Recorded January 19, 2018
A very short audio bit I recorded on my way out of work last Thursday, the day I interviewed Manton Reece.
I’m publishing this bit for no other reason than I need to publish more of these audio bits!
A quick audio bit, recorded while driving through my car’s audio system for part of it (sorry), regarding upcoming blog posts and reviews of Android and the Pixel 2 XL.
I’m not blogging as much. But that’s just because my creative energy is being poured elsewhere. Here’s what I’m up to.
I’ve been writing about Microsoft’s moves for the last three years. This week everything has come together and I’ve been writing my first multi-platform application using C# and Visual Studio. In this long rant I go on and on about how Microsoft needs to spread the word about what they are up to.
Links for this bit:
This past weekend Eliza and I attended an orchestral presentation by the NEPA Philharmonic that featured musical scores composed by John Williams – my favorite score composer.
Forgive the audio quality, the fact that I forgot to record more than I did, and that at the end I yell “it’s all over” so fast that it is unintelligible. I was quite literally blown away by the presentation. I cried (both at Jurassic Park and during Leia’s theme), I laughed (at the conductor playing the role of Indiana Jones), and my spirits were soaring (during Hook!).
Not my best audio bit so far but definitely my favorite.
Listen to me ramble on about the Apple Watch for a few minutes.
Recorded on September 1, 2017
A quick audio bit from the Pacific coast of Mexico.
Recorded September 10, 2017
Starting with this audio bit I’m making a few changes.
I’m ditching the episode numbers. My audio bits are not a podcast, they aren’t really episodes, and keeping track of the numbers is just more work. I will, however, denote in the title that this is an audio post.
I’m also switching to the audio format that comes directly out of Voice Memos on the iPhone rather than doing the work of converting the file to MP3. If you have any issues listening to this audio file please let me know.
Enjoy the listen!
In late-July I stumbled upon a large mound of sand at a construction site that had several large wasps digging holes. I had never seen a wasp that large in my life. Turn your volume up for the tail end of this audio bit.
Phil Condron and I were recently interviewed on tecBRIDGE Radio – a radio show cum podcast about business, entrepreneurship and the knowledge economy in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Topics included marketing for small businesses, who should learn to code, and the history of Condron Media.
Full disclosure: Condron Media is a reoccurring sponsor of tecBRIDGE Radio as we, like tecBRIDGE, believe that right now and right here in NEPA it is the best time and place to start and grow a business.
You can also listen to this episode right here:
On Sunday Danny and I discussed learning Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts, a bit about video streaming services and the value they bring, and also a bit about Nintendo. Here are some links from this episode.
Danny and I have a Saturday morning conversation about my purchase of the new Microsoft Surface Book with Performance Base and switching from macOS to Windows 10.
Thanks to Danny for the early wakeup.
I edited this MP3 and published this post on Windows 10. Yay!