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/Filmcast Ep. 264 – The Grand Budapest Hotel (GUEST: Jeff Cannata)
Posted on Monday, March 17th, 2014 by David Chen
David and Devindra discuss the changing nature of movie trailer voiceovers, debate the relative stupidity of Need for Speed, praise the brilliant Masters of Sex, and get disappointed by Insidious 2. Jeff Cannata joins us from DLC.
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Devindra: Insidious 2, Veronica Mars
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The Grand Budapest Hotel
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MacVoices #14048: Road to Macworld - Brett Terpstra Explains How to Do More and Work Less - MacVoices
The Road to Macworld takes us to Brett Terpstra, who will be presenting a session that will benefit everyone: The Efficient Mac User – OS X Tips for Getting More Done with Less Work. Brett outlines some of the tools and techniques he will be sharing, and how everyone can be more productive, no matter what their skill level. Brett also discusses his recent transition to independent contractor, and why he feels the need to give away so much of his work.
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