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Check out part 2 of our interview with Brian Nosek about how open source software connects scientists like never before.
For BTR’s Open Week, Sew & Tell goes meta! I had the great opportunity to speak with Rob Sanchez and Pavan Bahl, two-thirds of the dynamic host trio behind Fashion Is Your Business, a great new podcast focused on the intersection of fashion, business and tech. In addition to hosting the weekly show, both men are entrepreneurs in the fashion field themselves: Rob just launched his own innovative menswear label, Ralph & Remington, while Pavan is the founder of a unique community and fashion/tech incubator called Open Source Fashion. On today’s show, you’ll hear from Rob and Pavan about their own individual projects, the development of Fashion Is Your Business, how the radio format can serve as a unique platform for fashion, a few of their own favorite fashion pieces, upcoming events and developments for Open Source Fashion and Ralph & Remington, and more! And in the mix I’ve got a great playlist of indie tracks for you, featuring new work from electro-pop artists like Painted Palms, Brika, and The Mynabirds. So open yourself up to the business of fashion, with Fashion Is Your Business on BTR’s Sew & Tell!
Learn about the Center for Open Science with Executive Director, Brian Nosek and the changing transparency in science.
Listen to part 2 of our interview with Jason Hibbets on the possibility of an Open Source City.
Listen to our interview with Jason Hibbets, a senior community evangelist in Corporate Marketing at Red Hat where he is a community manager for Opensource.com.
DJ Wynn takes this mix on the road with hiking music from Fleet Foxes, smooth horns from Menahan Street Band, Arcade Fire's car maintenance tips, and an adrenaline boost from Hudson Mohawke.
This week on the Daily Beat we learn about the rally taking place across the country to shine light on corrupt money in politics.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at civic data hacking and the strive to create more transparency on government websites.