In this episode, we DEEP DIVE into Fujifilm to discuss the product line.
Andy has access to Project Stream, and Flo has a suggestion for a voice-activated trashcan. (If any of this interests you, click here for more!)
We did it, fam. We survived the endless off-season and hockey is baaaaack! Deb and Erika talk about our new career as Freelance Hockey Facilitators, The Drama in Toronto, the up/down sides of International Games and a Deb’s new Fantasy Hockey obsession.
In a special ‘How the Puck’ we discuss how teams go from Training Camp to a 23-man Roster. And yes, we explain What the Puck is an ATO/PTO, how waivers are used and who gets sent to minor league and who gets sent back to Juniors.
We even debate the merits of the 9 game “try-out”.
And, finally, while Erika may be less than thrilled with international games, she delights in the International crowd in a lovely little Hockey Tidbit.
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Jason and Stephen discuss the latest Commercial Crew dates, and emerging issues with the Hubble Space Telescope, as well as exomoons and Jason’s view of the latest SpaceX launch.
We’re back with even more randomly selected trivia questions from even more random editions of Trivial Pursuit! Star Wars! Doctor Who! Religion questions for kids! No subject is too obscure, and no question is too easy.
1 hour, 21 minutes
with Annette Wierstra, Dan Moren, Deborah Stanish, Katrina Griffiths, Scott McNulty and Steven Schapansky
We reconvene our Old Movie Club to watch two gritty early-1970s films that have been unfortunately remade in the last decade: “Get Carter” starring Michael Caine, and “The Taking of Pelham One Two Three” starring Walter Matthau. We learn about slide-based pornography, metaphors involving stick-shift cars, angry New York transit officers, kazoo parades, and so much more.
The heist of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is something like the holy grail of art crime. This podcast will look at why not a single artwork has been recovered. But first, we’ll revisit what happened that night.
Our favorite school supplies from our youth.
Leo is on vacation, so Jason Snell is guest hosting!Apple’s next big event is September 12th, and we have a sneak peek at the new iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4.The iPhone XS i…
Welcome to the 11th episode of the Urban Astronomer Podcast! Following recent trends, this is another interview episode. The guest is Martin Heigan, of Johannesburg, South Africa. Martin works in the field of 3D VisualFX and motion capture, providing these services for both local and foreign TV and film productions. But I was more interested in his astrophotography, so I called him about two weeks ago to record this interview.
In this recording, we discuss Martin’s relatively new career as an astrophotographer, his background in the world of computer graphics, and how a lifetime’s experience in photography helped him skip over most of the early learning curve of astrophotography.
There’s also mention of the Urban Astronomer’s upcoming appearance (disguised as a ScopeX representative!) at the ICON Comics and Gaming Convention from 16 – 18 June 2017 – be sure to pop in and say hi!
Martin Heigan’s website
Martin on Flickr
Martin on Facebook
Martin on Twitter
3D and Motion Capture
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