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Hosted by Andy Mangold, Dan Auer, and Matt McInerney.
This week we talked the problem with TED, DRM in HTML, and the future of the open web.
This week we were joined by Mitch Goldstein. Mitch has taught at RISD, MICA, VCU, and Rhode Island College. He currently teaches at RIT. You may also know him as Angry Paul Rand.
It’s our annual year in review show. We summarized 2013 in design and talked about the 3 topics that topped our lists.
This week we talked about class divides and how it's addressed in the design community.
This week we talked about the all of those things designed to save world and how they're taking over.
This week we were inspired to discuss two presentations from the 2013 Build Conference.
Dan is absent so Matt and Andy get deep.
This week we talked about the feeling of security.
This episode we talked about work, life, teams, management, design, life, going it alone, work, and design.
After an unintended hiatus, we are back discussing Andy's new experiences teaching design and molding young minds.
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