What I'm watching now

Note: This is an old post in a blog with a lot of posts. The world has changed, technologies have changed, and I've changed. It's likely this is out of date and not representative. Let me know if you think this is something that needs updating.

Podcasts come and go. I thought I'd do an update on things I watch and list the podcasts I'm currently testing with.

  • The Ben Heck Show (Add to Miro) - TBHS is really fun to watch, educational, and really fun to watch. Ben spends each episode on a project such as a Super Can Cooler, a Portal Shirt, a Portable CNC Router, ... It's just fascinating.

  • Lawrence Lessig's blip.tv (Add to Miro) - Lawrence Lessig talks about corruption of money in politics and occasionally about copyright reform.

  • Wait wait... don't tell me! (Add to Miro) - "Wait wait... don't tell me!" is a radio show that I like listening to on the weekends, but I often miss it. So I subscribe to the podcast and get to listen to it when it's convenient for me.

  • Onion News Network (Add to Miro) - ONN is just too funny. The videos are short, so they download quickly. The content is fantastic. They produce new content with great frequency. It's a great podcast to test with.

  • Python Miro Community (Add to Miro) - This is the New feed for Python Miro Community. This is a site that has a curated index of Python-related videos around the Internet. It has conference videos from conferences like the various PyCons, DjangoCons, and PyOhio. Since I program primarily in Python, this feed helps me continue my Python education. It's an invaluable resource. (I also run the site.)

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