Latest Show: A Look Inside the Aperture Nature Photography WorkshopWhile at PhotoPlus Expo in NY, Derrick Story sat down with Rob Trueman and Cathy Chung to talk about their experiences with the Fall 2008 Aperture Nature Photography Workshop in the Grand Teton National Park. Rob and Cathy were two of the four contest winners who earned a trip to the Grand Tetons where they received one-on-one instruction. During this discussion they talk about what they learned and how they are applying that knowledge now.
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Latest Show: Finding Your VoiceWe have three pieces this week that hover around the theme of finding your voice. Google CEO Eric Schmidt talks to John Battelle about the corporate voice that Google has taken on. Moshe Cohen is a clown who performs using his voice but no words. In many of his missions, including Clowns Without Borders USA, he cheers people up but also leaves them with a deeper lesson. I've also remixed a piece by David Battino from the Digital Media Insider that looks at how much computer voices have improved. This is the last episode for 2006. (DTF 11-27-2006: 25 minutes, 55 seconds)
Latest Pick: Spencer Wells Population GeneticistSpencer Wells, a 33-year-old population geneticist, is collecting blood samples from thousands of men living in isolated tribes around the world and analyzing their DNA. In this O'Reilly ITConversations pick of the week, Wells answers questions about his quest. Spencer and his colleagues discovered that all humans alive today can be traced back to a small tribe of hunter-gatherers who lived in Africa 60,000 years ago.