Winning Slowly

Taking the long view on technology, religion, ethics, and art. There are plenty of podcasts that will tell you how Apple’s latest product will affect the tech landscape tomorrow, but there aren’t that many concerned with the potential impact of that tech in 2026. In a culture obsessed with now, how can we make choices with a view for tomorrow, next year, and beyond?

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 30m. Bisher sind 122 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts
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0.13: Ten Thousandth Lightbulb


What Happened to App.net, Paying to Socialize, Free or Not Free


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 13 May 2014  24m
 
 

0.12: You’ll Never Guess What the Hosts Say in This Podcast!


Headline-Writing, Whether Ends Justify Means, Means Shape Ends, Truthy, or Truly?


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 06 May 2014  22m
 
 

0.11: Only Acceptable Cream Cheese


The Reason for Copyright, Valuing Products in Different Ways, “Pay Me For This Thing”


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 29 April 2014  28m
 
 

0.10: Can You Make A Baby Smile?


Prosumerization, I'm-Trying-To-Be-A-Professional Buttons, and the Digital Economy


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 22 April 2014  29m
 
 

0.09: Humility, Please!


Not Publishing 0.08, Learning Humility, and Differences in Media


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 15 April 2014  17m
 
 

0.07: Schrödinger's Law


The Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) and Implementation Driving Policy


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 01 April 2014  17m
 
 

0.06: Romans: The Movie


God’s Not Dead, Son of God, Noah, and Getting Heaven Thrown In


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 25 March 2014  32m
 
 

0.05: With a “B”


Kickstarting All The Things and Ungreedy Capitalism


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 19 March 2014  23m
 
 

0.04: Tell Me What To Do


Beating Up Writers, Musical Careering, and Losing Editorially


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 11 March 2014  42m
 
 

0.03: Echo Chamber


How greedy pricing schemes an and will run you right out of business, how the Ken Ham-Bill Nye debate raises questions about Christians in the public square, and how incredibly weird it is that we can (and do) lose parts of the internet.


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 25 February 2014  42m