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This Week in Love: Radiolab Podcast

Posted by: leelefever on January 26, 2012- 11:09am

Topic: Week in Love

Categories: podcast, radio, recommended, science


This Week in Love is a series of blog posts where Sachi and I share what we love. Browse the archives and follow @weekinlove on Twitter.  This Week in Love:  The Radiolab Podcast Over the last couple of years, podcasts have become a big part of our lives.  We work from home and end up sharing our listening habits, for better or for worse.  We've discovered a number of podcasts that we love.  We play them while working (especially doing creative work), cooking dinner, working out, etc. They've... Continue Reading

Learn New Media from the Ninjas

Posted by: leelefever on February 20, 2008- 4:00pm


Categories: business, friends, recommended, video


Kent Nichols is the co-creator or Ninja Master of Ask-a-Ninja, which I'm quite sure you know about. I recently discovered his Twitter feed and blog and since, I've learned a lot from his perspectives on disrupting Hollywood, the business of new media, and the web video industry.  His no-nonsense and opinionated style really makes it clear where he stands, and I often agree.  Plus, he's full of smart advice for content producers. Recommended.  On a side note, the story of my connection with... Continue Reading

Read This Book: Made to Stick

Posted by: leelefever on April 19, 2007- 5:00pm


Categories: books, recommended


It's been a while since I read a book that made me think and get excited about changing the way I communicate. Chip and Dan Heath's book, Made to Stick does just that. In Malcolm Gladwell fashion, they use stories and studies to describe the everyday world in new ways. Their focus and subtitle for the book is "Why some ideas survive and others die". Every blogger, writer, marketer, etc. has lessons to learn from this book. As bloggers we're highly motivated to make our ideas sticky - to... Continue Reading