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  1. Food Safety Talk 108: Hyperbole and Fire Ants — Food Safety Talk

    Ben and Don are joined on this episode by special guest John "if I was a rock star you would have heard of me" Roderick. John does not like potatoes, but he does ask lots of great questions.

    Water activity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Clostridium perfringens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Steak tartare - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Home | Conference on World Affairs | University of Colorado Boulder

    Public Health Focus > Bisphenol A (BPA): Use in Food Contact Application

    Category:Swamps of North Carolina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    John’s band, The Long Winters

    Food Safety Talk 39: Des Moines is Known for their Scallops — Food Safety Talk

    Multistate Outbreak of Salmonella Bareilly and Salmonella Nchanga Infections Associated with Nakaochi Scrape AA or AAA Frozen Raw Tuna from India

    FDA issues final rule on safety and effectiveness of antibacterial soaps

    Genetically modified food - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    FDA Food Code

    1993 Jack in the Box E. coli outbreak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    To hear more from John, check out his other podcasts Roderick on the Line and Road Work.

    http://foodsafetytalk.com/food-safety-talk/2016/9/20/food-safety-talk-108-hyperbole-and-fire-ants

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  2. Crush on Radio: Merlin Mann and The Meadowlands

    The first episode was my proudest moment: a chat with the legendary Merlin Mann about an album that changed his life: The Meadowlands by The Wrens. It was an incredible experience, and I’m happy to share it with you all again.

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  3. The Incomparable | The Ziggurats of Yavin IV (Episode 313)

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    The Ziggurats of Yavin IV

    Nope, Jason, John, Serenity, and Dan aren’t going to analyze the trailer for “Star Wars: Rogue One.” It’s not going to happen. It would take rebel podcasters, striking from a hidden studio, to bring this podcast to its knees…

    August 14, 2016

    1 hour, 52 minutes

    Antony Johnston

    with Liz Myles, Chip Sudderth and Moisés Chiullan

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    The Ziggurats of Yavin IV

    Nope, Jason, John, Serenity, and Dan aren’t going to analyze the trailer for "Star Wars: Rogue One." It’s not going to happen. It would take rebel podcasters, striking from a hidden studio, to bring this podcast to its knees…

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/313/index.php

    —Huffduffed by KatieFloyd

  4. The Incomparable | Chekhov with Two H’s (Episode 311)

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    Chekhov with Two H’s

    We review “Star Trek Beyond,” the latest installment in the J.J. Abrams-produced “Star Trek” movie universe. What are the best cast pairings? Why was Idris Elba’s character in need of simplification? When does the spin-off about Jaylah in Starfleet Academy start filming? And what is this franchise’s best destiny?

    July 30, 2016

    1 hour, 16 minutes

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    Jason Snell

    with Erika Ensign, Scott McNulty and David J. Loehr

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    Chekhov with Two H’s

    We review "Star Trek Beyond," the latest installment in the J.J. Abrams-produced "Star Trek" movie universe. What are the best cast pairings? Why was Idris Elba’s character in need of simplification? When does the spin-off about Jaylah in Starfleet Academy start filming? And what is this franchise’s best destiny?

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/311/index.php

    —Huffduffed by KatieFloyd

  5. TeeVee | “Stranger Things”: Season 1 review (Episode 187)

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    “Stranger Things”: Season 1 review

    Grab your Wrist Rockets and toast some Eggos—it’s time to talk Stranger Things! Even though only one of our panel was alive when the show takes place, we talk ’80s influences, our favorite characters, theories about Season 2, and much more.

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  6. Game Show | Low Definition: Hell Is Other People’s Words (Episode 41)

    More ridiculous definitions, both real and imagined. Plus, we’ll take your orders for some disgusting mixed drinks, and ponder a Slovenian proverb.

    https://www.theincomparable.com/gameshow/41/index.php

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  7. Ep. 206: “The OG Haoles” - Roderick on the Line - Merlin Mann

    The Problem: You’re not gonna go to Unalakleet.

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  8. David Foster Wallace - “This is Water”

    This talk by the late David Foster Wallace might just change the way you see the tiny, sometimes annoying, details of life. This was the commencement speech he gave at Kenyon College in 2005. The speech is published in a short book called This is Water.

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  9. Accidental Tech Podcast 173 (bootleg live recording)

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  10. CCATP #433 I Push Hard on Greg Scown from Smile About TextExpander 6 « NosillaCast

    There’s been a lot of consternation on the Internet this week about the announcements by Smile with their new TextExpander 6 product at textexpander.com.

    I invited Smile founder Greg Scown onto the show to explain their thinking and to allow me to ask him some tough questions.

    It was hard for me to do because TextExpander is a beloved product and the company Smile has shown themselves over the many years to care deeply about their customers.

    In fact, when I recently surveyed listeners about the first five apps they add to a new Mac, TextExpander was in the top three.

    It’s important to note that Smile is not an advertiser for the NosillaCast.

    http://media.blubrry.com/nosillacast/traffic.libsyn.com/nosillacast/CCATP_2016_04_08.mp3mp3 download

    Here’s an outline of what I asked Greg. You’ll need to listen to hear his answers:

    Sharing is the big new feature of TextExpander 6.

    I have to be honest, I don’t think that I have a need to share my snippets with anyone.

    Even when I was working in large teams at work, I never felt the need for this.

    I have trouble convincing other people that haven’t used a text expansion program that they should even start using one.

    What research do you have to show that users need/want to share snippets??

    Sharing on TextExpander 6 is through their own web service, not using Dropbox or iCloud:

    Syncing is notoriously difficult.

    We’ve all suffered duplicate contacts, duplicate photos and all the other fallout of poorly designed syncing tools.

    Why did you decide to design your own syncing tools instead of using those that are already built like Dropbox and iCloud (which still has its problems)

    In your documentation you say that our snippets will travel over secure connections, but they will be stored in plain text.

    Obviously my audience is way too well educated to store passwords and social security numbers in TextExpander, but the aggregate of someone’s snippets would be a terrific attack vector for a phishing attack.

    From my snippets you’d know my name, home address, phone number, email address, tools I use, people I communicate with, places I’ve worked, my mechanic’s phone number.

    That’s a pretty good place to start with a phishing attack.

    Why aren’t you encrypting our data as it would if it were in Dropbox or iCloud?

    TextExpander 6 is only available through subscription pricing:

    There has been a great deal of conversation online about the new subscription pricing.

    I think two factors are biggest in people’s minds.

    They are weary of monthly bills piling up and feel it makes them lose control of when they can afford to spend money

    The pricing of the monthly subscription is much higher than they’ve been paying to buy TextExpander outright and buy all of the updates.

    Some math is showing it as around 2X the previous price.

    With competition out there, how do you justify this sizable price increase to

    your customers?

    Smile also announced TextExpander Windows beta – this is huge news! I know if you google “is there a TextExpander for Windows” you get about a zillion hits.

    If people have bought Breevy from 16Software.com to sync their TextExpander snippets back and forth with Windows, will this be disabled if they go to TextExpander 6?

    Can you explain how TextExpander works with respect to logging into the service?

    For example, what if I’m without network access for an extended period of time?

    Will my snippets still work for an extended period without Internet access?

    http://www.podfeet.com/blog/2016/04/ccatp-433/

    —Huffduffed by KatieFloyd

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