Today on the podcast is Matthias Gansrigler, founder of Eternal Storms Software. He develops the fantastic drag and drop enabled app, Yoink. In today’s interview we dive into what this app is, how some of the more advanced features work, and some interesting use cases for the app. Learn more about Yoink by visiting Eternal Storm’s website at www.EternalStorms.at/Yoink. Also at the beginning of the episode is a quick tip on how to swap your split screen apps. Feedback can be sent to iPadProsPodcast@gmail.com. Show notes are available at www.iPadPros.net.
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5by5 | Home Work #197: Season 2: Episode 4 - Email with Merlin Mann
A weekly advice podcast for people who work from home, whether freelancer or telecommuter. We address listener-submitted questions, comments and concerns about all aspects of working from home. Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.
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Episode 12 - Anton Krupicka - Action in SolitudeAction in Solitude
Anton Krupicka came onto the ultra running scene when he took 1st place at the Leadville 100 Run in 2006. He was 22 years old. In 2007, he took 47 minutes off his time and won the heroic race, once again. That time still stands as the 3rd fastest on the course. Those highly celebrated wins helped Krupicka turn his passion of running in the natural world into a career. Currently, he is sponsored by La Sportiva, Buff, Petzl, Ultimate Direction, Zeal, and Stance.
Krupicka stopped by the basement in Denver, Colorado to talk about his upbringing in Nebreska, his back-to-back wins at the Leadville 100 Run, and how his pursuits in the outdoors have changed over the years. Enjoy!
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Alien: Isolation review: crew expendable | Polygon
Isolation isn't the worst Alien game, but it is the most disappointing
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Everything You Want To Know About Anal Sex (But Are Too Afraid To Ask)
Anal sex is not a new thing.
As long as people have roamed this fair planet, we've been putting body parts and other assorted items in each other's rectums.What is new is what appears to be an uptick in those of us who are willing to talk about anal sex — and enjoying it — especially those who don't identify as gay men. Thanks in part to more recent visibility in the media — from "Broad City" to "The Kingsmen" — and arguably to queer liberation, more and more people are having anal sex or are at least starting to think about having it.But if you've never tried it before, the thought of giving it a go can be daunting. With worries about pain to stressing about a potential mess, anal sex virgins have lots of questions. Luckily, HuffPost Love+Sex Podcast co-hosts Carina Kolodny and Noah Michelson, along with special guests Dr. Zhana Vrangalova, a sex expert and professor at New York University, and Claire Cavanah, co-owner of the beloved sex toy shop Babeland, have dedicated their latest episode to all things anal.From a discussion with a woman who recently experienced an anal orgasm (but can't seem to have another one) to the ins and outs of trying anal sex for the first time to the mechanics of "pegging," find out what you need to know before someone starts knocking on your backdoor (or before you start knocking on someone else's backdoor).
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This podcast was produced and edited by Katelyn Bogucki and sound engineered by Brad Shannon with additional production by Jorge Corona. Like Love + Sex? Subscribe, rate and review our podcast on iTunes. Have an idea for an episode? Find us on Twitter at @HuffPostPodcast or email us at email@example.com.
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What you need to know about Uber | The Verge
Uber is an ideal topic for an episode of What's Tech. It's a ubiquitous piece of technology that millions of people use across the planet. But even intelligent veteran tech executives throw around…
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The 2014 Conference Episode - Evernote Blog
In this podcast episode we discuss the exciting announcements from the 2014 Evernote Conference.
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Super Joystiq Podcast 123: Persona Q, Tales from the Borderlands, Escape Dead Island | Joystiq
This week's Super Joystiq Podcast loves a good turkey warble sound effect.Happy Thanksgiving/Black Friday/regular Friday! We are here to talk games —an
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