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Episode 33: Super Exotic Advice
July 26, 2016
Episode 33 (07/26/2016) - Super Exotic Advice
It’s Exotic Weapons: Part 5! This was supposed to be the last one, but then SherbetPop foretold of a prophecy and now it’s the second to last one! Join us this week as we talk about Thunderlord, Thunderlord, Thunderlord, Thunderlord, Super Good Advice, Thunderlord, Sleeper Simulant, Sleeper Simulant, Sleeper Simulant, Thunderlord, and Sleeper Simulant. Oh, and more listener stories, Twilight Gap, Banshee stealing more of our stuff, some very intentional character omissions, and a whole lot Sleeper talk that hopefully doesn’t actually put you to sleep. We’re almost at the end of Exotic Weapons, nooooo!
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Here are links to some of the things we discussed this week.
Ghost Stories Screenshot Competition
“Thunderlord” by Raven
“Thunder Lord” by Thunder Lord
No More Mr. Nice God
“Haters Will Say It’s Photoshop” - Sleeper MOTW
If you’re looking to get caught up on some of the subject discussed in this episode, feel free to check out these great sites.
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On this week’s episode of The Weekly Briefly I’m joined by my former podcasting partner in crime, Ben Brooks. We talk about (a) what sort of camera you should buy if you want to upgrade from your iPhone, and (b) how to increase your chances of snapping a few awesome photos of friends and family during the holidays (and pretty much any other time).
Notes and links:
Olympus E-PL5 and E-PL7
Casey Liss’s photo of Erin and Declan
Ken Rockwell’s X100T review
Stu Maschwitz: How to take good photos for under $1,000
Flare for Mac and iOS
VSCO Film and VSCO Cam
Lightroom review on The Sweet Setup
Camera connection kit for iPad
Mandrill: Scalable, reliable, and secure email infrastructure service from the folks at MailChimp.
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This episode of Eat This Podcast is something of a departure. With nothing in the pantry, so to speak, I had to make something with what I had: myself. So I hooked myself up to the audio recorder and went about some of my customary weekend cooking, muttering out loud about what I was doing and offering some reflections on my attitude to food and cooking. I hope the result sheds some light on where I’m coming from. Normal service will be resumed next episode.
I started this exercise determined not to apologise either for having indulged myself so or for the audio quality. And I almost made it. But not quite. So, please accept my apologies, mostly for the quality of the audio at time. This stuff is not easy single handed.
Also, no instructions from me on how to make your own yoghurt. If you want to learn the secrets of yoghurt as made by Turkish grannies, try The Food Programme.
The first recipe for my version of a light rye bread is here, though it doesn’t look very pretty. Pictures here. I need to transfer that recipe to the baking site, or better yet update it, because the current version is much better.
A couple of earlier podcasts dealt with integrity vs “authenticity” and good industrialisation.