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Tagged with “podcast” (6)

  1. SoundNotion 234: Q for Qhord | SoundNotion.tv

    This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by Daniel Spreadbury (AKA Papa SMuFL), product marketing manager for Steinberg’s new engraving software Dorico. We cover details of the platform, how Dorico thinks about music differently, and our nerdiness.

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    Notes:Daniel Spreadbury

    Steinberg

    The details on Dorico

    The conversation about Dorico.

    Extremes of Conventional Music Notation

    Behind Bars by Elaine Gould

    Valerio Dorico

    http://www.soundnotion.tv/2016/05/soundnotion-234/

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  2. Debug 43: Marco Arment on Overcast | iMore

    Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Marco Arment joins Guy and Rene to talk about his new podcast client, Overcast, getting low level with Core Audio, writing downloaders, and many, many other things. Support Debug: Go to lynda.com/debug to start your 7-day free trial. Go to igloosoftware.com/debug to try Igloo for free.

    http://www.imore.com/debug-43-exclusive-marco-arment-breaks-his-silence-overcast

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  3. 012 Lonely sandwich magic and a place for the soul with Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann was part of You Look Nice Today. That show is so good, he could have just stoped making cool stuff after it was finished. He didn’t. He keeps making awesome things. We talked about them. And other stuff. Whom is Casey Liss?

    You can read about how and why this podcast came to be here and subscribe here. You can also support this show and a great podcast network here.

    Any and all feedback is very welcome! You can reach me on Twitter or email at hello(at)stormingmortal.com

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    Show notes:

    1. Back To WorkDan Benjamin

    2. You Look Nice TodayAdam LisagorScott Simpson

    3. Roderick on the Line

    43 Folders

    Technicaldificulties.usRadiolab

    Bionic

    MashMonty PythonMary Tyler MooreBob NewhartSpinal TapWaiting for GuffmanIdiocracy

    Florida.

    Hardware:2006 Mac Pro2010 Macbook AiriPhone 5SiPad MiniApple TV

    Software:TweetbotReederEditorial1passwordOmnifocusInstacastInstapaperComixologyCalendar 5FantasticalChunky

    Favorite piece of tech: Black and white TV

    http://stormingmortal.com/12/

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  4. Travel to Zimbabwe - Episode 158 - Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast

    Share ThisTwitter2Google+2Pinterest0Facebook0LinkedIn1The Amateur Traveler talks to Alex Lindsay about his adventures in Zimbabwe. Alex has been traveling to Zimbabwe twice a year for a number of years where he has built friendships with the people there including some notable artists and musicians. Alex talks about the struggles of life in Zimbabwe and the beauty of the country and the people.

    http://media.amateurtraveler.com/amtravmp3/158AmateurTraveler.mp3

    News

    Travel News – Drunk Pilots, Smiling Parisians, Amtrak Discounts, Iceland for Sale on eBay

    ‘Drunk’ United Airlines pilot arrested at London airport

    Smiling Parisians show you their city, for free

    Amtrak offers discount pass to U.S. residents

    Show Notes

    click here to download (mp3)

    click here to download (iTunes enhanced)

    PixelCorps – Alex’s companyZimbabweTengenenge

    village of sculptorsHwange National ParkVictoria Falls Safari LodgeSaki Mafundikwa’s work

    Baobab bed and breakfastDominic Benhura – sculptorBronson Gengezha – sculptor

    Introduction to the Shona language

    Community

    Vote for the Amateur Traveler at PodCastAwards.com

    Sheron asks where to ask questions: Amateur Traveler discussion boards

    http://africa.amateurtraveler.com/zimbabwe-episode-158/

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  5. weblog - The Record

    This episode was recorded 15 May 2013 live and in person at The Omni Group’s lovely offices overlooking Lake Union in Seattle.

    You can download the m4a file or subscribe in iTunes or subscribe to the podcast feed.

    Luke Adamson is a founder of Toy Rockets. He’s a former instructor at the University of Washington’s iOS and Mac certificate program and a former developer at The Omni Group (where, among other things, he helped create OmniOutliner).

    This episode is sponsored by Microsoft Azure Mobile Services. Does your app need online services? Syncing? Storage? Mobile Services is the easiest way to get started. Create your own APIs. Write your code using JavaScript (Mobile Services runs Node.js). Store data in a SQL database and/or in blob storage. Develop using your favorite text editor and terminal app on your favorite computer — a Mac. And never ever worry about applying security patches to a server. A trial account is free.

    Things we mention, in order of appearance (roughly):

    Gophers

    Idaho

    Meth

    Maze War

    Boise State U

    Nextstation

    UUCP

    HP

    Usenet

    Commodore 64

    BASIC

    Pascal

    Objective-C

    C++

    Win16

    AppKit

    Foundation

    NSString

    University of Idaho

    The Omni Group

    Texas A&M

    OmniWeb

    OmniPDF

    WebObjects

    Lighthouse Design

    Diagram!

    Quantrix

    Wainscoting

    EOF

    Standard & Poor’s

    Mitsubishi

    Toyota

    McCaw Cellular

    Oracle 8

    Craig Federighi

    Bruce Arthur

    Solaris

    Sybase

    G4

    Ireland

    Quake

    HP-UX

    Doom

    John Carmack

    Java

    BeOS

    Adobe

    PowerPC

    Power Computing

    Webscript

    Lisp

    Swing Toolkit

    AWT

    Ken Case

    Tim Wood

    Wil Shipley

    Greg Titus

    Andrew Abernathy

    Tom Bunch

    Retrospect

    Steve Nygard

    Class-dump

    OmniOutliner

    Visio

    Rhapsody

    OmniGraffle

    Illustrator

    Mazda RX-7

    FrontBase

    Denmark

    Cinema Displays

    TiBook

    Everett, Washington

    Blue hair

    Sub-prime mortgages

    Bear Stearns

    Deutsche Bank

    Credit Suisse

    Internap

    Xserve

    Ubermind

    Deloitte Digital

    Societe General

    India

    iOS

    Jailbroken iPhones

    Lucas Newman

    http://therecord.co/

    —Huffduffed by kintech

  6. weblog - The Record

    This episode was recorded 15 May 2013 live and in person at The Omni Group’s lovely offices overlooking Lake Union in Seattle.

    You can download the m4a file or subscribe in iTunes or subscribe to the podcast feed.

    Luke Adamson is a founder of Toy Rockets. He’s a former instructor at the University of Washington’s iOS and Mac certificate program and a former developer at The Omni Group (where, among other things, he helped create OmniOutliner).

    This episode is sponsored by Microsoft Azure Mobile Services. Does your app need online services? Syncing? Storage? Mobile Services is the easiest way to get started. Create your own APIs. Write your code using JavaScript (Mobile Services runs Node.js). Store data in a SQL database and/or in blob storage. Develop using your favorite text editor and terminal app on your favorite computer — a Mac. And never ever worry about applying security patches to a server. A trial account is free.

    Things we mention, in order of appearance (roughly):

    Gophers

    Idaho

    Meth

    Maze War

    Boise State U

    Nextstation

    UUCP

    HP

    Usenet

    Commodore 64

    BASIC

    Pascal

    Objective-C

    C++

    Win16

    AppKit

    Foundation

    NSString

    University of Idaho

    The Omni Group

    Texas A&M

    OmniWeb

    OmniPDF

    WebObjects

    Lighthouse Design

    Diagram!

    Quantrix

    Wainscoting

    EOF

    Standard & Poor’s

    Mitsubishi

    Toyota

    McCaw Cellular

    Oracle 8

    Craig Federighi

    Bruce Arthur

    Solaris

    Sybase

    G4

    Ireland

    Quake

    HP-UX

    Doom

    John Carmack

    Java

    BeOS

    Adobe

    PowerPC

    Power Computing

    Webscript

    Lisp

    Swing Toolkit

    AWT

    Ken Case

    Tim Wood

    Wil Shipley

    Greg Titus

    Andrew Abernathy

    Tom Bunch

    Retrospect

    Steve Nygard

    Class-dump

    OmniOutliner

    Visio

    Rhapsody

    OmniGraffle

    Illustrator

    Mazda RX-7

    FrontBase

    Denmark

    Cinema Displays

    TiBook

    Everett, Washington

    Blue hair

    Sub-prime mortgages

    Bear Stearns

    Deutsche Bank

    Credit Suisse

    Internap

    Xserve

    Ubermind

    Deloitte Digital

    Societe General

    India

    iOS

    Jailbroken iPhones

    Lucas Newman

    http://therecord.co/

    —Huffduffed by kintech