Typeradio Podcast

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Type is speech on paper, Typeradio is speech on type. Typeradio, the radio channel on type and design.

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101 Best Typeface Ever Designed 2/22011-06-07 01:05:00
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102 Best Typeface Ever Designed 1/22011-06-07 01:00:00
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103 Catherine Dixon 1/12011-05-30 12:34:00
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104 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Pinup 1/12011-05-30 11:33:00
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105 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Massive 1/12011-05-30 11:33:00
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106 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Documenta 1/12011-05-30 11:33:00
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107 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Salmiak 1/12011-05-30 11:33:00
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108 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Liza 1/12011-05-30 11:33:00
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109 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Sardines 1/12011-05-30 11:33:00
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110 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Spaghetti 1/12011-05-30 11:33:00
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111 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Feisar 1/12011-05-30 11:32:00
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112 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Mata Hari 1/12011-05-30 11:32:00
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113 Typographic Chinese Whispers - Schulschrift 1/12011-05-30 11:32:00
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114 Typographic Chinese Whispers - History 1/12011-05-30 11:32:00
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115 Robert Bringhurst 1/12011-04-21 02:32:00
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116 Sandberg Design Discussion IV 1/12011-04-01 13:31:00
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Sandberg Design Discussion IV 1/1

Discussion based on the text ‘The Authenticity of the Experience’ by Rob van Kranenburg: ‘Cities across the world are about to enter the next phase of their development. A near invisible network of RFID is being deployed on almost every type of consumer item. These tiny, traceable chips, which can be scanned wirelessly, are being produced in their billions and are capable of being connected to the internet in an instant. This so-called ‘Ambient intelligence’ promises to create a global network of physical objects every bit as pervasive and ubiquitous as the worldwide web itself. Some are already calling this controversial network the ‘internet of things’, describing it as either the ultimate convenience in supply-chain management, or the ultimate tool in our future surveillance. This network has the power to reshape our cities and yet it is being built with little public knowledge of consent.’ Here Rob van Kranenburg examines what impact RFID, and other systems, will have on our cities and our wider society; while also ruminating on what alternative network technologies could help safeguard our privacy and empower citizens to take power back into their own hands. It is both a timely warning and a call to arms. Participants were Noortje van Eekelen, Simona Kicurovska, Janneke de Rooij, Seungyong Moon, Yuri Veerman, Donald Beekman, Michelle Champagne and Guido Giglio. Recorded at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam on September 28, 2010. Internet of Things by Rob van Kranenburg :: File Download (23:13 min / 32 MB)…read more

117 Marian Bantjes 1/12011-03-13 12:43:00
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118 Jo De Baerdemaeker 2/22011-02-14 12:30:00
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119 Jo De Baerdemaeker 1/22011-01-30 12:18:00
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120 Vasilis Marmatakis 1/12010-12-27 11:55:00
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