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  1. The John Hill Interview - No Jumper

    Today we have skateboarder/YouTuber John Hill on the podcast. John is one of the biggest names in the YouTube skate community and updates his channel daily showing his life and his skateboarding to his 400,000+ subscribers. We had a great chat. Enjoy!


    No Jumper is The Coolest Podcast In The World.

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    and iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/no-jumper/id1001659715?mt=2

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIXYOdz7DSM
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    Tagged with entertainment

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  2. Episode 104: Brad Shoemaker on Giant Bomb, Hosting the Bombcast, and Games Criticism

    On this week’s episode, Giant Bomb senior editor and host of the Bombcast, Brad Shoemaker, joins host Josiah Renaudin to discuss Giant Bomb and the state of games media. Brad details his long career in games writing, how he dealt with the shift from writing to video, how long it took to feel comfortable in front of the camera, how the site continues to find great new talent, what he sees as the next big shift in games coverage, and what’s coming up on Giant Bomb.

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/the1099/episode-104-brad-shoemaker-on-giant-bomb-hosting-the-bombcast-and-games-criticism
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Mon, 07 Aug 2017 17:42:42 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  3. The 1099: Episode 83: Vinny Caravella on Giant Bomb’s Future and the Balance Between Written and Video Content

    On this week’s episode, the head of video for Giant Bomb and the host of the Giant Beastcast, Vinny Caravella, joins host Josiah Renaudin to discuss the progress of Giant Bomb East, the importance of personality at Giant Bomb, Drew’s departure, the balance between written and video content at the website, how special the Giant Bomb community has become, the current trends in games media, and what you can expect from Giant Bomb this year.

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/the1099/episode-83-vinny-caravella-on-giant-bombs-future-and-the-balance-between-written-and-video-content
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  4. PAX East 2017 Live Drive with Jeff, Vinny, Dan and Alex [Mixlr] (03/09/2017)

    Little bit of Dan’s Periscope thrown in at the end, but the signal became too weak. Maybe more parts to come?

    Big thanks to http://jefflr.moe/ where we grab the audio from.

    https://twitter.com/jeffgerstmann/status/839888725823873025 http://mixlr.com/jeff-gerstmann/ https://twitter.com/DanRyckert/status/839899791962206209 https://www.periscope.tv/w/1YqGoWEvnyaGv

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ji0L8G3qOnY
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Thu, 09 Mar 2017 21:34:36 GMT Available for 30 days after download

    Tagged with gaming

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  5. Alan Henry, Editor in Chief of Lifehacker | Cool Tools

    Cool Tools Show 068: Alan Henry

    Our guest this week

    is Alan Henry. Alan is the editor in chief of LifeHacker, a site that offers tips, tricks, and downloads to help people live their best, most productive, and most fulfilling lives. He’s also a recovering physicist, music lover, and self-proclaimed lover of dorky and niche hobbies.

    Subscribe to the Cool Tools Show on iTunes | RSS | Transcript | Download MP3 | See all the Cool Tools Show posts on a single page

    Show notes:

    AKG Q701 Quincy Jones Signature Premium Headphones ($250)

    “I’m a bit of a headphone fiend and have far too many pairs, but these are my daily drivers.”

    Takeya Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker ($20)

    “I love my Bonavita for my morning hot cup, but this takes the cake in hot weather!”

    Das Keyboard 4 Professional Mechanical Keyboard ($162)

    “I ‘love’ keyboards, and own way too many, but this is the perfect blend of mechanical feel and not-too-noisy for writing and work that won’t drive officemates batty.”


    “A no-frills, cross-platform, web-based smart to-do list app that has the bells and whistles in the right places, like reminders and apps/integration for just about every other tool you might use.”


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  6. Episode 55 - JP LeBreton

    This is a show about video games, the people who play them and the people who make them. Each episode, a guest on the show talks about the games that have shaped their life in one way or another. Games that have inspired them, games that forged connections with others & games that have soothed wounds. Checkpoints!My guest today is JP LeBreton. Having worked on a variety of games including Bioshock 1 & 2 and The Cave for Irrational Games and Double Fine respectively, JP has since gone solo and is currently working on Autobiographical Architecture as well as various other small projects.We meander through the games that shaped JP’s life. As well as a life long fascination and love of Doom, we hit on the mystery and promise of his first experience with a Commodore 64, how places in videogames can be as evocative and powerful as real world locations , why he was jealous of the UK home computer scene of the 80s, and how N++ caused him an injury. He also talks quite frankly about how challenging the video game industry can sometimes be, but how games themselves can often be a salve to this negativity, and remind you why you loved them all over again.’Something magical is happening that I don’t understand and it’s coming from the machine.’ Best outro music ever! courtesy of With EtherPATREON! - patreon.com/checkpointsiTunes HERE -  SUBSCRIBE / RATE / REVIEWGames discussed: Doom, Mr. Robot, Biosock, Forbidden Forest, Syndicate, Quake, Racing Construction Set, Wolfenstein, System Shock, Metroid Prime 2, N++RSS HERETwitter - twitter.com/CheckpointsShowCover design: Craig Stevenson - http://onedinosaurandhisballoon.blogspot.co.ukMusic: Samuel Baker - http://soundcloud.com/furoshiki


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  7. Ron Hale-Evans, Author of Mind Performance Hacks | Cool Tools

    Cool Tools Show 064: Ron Hale-Evans

    Our guest this week is Ron Hale-Evans, the open source software blog, Planeta Diego: Linux Y Software Libre, once described Ron as “writer by profession, game designer by vocation and psychologist by training.” He’s the primary author of the 2006 book Mind Performance Hacks and co-author of its 2011 spiritual successor Mindhacker.

    Subscribe to the Cool Tools Show on iTunes | RSS | Transcript | Download MP3 | See all the Cool Tools Show posts on a single page

    Show notes:

    WhiteCoat Clipboard ($31)

    “The WhiteCoat Clipboard [are] folding clipboards and they’re all medical editions of one sort of another and, one morning a few years ago for some reason, I woke up with the idea that I just had to have a folding clipboard to fit in my bag. I searched for folding clipboard on Amazon and ‘The WhiteCoat Clipboard’ was pretty much it. It folds up so it will fit into a doctor’s or nurse’s coat pocket. … You can put stickers on it or decorate it in some other way, but I keep mine plain, because it’s kind of fun to look at. … It’s also good for when you just throw it in your bag, if you have notes in it, they don’t get all creased and crumpled, because the folder protects it.”

    Alphasmart Neo – Handheld ($27, used)

    “It’s kind of like a calculator screen, but bigger. It’s just great, you just type in it all day and then at the end of the day, you plug it into your laptop or whatever via USB and it pretends it’s a keyboard, and it essentially simulates typing into whatever document you got open and it dumps it that way. … It’s very good for getting away from different things, go sit out in the son and not only are you not connected to the internet, but you’ve got a screen that’s visible in bright sunlight. It’s great for just throwing in your bag and going anywhere and the battery life is like forever.”

    Emacs Orgmode

    “It’s a package for Emacs that makes it much more useful in daily life. Emacs is GNU Emacs, it’s a text editor that has got all kinds of Swiss army knife bells and whistles on it. It’s very great, a lot of people prefer more minimalist editors like VI, but there is still a bunch of people who like Emacs like me. I’ve been using Emacs for a long time. I think since college but Orgmode is an add on package that lets you do things like freeform notes, calendar, to do lists, embedded spread sheets, literate programming. I use it for journal with embedded quantified self data. You can write a book manuscript in it and then render it as LaTex PDF, EPUB. If your publishers want word, you can convert it to word with no problem. .. It’s just very, very, powerful and useful. It’s all keyboard driven, there’s really no mousing necessary.”

    Oblique Strategies

    “[Oblique Strategies] comes in many forms from decks of cards to phone apps or web apps and you press a button or pick a card and it gives you advice about something you’re stuck on creatively. … The advice is very good, it comes from Bryan Eno and Peter Schmidth, Bryan Eno is a musician, Peter Schmidth, the painter. … It’s just wonderful, it doesn’t hold your hand too much and it doesn’t give you airy-fairy kind of advice that you can’t do anything with. There is a good balance between general and specific, they only give you a specific task, like a prompt, you know, that you might get from a writer’s book. They give you a general idea that can be applied to a lot of creative problems, but that seems specific.”


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