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This series is all about Mechanical Keyboards, talking from switches, caps, DIY kits, hand-wired, cases, plates and more. If its about Mechanical Keyboards, we'll probably talk about it! As a sub-series is also the Mech Market Report, a weekly look at prices from the second-hand market on the MechMarket subreddit.
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Short horror stories written by The Fradd Siblings (Matt & Emma Fradd). Get the Sibling Horror book here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08XS5V9S4?pf_rd_r=GG5G9TAEMZH53KKN9E0F&pf_rd_p=5ae2c7f8-e0c6-4f35-9071-dc3240e894a8&pd_rd_r=f1ab8830-1d2b-4eed-a1fe-0787139a62ac&pd_rd_w=mGgzi&pd_rd_wg=Y3rrz&ref_=pd_gw_unk A big thanks to Soren Narnia of Knifepoint Horror who inspired us to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard).
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Inside MusiCast
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Inside MusiCast

Rick Such and Eddy Cabello

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Inside MusiCast provides in-depth interviews with amazing musicians, producers, session players, and front-line artists. We dedicate our podcast to those who go “beyond the liner notes”. Now, you’re inside the music scene.
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Welcome to Journey Through Classical Piano, the podcast dedicated to helping people of all musical tastes and backgrounds discover the beauty of classical music. This bi-weekly podcast features concert-like musical experiences and in-depth exploration of classical compositions. Your host, classical pianist Jeeyoon Kim, brings the splendor of the classical music experience right to your living room or on the go in 15-minute segments. Let’s embark in the journey together!
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Hosted by Brighton based freelance copywriter, Tom Davies, 'Podcast by the pier' is a show where freelance copywriters talk about all things freelancing and copywriting. In each 30-minute episode, Tom speaks to seasoned copywriters getting their advice on how to strive in life as a freelance copywriter. Whether you’re an experienced keyboard tapper or just dipping your toe into the world of words, pull up a deckchair and lend us your lugs as we dive into the minds of our freelance favourites.
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I started creating music on my old PC back in 2002 using DAWs such as Buzz, Fl Studio and Reason. As my artist name suggest I mostly compose tunes that have an ambient edge. My main passion is creating soundscapes, be they soft drifting drones/piano pieces/heavily synth driven, weirdly abstract and classical and orchestral pieces. I mainly compose using apps on my IPad but also make use of whatever instruments I have lying around such as my Pocket Operators, Modal Craftsynth, my favourite is ...
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Geekoholics Anonymous is your one stop Video Game Podcast shop. Each week your hosts Rico (@RicF) and Dayne (@DayneCody) talk about Video Games, Movies, Comics, TV or whatever the hell we like. Our show is heavily influenced by some of the greats like The Giant Bombcast, CAGcast and KFGD. Rico has an unhealthy amiibo addiction and Dayne is a keyboard and mouse snob. Join us weekly for our unique Canadian viewpoints on everyones favorite hobby.
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Broadcaster and journalist Ian Wolstenholme presents a programme featuring all that's best from the King of Instruments in all its guises - from the mighty classical and theatre pipe organs to the latest home digital keyboards and beyond. Visit our Facebook page - www.facebook.com/communitykeyboards for all the latest information.
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NRL Boom Rookies
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NRL Boom Rookies

ESPN AU/NZ, Nick Campton, Matt Bungard

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We are Boom Rookies, ESPN's rugby league podcast hosted by ABC sports writer Nick Campton and ESPN columnist Matt Bungard. If you're look for something beyond the regular take cycle of the sport, Boom Rookies provides game-by-game analysis and previews, delves into the bigger issues of the sport, and still leaves plenty of time to indulge in some good old-fashioned footy buffoonery. From Monday's weekly recap to Friday's preview show, there's plenty of the kind of footy chat that Dave 'Coal ...
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Peter Strachan is a capital markets veteran, resources analyst and lover of the oil, gas and energy game. Prior to moving into the finance sphere in 1983, Peter completed a Bachelor of Science in Metallurgy and Geology at University of Melbourne and after travelling the hippy trail, worked in Zambia and PNG as a metallurgist and as a business analyst in Melbourne with CRA, now Rio Tinto. Since 2003, Peter has been the brains behind the popular weekly “StockAnalysis” investment letter. Puttin ...
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Love classic, epic fantasy? Wonder what happened to stories of rousing adventure with noble heroes and dastardly villains? Then join Brandon Wilborn, fellow fantasy nerd and indie author, as he reads the unabridged audio version of his novels and stories, starting with his debut novel, The Treasure of Capric. Brandon’s action-packed tales with classic heroes and devious villains let you escape to wondrous worlds with noble quests, soul-piercing danger, and a thread of hope. Subscribe to hear ...
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Alar's Refuge is a D&D Live Play in a custom designed world played by a group of friends. Their journey within a place known as the Wheel may end up shaping the very face of Alar. An Away From Real Life production. Sometimes, getting Away From Keyboard isn't enough. Sometimes, you need to get Away From Real Life.
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Rock has a new home on this show! Each show is packed with heavy guitars that will tear the paint right off, bass that will tear down walls and vocals the break the windows and give you goose bumps. We also talk about whats going on in the world and in the world of ROCK! We also give artist bio's and checkout some of their latest work. Keep you informed on the who's who of rock music! So keep listening because you never know what your going to hear, who knows you might just find your next fa ...
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Unfiltered, Unapologetic commentary confronting and challenging the thoughts and opinions of “Keyboard Warriors” on Social Media. If you dish it out, be ready to take it! Black Radio Uncensored opinionated hosts seek out controversial stories and posts to dissect and often scrutinize, they stay poised and ready to clap back to combative comments, antagonize the embolden and breakdown all the latest hot topics circulating on social media. Black Radio Uncensored wreaks havoc on political corre ...
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Do you have memories of all-night gaming sessions, falling asleep at the keyboard? Do you remember the thrill of calling into a local or (if you could intercept the phone bill before your parents saw it) long-distance BBS to chat or "acquire" some new software? Are you still part of the Amiga scene, and keep buying new hardware upgrades as soon as they come out, regardless of cost? Amigos: Everything Amiga is the show for you! Each week, Boat and Aaron run down the latest Amiga community and ...
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Podcast by keyboard PCB designer That-Canadian (Chris), GeeWhiz (Josh) of SpaceCat Design, and Bakingpy (Danny) of Keebio. Listen to us talk about keyboard-related stuff and other random topics. Maybe we'll touch a tiny bit of news and project updates, but it's mainly just us hanging out and having a good time.
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For more than a dozen years, the Stack Overflow Podcast has been exploring what it means to be a developer and how the art and practice of software programming is changing our world. From Rails to React, from Java to Node.js, we host important conversations and fascinating guests that will help you understand how technology is made and where it’s headed. Hosted by Ben Popper, Cassidy Williams, and Ceora Ford, the Stack Overflow Podcast is your home for all things code.
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Steve Dawson hosts long-form interviews with musicians and music producers about their lives and experiences making and recording great music. From legendary session musicians to up and coming songwriters, from innovative guitarists to iconic drummers, bassists and keyboard players, Steve leads each guest through in-depth conversations about what drives them to make music, their creative process, their influences, and some of the nuts and bolts about how they actually work in the recording s ...
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We catch up with Morris Hayes to talk about his incredible career to date, including not only his amazing time with Prince, but his diverse production career and great insights on touring and playing. In this second instalment (Part 1 is here) we cover some iconic Prince gigs, a train wreck story that will turn your blood to ice water, hanging with…
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Long time between drinks, but I thought I'd express some of my thoughts on this new MK Trust and Safety System (https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/17qnciu/mk_vendor_trust_and_safety_system_and_rule_change/) Do you agree? Do you disagree? Hopefully it makes a few things get thought about a little deeper, and helps improve things f…
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Last week, a Virgin Atlantic passenger jet traveled from London to New York powered 100% by sustainable aviation fuel, or SAF. The low-carbon fuel came from feedstock that included used cooking oil and waste animal fats. Critics call the flight a gimmick, and to be clear, right now SAF makes up a tiny slice of the fuels airlines use to get us place…
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Do LLMs herald the end of computer programming (as we know it)? A Harvard lecture weighs in on this contentious topic. An epic hardware bug story. Question from the academic trenches: How bad will it look to prospective employers if you refuse to defend your PhD? (Answer: Pretty bad.) Another intriguing question: Were postal pneumatic tubes in Berl…
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When Section 702 became law in 2008, the intelligence community argued collecting phone calls, texts, and emails of people outside of the U.S. could protect against terrorism. But the communications of many Americans have also been collected, all without the required warrants. Now, Section 702 is set to expire at the end of the month. Marketplace’s…
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This week was a heavy content/media consumption week! Topics galore! From the Ti & King debacle to the George Santos expulsion and all the Diddy updates....We got it all! Happy Birthday Jane Elliott, Chadwick Boseman & the Legend, Richard Pryor! Happy 40th Anniversary to Michael Jackson's 13 minute short video/film, Thriller! Let's go! Follow us on…
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Evasius’ army arrives in Aposford. Kurian’s second meeting with him sets the opposing armies up for battle. - Written and performed by Brandon M Wilborn - Edited and produced with the assistance of Hindenburg Narrator - Copyright 2023 by Brandon M Wilborn - Theme music is "The Moldau" by Smetana, digitally arranged by composerr Thank you for listen…
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On today’s Tech Bytes: apologies, profanity and accusations of blackmail. It’s just another week in the life of Elon Musk. Plus, ultra-fast-fashion retailer Shein confidentially files for an IPO and seems to be trying to bolster its image. But first, one year ago this week, OpenAI released ChatGPT to the public for the first time. Within five days …
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As the year winds to a close, some big employers are facing lower-than-expected attrition rates—in other words, fewer people than expected are quitting. What a difference a year or two makes. People have strong opinions on the return-to-office conversation. Read Eira’s article and let us know how you feel. We are just beginning to explore the effec…
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This time of year, companies tend to open their wallets and choose where they choose to advertise. Those ad dollars are the lifeblood of X, the former Twitter. In the last quarter of 2021, almost 90% of Twitter’s revenue came from ads. That business model was already showing signs of wear after when Elon Musk took over. Now, as the Israel-Hamas war…
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This week, TikTok parent ByteDance said it’s retreating from mainstream video games altogether. Earlier this year, Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, a game that has had more than 400 million “unique registered users” since its 2017 launch, announced hundreds of layoffs as well. They’re just some examples of the wave of layoffs hitting game compani…
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From being your own boss to doing work you actually like, the perks of influencer life have drawn in plenty of creators to an industry valued at $250 billion. Take Sid Raskind, whose goofy lifehacks have earned him millions of followers on TikTok and Instagram. Still, Yanely Espinal, host of the podcast “Financially Inclined,” told Marketplace’s Li…
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Bito AI is an AI coding tool that helps developers work more productively with features like code completion within the IDE and personalized answers drawn from your codebase. Get started with their docs here. ICYMI: Retrieval augmented generation (RAG) is a way of addressing LLM hallucinations and outdated training data. Listen to our recent episod…
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Despite half the world’s population being female, there are still few technologies on the market to help manage the symptoms of menopause. Why is there a reluctance to invest in “menotech,” and is that changing? The BBC’s Elizabeth Hotson looked into the menotech products on the market and how the industry is evolving.…
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Over 2500 cases were filed over this past year under the Adult Survivors Act. You won't believe how many celebrities and public figures were hit this week alone...We share the list! Mistrial declared in the Breonna Taylor case. Derek Chauvin stabbed in prison but survived. Will Trump be indicted into office? Rapper Nas launches the "Paid In Full Fo…
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We catch up with Morris Hayes to talk about his incredible career to date, including not only his amazing time with Prince, but his diverse production career and great insights on touring and playing. In this first part we cover Morris’ development as musician, his entry into the orbit of Prince and his approach to becoming an effective musical dir…
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It’s that time of year again when the three of us reflect on the things we’ve bought and loved, or the things we want to get…and want to love…So, come join us in this episode for our usual amount of fun while seeing if there’s anything that might make your shopping list! A small note – we forgot to get this episode out before Black Friday but we’re…
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A reformed woman reflects on a harrowing encounter with her former drug dealer, where the unsettling intersection of voodoo and a seemingly endless chain of favors comes to a head. Written by Emma Fradd Performed by Amy Paonessa Artwork by Joseph Daly Buy our first 14 stories wrapped up in a book here: https://www.amazon.com/Sibling-Horror-Collecti…
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This week, the shakeups and confusion at OpenAI have come to a conclusion. Sam Altman returns to his position as CEO at OpenAI after its board fired him, which upset most of the company’s staff as well as others invested in OpenAI’s work in the generative artificial intelligence sector. Plus, Ryan Vogt resigned as CEO of the driverless tech startup…
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For the most part, it’s not too hard to get access to movies from the last decade or even the last century. But if you want to experience a video game from before, say, the ancient era of 2010? Good luck. A new report from the Video Game History Foundation and the Software Preservation Network finds that 87% of those older games are “critically end…
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Do you remember what your dream job was as a kid? We’re guessing that “YouTuber” was not on the list. Well, turns out vlogger/YouTuber was the top career choice for almost 30% of 8-to-12-year-olds who were surveyed a few years back. And across the country, camps and afterschool programs are cropping up to teach them how. Marketplace’s Lily Jamali s…
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It’s been a chaotic few days for the folks at OpenAI, including now-former CEO Sam Altman. To recap, on Friday the company’s board announced it had let Altman go, citing a lack of confidence in his “ability to continue leading OpenAI.” Several staff members then resigned and hundreds of others threatened to do the same if Altman wasn’t reinstated a…
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Cloudflare is a cloud provider used by almost 20% of all websites. Developers new to Cloudflare can get started here. Cloudflare recently launched Workers AI, an open, pay-as-you-go AI inference-as-a-service platform that lets developers run machine learning models on the Cloudflare network from their own code. Developers can get started here. On a…
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By now you’ve heard that the trial of Sam Bankman-Fried is over. What was the verdict for the founder of the bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX? Guilty on all seven charges, including fraud, money laundering and campaign finance law violations. Bankman-Fried will be sentenced in the spring. So how is the world of bitcoin and the blockchain faring…
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This is the first of series of soundtracks that are themes to made up titles for radio plays. The melody for this track was made in Fugue Machine. There are two instances of the Hillman synth app panned left and right. Each of these are going through an effect called Speaker. Grand Finale is being used for mastering. The title was inspired by a rec…
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The reckoning is here! What's done in the dark will definitely come to light! We're exploring 2 of the biggest stories of 2023 in one episode, the Will Smith/Duane Martin Saga and the Diddy/Cassie Epic Lawsuit! Whew! Smmfh .. The Adult Survivors Act is in full effect-Bill Cosby and L.A. Reid are both accused again for a quick payday under this act …
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Kevin Gastonguay is a pianist and composer from Minnesota and now based in Nashville. Kevin has gained has gained well-deserved recognition for his work with jazz guitarist Cory Wong, with whom he records and tours internationally. In addition to his collaborations with Wong, Kevin has played in a range of bands and continues to release his own wor…
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On this episode using AI an Quboz software we give you a higher quality show. Full of info and great music with a sound no one can compare with. We are the Hifi of podcasts. So enjoy this CD quality podcast of Rock Phoenix Live!!!!! We talk about Sweden and its beautiful country and people. Sweden invests in the education of its people so the peopl…
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Kurian returns to his hometown and begins preparing the villagers to face Lord Evasius. - Written and performed by Brandon M Wilborn - Edited and produced with the assistance of Hindenburg Narrator - Copyright 2023 by Brandon M Wilborn - Theme music is "The Moldau" by Smetana, digitally arranged by composerr Thank you for listening! To find The Tre…
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On today’s Tech Bytes, our review of the week’s biggest headlines, Meta strikes a preliminary deal with Chinese videogame maker Tencent, giving the company a chance to return to China 14 years after Facebook was banned there. We also talk about the ransomware attack on a major Chinese bank, and how the Biden administration thinks American companies…
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The first in our new off-season series of retrospective episodes about a club's entire season! Starting with something near and dear to Matt's heart we'll run through the ridiculous coaching carousel, the amateurish way the club was run and the multiple superstars that slipped through Souths' fingers.…
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Sana automates user enrollment, training reminders, and other manual/admin tasks associated with onboarding and learning. Sana AI, their AI assistant, is trained on a company’s data so employees can self-serve the knowledge they need. On a related note, listen to our interview with Gašper Beguš, director of the Berkeley Speech and Computation Lab, …
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Ed Motta has waited five years to deliver a new album that is loaded with lots of surprises. On “Behind The Tea Chronicles”, our former guest takes us on a journey that is unpredictable, yet is rooted in the passions that are close to Ed. The Rio-born musician allows these passions - Steely Dan, food, vintage television and cinema, wine, and even c…
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Steam Deck OLED, The Marvels and more – Geekoholics Anonymous Video Game Podcast 423 On this weeks episode we blab about the following Games and topics: Whatcha Been Playing? Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 9 Years of Shadows Lies of P News: Cross Platform / PC / Misc. Valve Announces Steam Deck OLED Activision Warns …
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The soundtrack to the modern workplace sounds a lot like a cacophony of familiar pings and notification sounds from digital communication tools like email, Slack, Zoom and Teams – all of which are supposed to make us more productive. But all too often they can feel overwhelming, interfering with, you know, actual work. On this episode of Marketplac…
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Alison Brown is a Grammy Winning banjo player, composer and producer who has made a bunch of great albums under her own name but also as a sideperson and collaborator with artists like Alison Krauss, Michelle Shocked, and Stuart Duncan. She started playing as a youngster, first on dobro and then switched over to banjo. She spent her early years cut…
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Back in August, the autonomous vehicle industry was riding high. Fast-forward three months, and the California DMV has suspended the robotaxi company Cruise from operating anywhere in the state. Federal regulators have also opened a probe into multiple incidents involving Cruise cars. Andrew Hawkins, transportation editor for The Verge, has reporte…
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SPONSORED BY CHRONOSPHERE Episode notes: Chronosphere is introducing Lens, a cloud-native observability tool to view data flows between services. At Uber, Rob created M3, an open-source metrics engine compatible with Prometheus. Congrats to Lifeboat badge winner, ralf htp, for their answer to How to read an image in Python OpenCV. If you want to me…
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