Posts Tagged ‘Interview’

Doris Kearns Goodwin On Leadership

2018/10/09

(Guardian Books) – David Smith:

The Team of Rivals author, Doris Kearns Goodwin has brought Lincoln together with Johnson and two Roosevelts to produce a timely study of what makes a great president. …

theguardian 2018/oct/07 leadership

Doris Kearns Goodwin: Leadership: In Turbulent Times

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Chelsea Manning: Fighting to Survive

2018/10/09

(Guardian US) – Carole Cadwalladr:

Seen as both hero and traitor, the US army analyst turned data activist talks about fitting into the world since her prison release. …

theguardian 2018/oct/07 chelsea-manning

Chelsea Manning

Courtney Hadwin

2018/09/22

(Guardian Music) – Sam Wollaston:

With her astonishing voice and stage presence, channelling Janis Joplin, James Brown, and Tina Turner, Hadwin made it to the America’s Got Talent final – but misses her dog back home. …

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Courtney Hadwin

How to Manage the Linux Kernel Project

2018/09/20

(ZDNet) – Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols:

In a wide-ranging interview at Open Source Summit, Linus Torvalds talked about programmers, Linux, and open-source development. …

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Robert Love: Linux System Programming

King of Thieves

2018/08/31

(Guardian Film) – Ryan Gilbey:

Michael Caine no longer wants to take lead roles but the Oscar-winner’s new film, King of Thieves, a dramatisation of the Hatton Garden robbery, sees him do just that. He talks about Brexit, Putin’s good side and lunch with Trump. …

theguardian 2018/aug/30 michael-caine

King of Thieves, 2018 film

Creating Freedom

2018/08/25

(Guardian Books) – Stuart Jeffries:

If we are shaped by everything from politics to genetics, can we really be held responsible for our actions? In his book Creating Freedom, Raoul Martinez says we must change our attitude to society’s losers. …

theguardian 2016/dec/13 raoul-martinez

Raoul Martinez: Creating Freedom: The Lottery of Birth, the Illusion of Consent, and the Fight for Our Future

Cognitive Biases

2018/08/07

(Atlantic Science) – Ben Yagoda:

Science suggests we’re hardwired to delude ourselves. Can we do anything about it? …

theatlantic 2018/09 bias

Kahneman: Thinking; Nisbett: Mindware; Tetlock: Superforecasting

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Ash Sarkar

2018/07/23

(Guardian Q&A) – Michael Hogan:

The activist who confronted the Good Morning Britain presenter talks about her fears over Brexit, the future of communism in Britain and her passion for Spurs. …

theguardian 2018/jul/22 ash-sarkar

Ash Sarkar on Good Morning Britain 2018-07-12

Rosamund Pike: From Bond Girl to Naive Terrorist

2018/05/15

(Guardian Film) – Kate Connolly:

Entebbe sees Rosamund Pike play Brigitte Kuhlmann, who held 248 passengers hostage on an Air France flight in 1976.

Next up she plays the war reporter Marie Colvin, and then the pioneering physicist and chemist Marie Curie. …

theguardian 2018/may/12 rosamund-pike

Entebbe, 2018 film

Charlotte Church

2018/04/29

(Guardian Music) – Emine Saner:

Famous since she was 11, the singer has endured constant condescension and press intrusion. But, she says, it has only strengthened her, her music, and her increasingly outspoken politics. …

theguardian 2017/may/27 charlotte-church

Charlotte Church