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  1. Toby Hadoke’s Who’s Round 232 - News - Big Finish

    Award-winning, full-cast original audio dramas from the worlds of Doctor Who, Torchwood, Blake’s 7, Class, Dark Shadows, The Avengers, Survivors, The Omega Factor, Star Cops, Sherlock Holmes, Dorian Gray, Pathfinder Legends, The Prisoner and Terrahawks

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  2. Origins of the Apple Human Interface

    “Origins of the Apple Human Interface” is a lecture delivered by Larry Tesler and Chris Espinosa. Held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, on October 28, 1997.

    Catalog number: 102706165

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  3. You Must Remember This: The Hard Hollywood Life Of Kim Novak

    In the first episode of You Must Remember This, a new podcast devoted to the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century, Karina Longworth and guest Farran Nehme (author of the Self-Styled Siren blog) work back from Kim Novak’s appearance at the 2014 Academy Awards to trace the ways in which Novak has always been an outlier amongst Hollywood beauties. Briefly the biggest star in Hollywood, Novak’s career has always been defined by the tension between her well-crafted image, and her resistance to being crafted into something she was not.

    Show Notes


    “Let’s Talk About Kim Novak” Farran Nehme, “Kim Novak Returning to SF To Share Her Art” “Bell, Book and Scandal: Kim Novak and Sammy Davis Jr.” from The Bad and the Beautiful by Sam Kashner and Jennifer MacNair Kim Novak: Reluctant Goddess by Peter Harry Brown Vertigo: The Making of a Hitchcock Classic by Dan Auiler Spellbound by Beauty: Hitchcock and His Women by Donald Spoto


    Hitchcock and Truffaut (and translator!) audio: Vertigo trai…

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  4. iOS 13 Siri Shortcuts: Automation Unleashed!

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    Siri and Apple’s voice and assistive technologies in general are getting some major love in iOS 13, including a synthetic yet more natural sound, new intents so developers can add Siri support to Maps apps like Waze and audio apps like Overcast, Audible, and Spotify, and even full-on Voice Control so you can navigate your iPhone, iPad, or Mac with basically the Will and the Word.

    And, of course, Shortcuts is becoming a built-in app and is adding support for a bunch of new functionality, not the least of which is the ability to accept conversation input. Yup, now if you tell Shortcuts to order you a pizza, it can ask you which of the last four pizza orders you want to repeat.

    To dig deep into how it all works, I asked Matthew Cassinelli to join. He was actually on the Workflow team when Apple bought the app, had written the documentation and filled the gallery, but left just as Apple was transitioning it into Shortcuts. Why? So he could help evangelize the technology from the outside. And that’s just exactly what he’s doing here today.



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  5. Longform Podcast #347: Michael Pollan · Longform

    Michael Pollan writes for The New York Times Magazine and The New Yorker and is the author of nine books. His latest is How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and

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  6. How Fleetwood Mac Wrote “The Chain”


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  7. Longform Podcast #338: Hillary Frank · Longform

    Hillary Frank is the creator of The Longest Shortest Time podcast and the author of Weird Parenting Wins. “I think motherhood is not valued in our culture. We don’t value the work of mothers both at home and then at work. Mothers are the most discriminated

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  8. A Relationship of Trust with Stephen Hackett — UNCO Podcast

    In episode 1 of The Future of Podcasts, I sat down with Stephen Hackett to

    talk about his history with podcasting, the founding of, building

    a relationship of trust with listeners, and the future he’d like to see.

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  9. Talkin’ Toons with The Justice League (Talkin’ Toons w/ Rob Paulsen)

    Susan Eisenberg (Wonder Woman), Kevin Conroy (Batman), Michael Rosenbaum (The Flash), George Newbern (Superman), Phil LaMarr (Green Lantern), & Maria Canals-Barrera (Hawkgirl), the voices behind the Justice League, join host Rob Paulsen to discuss the Justice League reunion campaign. Also, the Justice League becomes a fellowship when they read from Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring.

    On Talkin’ Toons, Rob Paulsen (Animaniacs, Jimmy Neutron, TMNT) sits down with his fellow voice actors to discuss their careers, the industry, and perform dramatic readings.

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  10. Cranford Radio - Cranford Man Serves as Archivist For Two Iconic NYC Radio Stations

    When we think of history and how it’s saved we often consider photographs, written records and moving pictures. What’s sometimes overlooked is the audio record of the past. Andy Lanset is in charge…

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