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How to produce your own podcast — Quartz at Work

Not gonna argue, the numbers are about right. You can cut costs by doing audio editing yourself because it simple (but trade time for money). Podcasting is harder than people think but anyone can do it. Look at me, I do. The financial and time breakdown of producing your own podcast. — Read on work.qz.com/1152960/podcasting-is-the-new-blogging-if-youre-rich/

The Science of Sample Rates (When Higher Is Better — And When It Isn’t) – SonicScoop

The Science of Sample Rates (When Higher Is Better — And When It Isn’t) – SonicScoop — Read on sonicscoop.com/2016/02/19/the-science-of-sample-rates-when-higher-is-better-and-when-it-isnt/ Brilliant read on the science behind acoustic sample rates and, more importantly, the subjective experience of “listening”.

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Nokia Healthmate (aka Withings) is crap

Dear Nokia Healthmate This is a very negative review of Nokia Healthmate. Having attempted to use the post-withings version of the Health Mate app I’m close to giving up. My main complaint is that user interface is unspeakably bad. I can’t see my charts, the screen keeps resizing them. The entire user interface is a […]

Selling is making poeple feel bad

The Rise of the Machines – Why Automation is Different this Time

 

The Golden Road to Samarkand

I heard about this poem play today by James Elroy Flecker and was delighted to read this. It strikes a chord with me. SCENE II At the Gate of the Moon, Bagdad. Blazing moonlight. MERCHANTS, CAMEL-DRIVERS and their beasts, PILGRIMS, JEWS, WOMEN, all manner of people. By the barred gate stands the WATCHMAN with a great key. […]

Adode Audition vs Logic Pro X – price wins

On the podcast, Ethan uses Adobe Audition for editing and I’ve been using Apple Logic Pro 9. With the new release of Logic Pro X, I considered switching to Audition so we were compatible. I’m not a fan of Adobe as a company who have a history of doing what’s best for Adobe and not […]

Listening to Your own Podcasts

I record podcasts regularly – typically once a week at the Packet Pushers Podcast. One of the less obvious problems of podcasting is that I have to listen to my own voice during the edit process (which Ethan & I do ourselves). Even after 170 shows published to date, I still cringe when listening to […]