emersunn / Paul Emerson

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  1. Secrets of Sourdough

    Today, you can find a huge variety of breads on supermarket shelves, only a few of which are called “sourdough.” For most of human history, though, any bread that wasn’t flat was sourdough—that is, it was leavened with a wild community of microbes. And yet we know surprisingly little about the microbes responsible for raising …More →


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  2. ASU Hires Chief Information Officer | KJZZ

    ASU recently added a new chief information officer. His name is Lev Gonick, and he has come to the Valley from Cleveland.There, he was CEO of the civic-tech organization DigitalC, a nonprofit with the goal of helping Cleveland accelerate the use of technology to have the greatest impact on the community.Gonick is also credited with helping to create a broadband network that has had a positive impact on that region’s tech sector.Gonick is with me to talk about what he’s looking to do at ASU and in the Valley.


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  3. 248: Chili Cookoff

    Follow up:

    Tradespeople and Face ID

    Multitasking gesture wonkiness on the home screen

    "I got this phone for $50 and it’s fine"

    Pro-rated AppleCare+

    MacBook key repairs

    OLED and burn-in

    Kbase article (👋🏻, Stephen)

    iOS’ commentary

    iPhone X camera

    Joe Rosensteel has thoughts

    about portrait mode

    Casey notices some failures too



    GeForce Now (via Kim Ahlberg)


    VPNs (via MarcMV)


    AirPower for Magic Mouse and Magic Keyboard

    What does "close to the metal" mean? (via Jonathan Bowling, who clarifies his position)

    Qi chargers

    Mophie disc

    RAVPower stand

    Studio Neat Material Dock

    Elevation Dock

    Belkin vs. Mophie

    IKEA Qi charger

    Grovemade charger

    The Verge’s iPhone X Review (timestamp link)

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    When you have time, check out this awsome etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/damajahandmade

    This side: A1 - I Come From The Mt. - 00:00 A2 - Toe Cutter / Thumb Buster - 04:38 A3 - Floating Coffin - 08:16 A4 - No Spell - 10:43 A5 - Strawberries 1+2 - 15:18

    That side: B1 - Maze Fancier - 21:14 B2 - Night Crawler - 24:38 B3 - Sweets Helicopter - 28:58 B4 - Tunnel Time - 31:58 B5 - Minotaur - 36:07

    Label: Castle Face ‎— CF-018 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: Apr 2013 Genre: Rock Style: Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock


    DISCLAIMER : I do not own any of the music/artwork featured in this video. If your property is featured and you wish for it to be removed, please message me and I will gladly oblige. The videos are uploaded simply for entertainment/informational purposes.

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuYOMvTLoJo
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  5. John Roderick of The Long Winters: “The Song That Changed My Life” on The Sound of Young America | Maximum Fun

    Latest Episodewith Amy SedarisTwo legends this week: first up, Amy Sedaris. Amy’s made a career playing characters - and we say this with absolutely zero shade intended - people who are kind of grotesque and weird. The weirder and grosser the better - take Jerri Blank on Strangers with Candy or Mimi Kanasis on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, too. But on her new show, At Home with Amy Sedaris, Amy pretty much plays herself. She talks with Jesse about how that’s a transition out of her normal comfort zone. Also discussed: rabbits, monkfish, and girl scout badges!

    Then, the great Paul Reiser the legendary standup and actor. He’s also the creator of a brand new TV series, it’s called There’s Johnny and it’s premiering this week on Hulu. It takes place in the early 70s, behind the scene of the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Reiser knew Carson about as well as anybody could and dishes on what it was like appearing on his show almost a dozen times. Show notes


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  6. Bullseye with Jesse Thorn: Holiday Special with John Roderick, Jonathan Coulton, The Polyphonic Spree and MBMBaM | Maximum Fun




    Jonathan Coulton


    John Roderick


    Tim DeLaughter


    Justin McElroy


    Travis McElroy


    Griffin McElroy


    Daniel Ralston


    Josh Modell


    Andrea Battleground

    New to Bullseye? Subscribe to the show in iTunes or via the RSS feed, or check out our SoundCloud page to share any or all of these interviews or recommendations!

    Gift Giving with The AV Club: Tarantino XX and Rediscover Jigsaw Puzzles

    Josh Modell and Andrea Battleground from The Onion’s AV Club join us this week with some holiday gift ideas. Josh recommends Tarantino XX, a 10-disc, Blu-ray collection of several of Tarantino’s most loved films. Andrea suggests picking up one of the Rediscover jigsaw puzzles of your gift recipient’s favorite album covers.

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    John Roderick, Jonathan Coulton, and a Wunnerful Christmas

    John Roderick and Jonathan Coulton each carved his own warm, authentic, relatable space in the indie rock scene, and their sounds and aesthetics are complementary enough to make a collaboration welcome and exciting. That the collaboration comes in the form of a Christmas album is unexpected, but the end result, One Christmas at a Time, is a fun and charming exploration of familiar holiday themes — from coping with drunk uncles to the one ultimate childhood gift. Roderick and Coulton join us this week to discuss their first meeting, the challenge inherent in capturing the feelings and emotions of the holiday season while maintaining secular points of view, and why celebrating Christmas in Los Angeles is contemptible.

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    Cockney Accents, Gift Cards, and Christmas Music with My Brother, My Brother and Me

    Navigating the holidays can be a treacherous task; between divining proper party etiquette, appropriately selecting gifts for your loved ones, and just coping with all of the little things that spring up around this time of the year, you’re probably aching for some guidance right about now. Fortunately, an ace team of (terrible) advice-giving brothers joins us this week to set us straight.

    If you’re hungry for more wisdom, seek out Justin McElroy, Travis McElroy, and Griffin McElroy’s podcast My Brother, My Brother and Me on MaximumFun.org or in the iTunes store.

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    Tim DeLaughter on The Polyphonic Spree’s Holiday Experiment

    The choral symphonic band The Polyphonic Spree’s new album, Holidaydream: Sounds of the Holidays started out as an experiment — what happens when you take The Polyphonic Spree’s ethereal, angelic sound and apply it to holiday favorites? The Polyphonic Spree’s lead singer Tim DeLaughter joins Bullseye contributor Daniel Ralston to explore this question, the role of spectacle in the act, and DeLaughter’s experience collaborating with his young son on the record.

    Daniel Ralston is a co-host, producer and editor of The Low Times Podcast.

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    The Outshot: Donny Hathaway’s "This Christmas"

    Popular Christmas music can be pretty hit or miss, and a relatively small catalog of options combined with seasonal overexposure to the genre can make the hits seem few and far between. One Christmas pop song that never disappoints Jesse: Donny Hathaway’s "This Christmas".

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