justingoboom / Justin Strasburg

I am a web designer, tea drinker, sushi eater, and I make noise as one half of Partly Zombish. I currently live in Buffalo, NY.

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  1. What Does It Take to Run a Whole Animal Butcher Shop? - Eater

    This week on the Upsell, Prime Time’s Ben Turley and Brent Young discuss the realities of the trade

    https://www.eater.com/2018/10/24/18018434/eater-upsell-meat-hook-ben-turley-brent-young

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  2. Def Leppard Joe Elliott complete 2018 interview

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyfizhjEoGM
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Sat, 20 Oct 2018 22:50:14 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  3. Cortex #75: Home Again - Relay FM

    Myke has lots of music to share, Grey unveils the mystery of his Home Screen, and they both have new Apple Devices.

    https://www.relay.fm/cortex/75

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  4. Upgrade #210: Tennis Macs - Relay FM

    Jason’s back from the Apple event to discuss today’s events with Myke. A new watch! New phones with confusing names! Surprises and reveals! And of course, the results of the 2018 Apple iPhone Event Draft!

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/210

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  5. Connected #204: Tennessee Can’t Get Me - Relay FM

    Stephen and Myke kick off iPhone and iPad rumor season, then talk through some recent app news and Apple’s cancellation of the App Store Affiliate Program.

    https://www.relay.fm/connected/204

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  6. Upgrade #203: I Have Felt the Power of the Snell Zone - Relay FM

    Federico Viticci and Serenity Caldwell join Jason and Myke to dive deep into how we use our iPads for business as well as creative pursuits, including writing and illustration.

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/203

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  7. The Cult of Aphex Twin - BBC Radio 4

    Music writer John Doran ventures into the strange world of Richard D James. Over the course of three decades James, known to his legion of hardcore fans as Aphex Twin, has achieved the primary but evasive aim of most serious musicians - the invention, exploration and curation of a truly unique and inimitable sound.

    Born in Ireland and raised in Cornwall, James was radicalised by the underground acid house phenomenon that swept UK clubs in the late 1980s but, unlike many of his peers, he seemed equally influenced by ambient, New York minimalism, power electronics, avant composition, techno, industrial and pop music.

    By combining these strands, he became just about "as important as a single figure can get in electronic music" and the more that the press wanted to speak to him the more he treated their attention with a mixture of irritation, gleeful mischief and wilful myth building.

    Realising that legend is often much more interesting than truth, he slowly began to construct a personal mythos that many still believe to this day. Does he really write songs while asleep after training himself in the practice of lucid dreaming? Does he drive a tank round Cornwall? Did he once live in a bank vault in the middle of the Elephant And Castle roundabout? Does he own a submarine? Does his DJ tech rider include a food processor and sheets of sandpaper? Does he move among his many fans on electronic dance music forums online, often trolling them and stirring up these very myths?

    In an attempt to disentangle the man from the myth, we hear from fans such as comedian Vic Reeves and those who know him best such as musicians Tom Middleton, Leila, David Toop and Scanner.

    Fan of 25 years John Doran believes that James should be seen as a Cornish folk musician. While a lot of time has been spent talking about how groundbreaking his music has been over the years, less thought has been devoted to discussing how he is also a conduit to the pre-Christian culture of the Cornish past, not just through the song names he chooses or the natural textures of plant and mineral that his music evokes, but also because he is a product of the Cornish myth-making tradition himself and part of a proud heritage that includes mermaids, giants, piskies and pobel vean.

    Presented by John Doran Produced by Barney Rowntree A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 4.

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    Original video: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b88k6l
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Tue, 03 Jul 2018 16:52:09 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  8. Upgrade #196: Workflow Siren - Relay FM

    Live from WWDC, Jason and Myke break down the major announcements for iOS, macos, and watchOS, including a close result in the Upgrade Keynote Draft, the emergence of user automation on iOS via Siri, and potentially big changes to the Mac App Store

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/196

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  9. Connected #195: A Conference for Liars - Relay FM

    The WWDC Happy-o-meter is back! Come along with Stephen, Myke and Federico on a trail of joyful wishes and hopeful dreams.

    https://www.relay.fm/connected/195

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  10. Upgrade #193: This is Stephen Hackett’s Fault - Relay FM

    The 25th anniversary of BBEdit and a visit with a friend lead Jason to take a deep dive into Mac history, Google shows a disappointing lack of forethought in its AI demo, and the future of TV is apparently Apple’s TV app.

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/193

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