I think interviews are some of the most interesting things you can read on the Internet—they are truly a conversation-by-proxy. I’ll be collecting more here and taking suggestions.
- Douglas Rushkoff: “On Program or Be Programmed”
He argues that in learning to code, or at least learning a little about coding, we can better understand the biases of digital technology, and the design decisions that go into our digital technologies.
- William Gibson: Author of “Zero History” talks with Mark Frauenfelder
William Gibson’s most recent novel, Zero History, was recently published (Cory called it an “exciting adventure that wakes you to the present-day’s futurism”).
- The Setup
Inteviews with people about what they use to get stuff done,
- Vinay Gupta
Tools To Not Die With: An Interview with Vinay Gupta, creator of the Hexayurt