Mozilla Digital Memory Bank Podcast
By Center for History and New Media
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Weekly highlights from oral history interviews of Mozillans as part of the Center for History and New Media's Mozilla Digital Memory Bank.
||CleanEpisode 04-Mike Beltzner||This week we feature highlights from an interview from last June with Mike Beltzner. Canadian to the bone, this interview is laden with hockey and Tim Horton’s, in addition to some compelling ideas regarding the open source movement. The full interv||8/1/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 05- Marcia Knous||This week we bring you some excerpts from an interview with Marcia Knous of the Mozilla Store. She has some interesting insights into the people who but Mozilla products, as well as commentary on the Mozilla community and a little history from the Netscap||8/1/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 06 Neil Deakin||This week we bring you some highlights from an an oral history Olivia Ryan took from XUL developer Neil Deakin last June. Neil has some interesting insights into what it is like to move from a volunteer to a full-time Mozilla employee. Listen to the full||8/1/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 07 Tristan Nitot||From across the Atlantic we bring you Tristan Nitot, president of Mozilla Europe. Highlights include a very interesting discussion of Mozilla Europe’s history as well as the French unemployment system. Listen to the full interview here. As always, p||8/1/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 08 Rafael Ebron||This week we are excited to bring you highlights from an interview with former Mozilla Product Manager, Rafael Ebron. There are some very interesting observations about Mozilla’s marketing strategy, as well as some entertaining anecdotes about the n||8/1/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 09 David Baron||Longtime Mozilla developer David Baron sat down with us last June, and revealed some fascinating insights into the inner workings of the Mozilla community. In particular, his perspectives on Mozilla’s changes over time and the volunteer process are||8/1/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 10 Blake Ross||Firefox co-founder Blake Ross agreed to meet with us at a California public library last June, for an interview. We didn’t realize, however, the intricacies of reserving space in a study room. Several contradictory answers and one library card later||8/1/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 11 Mike Pinkerton||Camino project lead Mike Pinkerton met us here at George Mason University last June, and, after a few technical snafus on our end, gave us what I think was an extremely thoughtful and provocative interview. Being a veteran of the Netscape era, as well as||8/1/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 12 Mitchell Baker||Last June, Mitchell was kind enough to fit us into her busy schedule and offer some history and thoughts on her experiences at Mozilla. It was an interesting interview, and I highly recommend listening to the full interview which you can find here. Please||2/1/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
|10||CleanVideoDo You||We recently went out and interviewed George Mason University students who were Firefox users, to get their impressions of the FF user experience. We hadn’t been received any video submissions, yet, so it seemed a good way to show off our capacity to||17/6/2008||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|