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  1. ‘Tolkien in Oxford’, BBC 1968

    A discussion between Dr Stuart Lee and film & TV director Leslie Megahey on the BBC's 1968 documentary, ‘Tolkien in Oxford’, given at a day-long symposium that focused on different aspects of Tolkien’s academic and literary work and life in Oxford.

    http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/tolkien-oxford-bbc-1968

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  2. “Wan, dim, and pale”: the OED and Tolkien

    A talk by Edmund Weiner, given at ‘Tolkien in Oxford’, a day-long symposium that focused on different aspects of JRR Tolkien’s academic and literary work, and his life in Oxford.

    http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/wan-dim-and-pale-oed-and-tolkien

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  3. Tolkien in Oxford: Books and Beowulf

    A talk by Professor Andy Orchard, given at ‘Tolkien in Oxford’, a day-long symposium that focused on different aspects of JRR Tolkien’s academic and literary work, and his life in Oxford.

    http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/tolkien-oxford-books-and-beowulf

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  4. Tech Distortion

    Igloo Software: If you’ve ever worked in a corporate environment, you know how painful intranets can be. Often times they are poorly designed repositories of stale information, and people wind up avoiding them by just emailing file attachments back and forth.

     

    Igloo is an intranet you’ll actually like. It’s built with easy-to-use apps, like file sharing, blogs, calendars and task management, and it works on any device – from your laptop to your tablet to your phone. Best of all, you don’t need to hire a team of developers for just one small change. The drag-and-drop interface and WYSIWYG editor make it as easy to update as the consumer apps you use at home.

     

    Check out igloosoftware.com/pragmatic to get started. It’s free to use with up to 10 people.

    http://techdistortion.com/podcasts/pragmatic/episode-50-accidental-clicking

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  5. Episode 48: We’re Selecting for Duckface

    Faith and Jason are joined by John Siracusa again this week! Topics for this episode include cracked iPhone screens, Anime, natural selection, Idiocracy, mashups, and more.Show Notes

    Woman Who Cracked 3 Separate iPhone Screens Expecting Baby Boy This August | The Onion - America’s Finest News Source

    The Neverending Story (6/10) Movie CLIP - Big Good Strong Hands (1984) HD - YouTube

    imgur: the simple image sharer

    John’s Random Musing

    Idiocracy Discussion

    OS X 10.10 Yosemite: The Ars Technica Review | Ars Technica

    Christian Bale Drops Out of Steve Jobs Biopic | Variety

    Christian Bale can’t play Steve Jobs. Here are 8 people who can | The Verge

    Anime

    Cowboy Bebop (TV Series 1998– ) - IMDb

    Planetes (TV Series 2003–2004) - IMDb

    Ghost in the Shell (1995) - IMDb

    Grave of the Fireflies (1988) - IMDb

    Bootie Blog

    Mashups

    welcome to the web wide world of the kleptones

    the kleptones invite you to a night at the hip-hopera

    Girl Talk - All Day

    John Siracusa

    Hypercritical

    Accidental Tech Podcast

    John Siracusa (@siracusa) | Twitter

    The Incomparable - a podcast from The Incomparable

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  6. Football Weekly: Chelsea power on as Wayne Rooney sees red | Football | theguardian.com

    The podders look back on another convincing win for Chelsea. Plus, Champions League previews; a roundup from the Championship; and laying a patio with Nigel Pearson

    http://www.theguardian.com/football/audio/2014/sep/29/football-weekly-podcast-chelsea-power-on-rooney-sees-red

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  7. Tech Distortion 29: You Can’t Fight Physics

    The Surface Pro 3 claims to be the best of both a laptop and tablet experience but in trying to compromise for both, new issues about its optimisation for either use case become evident. Myke Hurley joins John to dissect the Tablet Laptop category.

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  8. 014 Star Trek was always there and print happens later with Jason Snell

    Jason Snell is the editorial director at IDG. He also does the Incomparable. They do these drafts on the show. I ripped the idea off for one of my Slovene shows. Jason said that he doesnt’t mind and I have it on tape. The Incomparable is really awesome and so is Jason.

    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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    Star TrekTwilight zoneRedshirts

    The Incomparable

    Hardware:Macbook air 2013YetiDell Ultrasharp vs Apple Thunderbolt displayMagic trackpadiPhone 5siPad mini retinaKindle PaperwhiteMac miniLogitech SqueezeboxApple  TV

    Software:TwetterrificMLB at batInstacastFantasticalGrocery iqDropboxVesperRomantimatic - Gregs post

    iPad software:ComixologyChunkyipingTivo appThreesNYT appMicrosoft OfficeGoogle Drive

    Favorite tech: Mac SE

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  9. 10: The Key Holder

    Christina Warren and Casey Liss return to discuss video game retail and all it entailed: sexual harassment, death threats, Pokémon cards, babysitting kids, "quick change", and the loss of camaraderie and caring over the last 15 years. Part 2 of 2Pictured: NOT Casey Liss, but close. Adam from the FuncoLand training video.An "extended cut" combination of both episodes will appear in the Master Feed (iTunes) as "Trouble in Pikachu City". Let us know if you like that sort of thing.SPONSORSTransporter: personal cloud storage that lives in your house. Use offer code ESN10 to get 10% off any Transporter model at FileTransporter.comPANELISTSChristina Warren is the Senior Tech Analyst at Mashable. She’s also a big-time film nerd. Big. Time.Casey Liss writes software and is one-third of Accidental Tech Podcast (ATP if you’re nasty).SHOW NOTESPart 1, "The Summer of ‘99"Funcoland commercial "Back in Five Minutes" was the bane of many’s existence because a) it encouraged dropping kids off, b) minors could not sell back items, c) no one got a check or cash equivalent for trade-ins, and d) no kids were ever allowed to have that much fun in the store. Where did they think they were, FuncoLand???Pokémon cards are the devil, and Redemption (which is still around!) fought the devil and all the "Satanic" other CCGs of the 90’s.Not only is Redemption still around, but they have "Women Booster packs" and a 2008 expansion set called Rock of Ages.Casey inaugurates "Shrinkwrapping, shelving, helping customers on the floor, or ringing in customers?" as the new "F/M/K"Keymaster/GatekeeperConsumerist is a great site filled with loads of customer service horror stories alongside some of the best-ever reporting on consumer advocacy issues.Quick change scams are mean, awful things to do.Superman 64 is still 100% awful.Intelligent Qube is a great, tragically forgotten puzzle game for the PlayStation worth saving life good scotch. Chu Chu Rocket too.Syphon Filter really wanted to be Metal Gear Solid.People often forget the N64 had a bunch of really great games like Wave Race 64 and Banjo Kazooie.Resident Evil 2 and Code: Veronica were an obsession for many. Both games would be sold back and re-bought in Moisés’ store repeatedly.Earthbound, part of the Mother series in Japan, still has an enormous cult following (including creator Shigesato Itoi) that drove its being made available on the Wii U eShop and the digital release of the classic Nintendo Strategy Guide.A combo GameCube/PS1/PS2/XBox controller to USB adapter. An yes, this makes it possible to use a Wavebird or two.A two-port N64 controller to USB adapter.You can still find loads of original vintage-plug controllers, but USB "alike" variants are all over too.

    http://www.esn.fm/thank-you-for-calling/10-the-key-holder

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  10. Tech Distortion

    Episode 27: Military Software

    Both Casey Liss and John have done some development and engineering in a military environment that comes with its own set of unique restrictions and pressures. We explore the good, the bad and the downright annoying aspects but don’t worry, it’s not all bad.

    Sponsored by:

    LIFX is a smart lightbulb that gives you previously unheard of control of your lighting. Each bulb is Wi-Fi enabled, can give you light in whatever colour of the rainbow you like, and is an energy efficient LED light bulb that you can control with your smartphone. Visit lifx.co/pragmatic for more informtaion and use the coupon code “PRAGMATIC” for 15% off the total price of your order.

    Guest-host: Casey Liss appears on the Accidental Tech Podcast each week and also blogs here.

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    http://techdistortion.com/podcasts/pragmatic/episode-27-military-software

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