Verborgen in klarer Sicht, Reeperbahn Festival Campus Symposium “The making of (digital) Urban Interventions” /listen
  • [RFC13-3] Christopher Dell: Tacit Urbanism, Reeperbahn Festival Campus Symposium “The making of (digital) Urban Interventions” /listen
  • [RFC13-4] Celine Lazorthes: Crowdfunding, A New Economy? Reeperbahn Festival Campus  /listen
  • [RFC13-5] Anette Novak: On the citizen’s side, Reeperbahn Festival Campus /listen
  • [RFC13-6] Anette Novak, Nathalie Sonne, Robert Drakogiannakis, Carolin Neumann (mod): Communities Revisited – Leaving the bubble behind, Reeperbahn Festival Campus Panel Discussion /listen
  • [RFC13-7] Jörg Jelden, Jeremy Tai Abbett, Susanne Lämmer, Svenja Teichmann (mod): Agenturen sind tot – Agenturen der Zukunft, Reeperbahn Festival Campus Panel Diskussion /anhören
  • [RFC13-8] Ken Doctor: Playing the Media Blur. Reeperbahn Festival Campus /listen
  • [RFC13-8b] Ken Doctor and Ulrike Langer: Content was never King. Reeperbahn Festival Campus /listen

The Future of Text 2013

  • 1a Frode Hegland // Intro 
  • 1b 9:40 Chris Stringer of The Natural History Museum // becoming human: how our evolution has framed humans’ physical and mental worlds. 
  • 1c 43:03 Jonathan Taylor of The British Museum // first writing: exploring some of the enduring mysteries clouding the origins of writing. 
  • 2a John Baines of Queen’s College Oxford // the origins of Egyptian Hieratic and Hieroglyphic and how it became our own alphabet. 
  • 2b 23:23 Ingrid Hage, London College of Communication alumna // a video link up from the home of the alphabet. 
  • 2c 34:22 Timothy Donaldson of Falmouth University // the shape of sound: the story of the changing shapes of our means of written communication. 
  • 3b Tom Standage of The Economist // social communication: argues that in the wider context of communications history, social media is nothing new. 
  • 4 Vint Cerf of Google // co-inventor of the internet talking about the shape of written communication in a connected future. 
  • 4b 20:54 Ted Nelson, creator of Hypertext // an alternative view of interactive text. /watch
  • 5b 26′ Keith Martin of London College of Communication // on the history of hypertext 
  • 6 Frode Hegland 
  • 6b 19’36” Frank Mehan of Spark Labs // talking about his rich history in the industry and future potential. 
  • 6b 43:25 David Jablonowski 
  • 6c 1:01’40” Finish

Just, let me know what you want to hear next.

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