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Guowcast 3.2.19 with Mihai Dinulescu

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Host Guillermo Hamlin speaks to Mihai Dinulescu, Principal of Turing Solutions. They discuss blockchain & cults of personality, producing Guy & Madeline On a Park Bench with Damien Chazelle in Somerville, MA, and how it was to fall in love overseas.

Guowcast 2.23.19 with James Frey Croft

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Host Guillermo Hamlin speaks to James Frey Croft, Outreach Director at the Ethical Society of St. Louis. They discuss Humanism & the internet, Patreon, and how to speak about free speech without sounding obnoxious.

Guowcast 2.16.19 with Dr. Joy Rankin

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Host Guillermo Hamlin blasts off Season 2 with Dr. Joy Rankin, Author of ‘A People’s History of Computing in the United States’. Did you know that Dartmouth College only admitted male undergraduates in the 60s? Meanwhile, women were key in staffing its innovative Computation Center. They discuss The Sokal & Grievance Studies Affair, and her article “Why I’m Firing Michigan State: Sexual Harassment, Online Harassment, and Utter Institutional Failure”.

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Guowcast 12.22.18 con Carlos Sandoval Olascoaga

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Host Guillermo Hamlin closes off 2018 by interviewing Carlos Sandoval Olascoaga, a PhD student in the Design and Computation Group @ MIT. They discuss urban computing, noise pollution, “participatory models”, and social media apps that inform urban data.

Guowcast 12.8.18 ft Councilor Ryan O’Malley

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In his final Pachanga session, Host Guillermo Hamlin talks to Malden’s Ward 4 City Councilor, Ryan O’Malley. They discuss greener urban space, ranked choice voting, urban exploration, the history of Malden, and the state of civil liberties.

Guowcast 12.1.18 con Jorge Campos

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Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews the second in his Thanksgiving Pachanga series with Jorge Campos. They delve into surviving poverty through creative finances, financial literacy, and dealing with the wealth of privilege at Harvard University.

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