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Tuesday
Apr152014

Episode 92: What a difference a song makes...

We discuss the controversial preference for listening to music from vinyl rather than a digital source, and the latest album from Sacred Warrior, Waiting in Darkness.

Accidental Tech Podcast Episode 60: The Great Odwalla Flavor Change of 2013

IRL Talk Episode 19: A Hullaballoo Is Not Necessary

Sacred Warrior: Waiting in Darkness

Episode 92: What a difference a song makes...

Tuesday
Mar252014

Episode 91: You can watch anything you want to, man...

We provide our analysis of Apple's unannounced upcoming products, include the TV product and the oft-rumored but as yet unconfirmed iWatch.

Apple wants its own path on Comcast network for video service, WSJ says | Ars Technica

Episode 91: You can watch anything you want to, man...

Tuesday
Mar182014

Episode 90: It's like they're members of a cult...

We discuss iOS 7.1, the coming MS Office for iPad, and we revisit the PonoMusic project with lots more info.

MS Office for iPad?

iOS 7.1: fewest crashes yet?

KVR: Forum Topic: Ponomusic

24/192 Music Downloads are Very Silly Indeed

Episode 90: It's like they're members of a cult...

Tuesday
Mar112014

Episode 89: Neil Young's amazing portable music machine

We discuss the latest development in high-end audiophile tech: Neil Young's PonoMusic.

Runkeeper

Sacred Warrior: Waiting in Darkness

The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions

kXm

Neil Young announces the launch of PonoMusic

Episode 89: Neil Young's amazing portable music machine

Tuesday
Feb252014

Episode 88: Media malfeasance

We discuss the poor job the media does in reporting facts in the tech sector, especially regarding hot-button issues including Apple, and net neutrality.

Adrenaline Mob “Men Of Honor”

Ranch On Mars released - a cover by Hobbes

Harold Ramis passes away

Samsung payola

What you need to know about Apple’s SSL bug

Netflix agrees to pay Comcast for faster service - links to Reuters article, which is misleading

Comcast-Netflix Didn't Violate Net Neutrality But It Wasn't Benevolent, It Was Business - Forbes

Episode 88: Media malfeasance