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  1. 5by5 | Amplified #95: Unemployable

    Jim Dalrymple and Dan Benjamin are joined once again by Zak Holder. They talk about the just-leaked Amazon phone, the purported iPhone 6 screen and case leaks, and Windows Phone 8.1’s appropriation of Passbook. Jim also talks about The Loop’s upcoming 5th


    —Huffduffed by ttimsmith 3 days ago

  2. 5by5 | Amplified #94: Sitting on Jim’s Lap

    Jim and Dan are joined by Zak Holder, 5by5 engineer and so much more to discuss the Amazon Fire, the Heartbleed security flaw, WWDC lottery, and delve in again to the world of emulated amplifiers.


    —Huffduffed by dylanseeger 5 days ago

  3. California Law Enforcement Using New Surveillance Tools in Investigations: The California Report | The California Report

    By now we’re all pretty used to video cameras recording our moves at the ATM, at the traffic light, and in some stores. But real-time police surveillance seen most often in Hollywood is also getting closer to reality. Some critics worry we’re on the verge of losing our privacy altogether.


    —Huffduffed by jeffhammett one week ago

  4. 5by5 | Amplified #92: Glass, Charge Thyself

    Jim and Dan talk about Google Glass and its myths, escaped water buffalos, Peter Gabriel and his flute, Pandora, Spotify, and iTunes Radio (now with NPR), “The Techtopus”, wage supression, and more.


    —Huffduffed by ismh 3 weeks ago

  5. The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind

    For the first time in history, the secrets of the living brain are being revealed by a battery of high tech brain scans devised by physicists. Now what was once solely the province of science fiction has become a startling reality. Recording memories, telepathy, videotaping our dreams, mind control, avatars, and telekinesis are not only possible; they already exist.

    The Future of the Mind gives us an authoritative and compelling look at the astonishing research being done in top laboratories around the world—all based on the latest advancements in neuroscience and physics.

    One day we might have a "smart pill" that can enhance our cognition; be able to upload our brain to a computer, neuron for neuron; send thoughts and emotions around the world on a "brain-net"; control computers and robots with our mind; push the very limits of immortality; and perhaps even send our consciousness across the universe.

    Dr. Kaku takes us on a grand tour of what the future might hold, giving us not only a solid sense of how the brain functions but also how these technologies will change our daily lives. He even presents a radically new way to think about "consciousness" and applies it to provide fresh insight into mental illness, artificial intelligence and alien consciousness.

    With Dr. Kaku’s deep understanding of modern science and keen eye for future developments, The Future of the Mind is a scientific tour de force—an extraordinary, mind-boggling exploration of the frontiers of neuroscience.


    —Huffduffed by grankabeza 4 weeks ago

  6. 5by5 | Amplified #91: NDA’d Brown Paper Bag

    Jim Dalrymple and Dan Benjamin talk about Jim’s visit to Austin for SXSW and his interviews at the iTunes Music Festival, buying and listening to albums vs. songs, the new iPads, the 8GB iPhone 5c, Steve Jobs and Apple making televisions, iOS 7.1, CarPlay


    —Huffduffed by rousst one month ago

  7. Diecast #48: Chex Quest, Garden Warfare - Twenty Sided

    Due to some recent changes, it’s harder than ever to get the whole crew together for our weekly recording sessions. Our various job situations are changing, making it harder for us to find windows of mutual availability. I don’t know what this means, long-term. We’ll do what we can.Direct download (MP3)Direct download (ogg Vorbis)Hosts: Josh, Chris, and Shamus.Show notes: 3:00 Shamus is playing Rise of the TriadFor those of you you’ve never heard of it before, this is Catacombs of the Abyss:It pre-dates Wolfenstein, and is one of many games that competes for the murky title of “first FPS”.7:00 Shamus is also playing Puzzle Quest: GalactrixIn this segment we went off-topic and talked about oddball product tie-in games. I mentioned Chase the Chuckwagon. That’s a real game that’s a dog food product tie-in from 1983. My friend David had a copy. Even though we were kids and the videogame industry was in its infancy, we were still able to recognize that the existence of the game was inherently preposterous.Also mentioned: Avoid the Noid.I’d never heard of Chex Quest until now.14:30 Chris is playing Assassins Creed: Freedom Cry22:30 Chris is playing Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.31:30 Josh shares a Project Zomboid anecdote.39:00 MAIL TIME!And yes, we answer several questions this week. These are good ones. Remember to send your questions in for next week. (Email in the banner at the top.)TRIGGER WARNING: We discuss rare vs well-done steak, which to some people is a religious topic. For some reason.


    —Huffduffed by hudfun one month ago

  8. Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary: Field Recording

    by Michael Raphael (sepulchra.com)

    via http://disquiet.com/2009/02/10/floridian-field-recording-mp3/

    —Huffduffed by m one month ago

  9. 5by5 | Amplified #90: I’m Not Allowed to Have Tools

    Jim and Dan talk about the Pirates of Silicon Valley, Apple, Microsoft, the heart of innovation, Guns n Roses, and more.


    —Huffduffed by qwertyuu one month ago

  10. Celebrating Winnie-The-Pooh’s 90th With A Rare Recording (And Some Hunny) : NPR

    A.A. Milne’s beloved bear made his first appearance in a short poem titled "Teddy Bear" which was published in Punch magazine on Feb. 13, 1924. We’ll listen back to a 1929 recording of Milne.


    —Huffduffed by abrin one month ago

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