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  1. Connected #255: Addicted to the Thrill of Cyber Crime - Relay FM

    Federico is just a pile of recurring automations now, so Myke and Stephen discuss the rollout of Apple Card and the macOS bounty program, before a dive into FileMaker’s history and recent rebranding and a discussion of moving on from the Apple Watch.


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  2. 9to5Mac Watch Time podcast episode 3: Apple Watch and managing mental health with Alex Cox - 9to5Mac

    9to5Mac Watch Time is a brand new seasonal podcast series hosted by Zac Hall. Over the next few months, we’ll talk to real people about how the Apple Watch is affecting their lives. In the third episode of our new Watch Time podcast, Zac is joined by Alex Cox of Cards Against Humanity plus several …


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  3. Episode 120: Changes to Photos Coming in iOS 13 and Catalina – AppStories

    This week, Federico and John take a close look at the upcoming changes to the Photos app on iOS and the Mac.



    Tagged with photos app

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  4. Micro Monday - Episode 66: Pratik, aka @pratik

    This week’s guest just returned from Yellowstone National Park with some amazing photographs. Pratik talks about his approach to taking photos while on vacation. We also talk about blogging in a post-Facebook existence. And we go on a tangent about Star Trek fandom, and learn that Pratik can’t do the Vulcan “Live Long and Prosper” salute.


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  5. Ep. 11 - Emily Nussbaum “The Trick is to Find the Third Thing” | Maximum Fun


    The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo


    Emily Nussbaum

    WE’RE BACK. A number of bumps in the road on the way to getting the last episode out resulted in the last episode becoming THIS episode; and THIS episode, is the Emily Nussbaum episode!

    Emily is the former editor of Nerve, writer for Slate and the New York Times, Culture Editor of New York magazine, where she created the Approval Index (where I was over the moon to have once achieved a spot in the Lowbrow/Brilliant quadrant); current Television Critic at the New Yorker (that’s three of the five major periodicals with New York in the very title); she is a Pulitzer Prize winner and has a new book coming out called, "I Like to Watch: Arguing my Way Through the TV Revolution."

    This conversation was long and good.

    We covered deadlines, miniseries, "First Draft Men," soaps, the evolutions, upheavals, and regressions of television, criticism as art?, and much much more.

    In fact, this episode WOULD’VE been longer had not one of those aforementioned bumps in the road been a digital failure that made a section of talk unrecoverable.

    It was when we started to discuss the amazing #Pen15 (on Hulu); but I wound up dropping us back in (after the second break) to the middle of that section because I felt like to lose it entirely would also have been to lose where the conversation went from there, re. women and storytelling in the industry, and I didn’t want to lose that.

    It’s not hard to follow, but if a stray reference to #Pen15 throws you off for a second, that’s why.

    Our sponsors for this episode are:

    Casper Mattress - go to casper.com/art and enter "art" at checkout for $50 off select mattresses!

    Storyworth - visit storyworth.com/art for $20 off your subscription!

    Order Emily Nussbaum’s "I Like to Watch: Arguing my Way Through the TV Revolution" at emilynussbaum.com

    Find us all at:@tedleo@aimeemann@artofprocesspod@emilynussbaum@MaxFunHQ


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  6. Amanda Palmer and Laurie Penny in DC: A Legitimate Adventure

    An audio diary from Amanda with Laurie Penny while in Washington, DC during the 2019 White House Correspondence dinner. more pictures, links, and info are HERE!: https://www.patreon.com/posts/27191431

    this audio diary was powered by over 15,000 patrons supporting me on http://patreon.com/amandapalmer. join the community and help me make more art…it’s an amazing group and WE. ARE. THE. MEDIA.

    1:45 - AFP at the airport after landing in Washington DC! 2:30 - AFP in a cab on the way to the hotel! 4:30 - Laurie and Amanda meet up. Laurie recounts being at the Trump inauguration and getting one of her “death metal periods”…. 6:45 Amanda recalls being present for President Obama’s inauguration with dresden dolls…. 7:45 - AFP and Laurie getting ready for the “Not The White House Correspondents Dinner” 8:25 - Laurie talks about who she is and what she does…. 11:00 - In the cab on the way to Samantha Bee’s “Not The White House Correspondents Dinner” Laurie talks about UK vs. US and being a journalist…. 15:00 - In the cab after the dinner, Laurie and AFP reflect on the “work party” vibe … 17:00 - Sam Bee’s event was star-studded group therapy with people like Sigourney Weaver …. 18:10 - AFP + Laurie answer questions from Patrons and get …

    Original video: https://m.soundcloud.com/amandapalmer/amanda-palmer-and-laurie-penny-in-dc-a-legitimate-adventure
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Sat, 01 Jun 2019 01:09:07 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  7. Thoroughly Considered #51: Puppet Notebook - Relay FM

    Myke, Tom, and Dan chat about the new Studio Neat product, Totebook!


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  8. Sophomore Lit | The Old Man and the Sea (Episode 10)

    What must a man endure? Must a man endure a podcast about Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea? Sure, why not. Erika Ensign joins in to discuss marlins, sharks, and the Great DiMaggio.


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  9. Hands-On Tech 12 Moment Tele & Wide Lenses Review

    Upgrade your smartphone photography game with Moment’s M-series lenses. Megan Morrone reviews Moment’s Tele 58mm Lens that will give you a 2x optical zoom, the Wide 18mm Lens that …


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  10. Weeding is Fundamental - 99% Invisible

    On October 17th, 1989, the Oakland A’s were playing the San Francisco Giants in the World Series, but just as the game was kicking off—the television broadcast cut out. When the signal came back, it was no longer the baseball game. These were the early minutes of the Loma Prieta earthquake, which struck near Santa


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