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    • David Axelrod on Storytelling for Success

    • By: David Axelrod, John Hollar, Brian Douglas
    • Length: 2 mins
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    How can storytelling help you succeed? David Axelrod, Chief Strategist for Barack Obama's presidential campaigns, shares his secret to success. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on February 18, 2015.

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    • Jane McGonigal on Gaming Your Challenges

    • By: Jane McGonigal, Brian Douglas
    • Length: 3 mins
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    [Contains explicit content] How can playing a game help you deal with life's daily challenges? Writer and game designer Jane McGonigal shares the daily tasks presented by her game SuperBetter, and how following these steps can lead to a healthier future. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on September 22, 2015.

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    • Catherine Hoke on Second Chances

    • By: Catherine Hoke, Brian Douglas
    • Length: 4 mins
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    Catherine Hoke, founder and CEO of Defy Ventures, a program that helps the formerly incarcerated become legal entrepreneurs, talks about how she pivoted from her mistakes to start her successful non-profit. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on December 17, 2014.

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    • John Markoff on Robots and the Economy

    • By: John Markoff, Brian Douglas
    • Length: 2 mins
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    How might robots change the economy? New York Times technology reporter John Markoff has an answer. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was recorded August 27, 2015.

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    • Steve Case on Startup Success

    • By: Steve Case, Brian Douglas
    • Length: 4 mins
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    What does the next wave of tech companies need to be successful? AOL co-founder Steve Case says it's all about the five "P"s. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on October 3, 2014.

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    • Guns of Vegenance

    • By: Douglas Brian Sandler
    • Narrated by: Lou Lambert
    • Length: 2 hrs and 49 mins
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    Marshall Allen Johnson was a lawman the day the Edwards gang robbed the bank and took his pregnant wife hostage. He was a lawman when he found her ravaged and savaged body in a desert culvert, get the book to see what and how justice is served and how William Harry Grant Davis one of the outlaws sufferers a grisly fate.

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    • Mikey Dickerson on the Difference between Government and Business

    • By: Mikey Dickerson, Brian Douglas
    • Length: 3 mins
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    Why was the first iteration of HealthCare.gov such a huge failure, how did it get fixed, and what can it teach us about the difference between government and business? Administrator of the United States Digital Service Mikey Dickerson explains. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on January 14, 2016.

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    • Bad Memories

    • By: douglas brian sandler
    • Narrated by: Graham King
    • Length: 4 hrs and 27 mins
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    What would you do to stop the bad memories? Dr. John Miller has to confront his past and solve the string of murders that connect back to his past at the asylum and to the new people living there and those being killed. Does Miller live or die? What about Millers wife? Wait, you have to buy the book.

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    • intrigue and the psychological mystery

    • By AudioBook Reviewer on 03-23-17

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    • Haley Van Dyck on Digital Innovation in the US Government

    • By: Haley Van Dyck, Brian Douglas
    • Length: 2 mins
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    Why is the government so slow to adapt new technologies? Deputy Administrator of the United States Digital Service Haley Van Dyck explains what the problem is, and how the USDS is tackling the issue. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on January 14, 2016.

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    • Mikey Dickerson and Haley Van Dyck on Using Technology to Reform Civic Services

    • By: Mikey Dickerson, Haley Van Dyck, Brian Douglas
    • Length: 4 mins
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    How can more efficient tech improve civic services? Administrator of the United States Digital Service Mikey Dickerson and Deputy Administrator Haley Van Dyck talk about reforming systems for US Citizenship and Immigration Services. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on January 14, 2016.

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    • Lisa Gelobter and Mikey Dickerson on Building a Successful Government Tech Project

    • By: Lisa Gelobter, Mikey Dickerson, Brian Douglas
    • Length: 5 mins
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    What does it take to make a successful government tech project? Chief Digital Service Officer at the US Department of Education Lisa Gelobter explains that her first project, College Score Card, focused on the user. Adding to the conversation is Administrator of the United States Digital Service Mikey Dickerson. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on January 14, 2016.

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    • Evan Williams on the Future of News

    • By: Evan Williams, Brian Douglas
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    How could reading, writing, and editing on the Internet become more interactive? Evan Williams, the co-founder and CEO of publishing platform Medium, has an idea. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's <>Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on September 17, 2015.

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    • Genevieve Bell and George Kembel on Why We Need Generalists

    • By: Genevieve Bell, George Kembel, Brian Douglas
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    [Contains explicit content] Why do we need generalists in an increasingly specialized world? Intel anthropologist Genevieve Bell and co-founder of Stanford's d.school George Kembel discuss. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on September 13, 2012.

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