RT @akaSarahJean@twitter.com
This sounds like a great episode to listen to while you're on your way to vote today twitter.com/dancohen/status/10

RT @CultureDoug@twitter.com
Browsing Moomins in @Europeanaeu@twitter.com makes everything better
bit.ly/moominsineuropeana

Hey all, we’re looking for a WordPress/Web Developer to join our friendly, collaborative library @ClubSnell@twitter.com @Northeastern@twitter.com and work on cutting-edge applications and digital scholarship: neu.peopleadmin.com/postings/5

BONUS: If you listen after the credits, Gov. Dukakis recounts how he met his wife Kitty while running the Boston Marathon on a lark, in Keds, during high school. (You won’t believe what place he came in.) whatsnewpodcast.org/election-d

On today’s special Election Day episode of the What’s New podcast, I’m joined by Michael Dukakis, three-term governor of Massachusetts and 1988 Democratic presidential nominee, to talk about the state of politics and America—and where we go from here. whatsnewpodcast.org/election-d

My favorite vote button in @amhistorymuseum@twitter.com’s extensive collection (found via @dpla@twitter.com)

My candid conversation with three-term governor and 1988 Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis drops tomorrow @podcastwhatsnew@twitter.com. Subscribe now for some good Election Day listening! whatsnewpodcast.org

RT @dancohen@twitter.com
New on my blog: “Bridging the Academic-Public Divide Through Podcasts”—my keynote at the Sound Education conference at Harvard, on educational and academic podcasts. I focused on how podcasts can make academic work more engaging, relatable, and relevant. dancohen.org/2018/11/04/bridgi

I know I am being sonically manipulated, but yes, I will buy more groceries when Earth, Wind & Fire is playing.

New on my blog: “Bridging the Academic-Public Divide Through Podcasts”—my keynote at the Sound Education conference at Harvard, on educational and academic podcasts. I focused on how podcasts can make academic work more engaging, relatable, and relevant. dancohen.org/2018/11/04/bridgi

There’s been a lot of concern about “deep fakes,” using machine learning to fabricate video & audio in ways that look & sound convincingly real. A related issue: can we prevent the historical record from being subtly changed without our knowledge? er.educause.edu/articles/2018/

Speaking of podcasts, a reminder that I’ll have three-term governor and 1988 Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis on @podcastwhatsnew@twitter.com on Election Day. Subscribe now to get the download early on Tuesday. whatsnewpodcast.org

I believe the Sound Education conference at Harvard, for educational audio producers & listeners, is still accepting registrations. I’m giving a keynote Friday on how podcasts can bridge the academic-public divide. If you love or make podcasts, join us! soundeducation.fm

As part of our Neighborhood Matters series @ClubSnell@twitter.com, we’re screening a documentary today on the 3 months in 1972 when the inmates peacefully & productively ran Massachusetts’ maximum security prison after the guards went on strike. Free/open to all. northeastern.libcal.com/event/

Harvard’s Library Innovation Lab has finished digitizing 360 years of American case law, and starting today is providing access to 6.4 million legal cases via an API and bulk download case.law/

Three ways to improve Twitter:

1. No likes
2. No retweets
3. No tweets

RT @Northeastern@twitter.com
This @NU_Chemistry@twitter.com @Northeastern@twitter.comCOS professor uses nanosensors to see the human body at the cellular level. @dancohen@twitter.com @podcastwhatsnew @clubsnell
northestrn.me/2ENqaUm

Really looking forward to this conference next week, and the chance to talk about how academics can speak to non-academic audiences through podcasts (and why they should do so)

We are so thrilled that @dancohen, Vice Provost and Professor at @northeastern and host of @podcastwhatsnew will give a keynote address on bridging academic divides on Nov. 2 at Sound Education, a conference hosted by @ministryofideas…
twitter.com/sound_edu/status/1

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