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This week I had a rather nice email from Dr Ian McDonald. Ian is a development producer in BBC Learning's own team of Outriders, who research and prototype education's leading edge and he spent some time at the Rewired State hack day at the Guardian. Rewired State hack days are events where clever people get together with some open government data and make things that are amusing, informative or easier to read so that we can understand the data that is released.
I also had a chat with Aisha Yusuf. Aisha sent me a Tweet about Said.fm, where you can discover podcasts that are new, or new to you. Listening through audio online can be time consuming and you might not end up with something that you like. Said.fm curates audio online so that you have a better idea of what is available.
In my final tape from the South by South West conference, Siva Vaidhyanathan, a media studies professor at the University of Virginia. He has written a book called The Googleization of Everything taking a closer look at the company we more often than not use to find information online. Siva is not advocating the boycotting of Google or giving up the useful things the company does, but hope to highlight the ubiquity and what it may mean for our online future.
If you have time left over after hacking together government data, listening to your new favourite podcasts or reading Siva's book, then do drop me a line. You can let me know about sites that intrigue you or digital things you may be working on but emailing Outriders at bbc dot co dot uk, tweeting at us on Twitter where we are @BBC_Outriders, or search facebook for Outriders and catch up with us there.
Until next week!