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The Benefit of the Doud podcast is the intersection of technology, geekery, and all things nerdy. We cover all the top news of the week, plus we go deeper into topics that are important or relevant to you. We interview notable leaders in the industry. It's fun, funny, never too serious, and it keeps you up connected to all the important tech news of the day.
 
Non-elite, woke and very much weekly, your good friends Nick and Jon talk fitness, running and tech. Expect: marathon training, nutrition and weight discussions (trigger warning for that, btw), and a lot of badly thought through equipment purchases. Proud home of Nick's Shit Bluetooth Headphone Review. Non-pick for Runner's World 50 podcasts to run to, 2019. Please read the show notes. Ask if you'd like a Sticker.
 
English: Some of today’s greatest DJs and most famous producers owe a great debt of gratitude to their audience. And that’s exactly what the well known trio are trying to explore. Inspired by Jean Michelle Jare (Electronic Music Creator) this drove them to succeed and impeded their progress. As many people say, experience is the best teacher and so, their unique shows done on stages are graved in people’s memories. In addition, we hardly see a trio working together coordinating as these thre ...
 
Struggling with your tech? Don't understand what's going on in social media? Just want to use your phone, tablet, laptop, or even your TV without losing your grip? We're here to help you out! Our team of inspirational technology writers are ready with words of encouragement to help you through any problem you're facing with your PC, social media account, home theater, whatever! Want to get to grips with your tech? Hit play!
 
Presented by Causeartist, Disruptors for GOOD explores social entrepreneurs around the world who have dedicated their lives to ethical fashion, impact investing, sustainable travel, and businesses that impact the world in a positive way. The founder of Causeartist, Grant Trahant, does one-on-one interviews with some of the most creative and impactful startups and brands around the world.
 
Our show encourages usable designs for a better customer experience in products and services. Each episode is different, with the only constant being our demand that UX design make our lives better and provide long term value. If you care about design's impact on our modern quality of life, give us a listen. You will hear: * Critiques of products & services we've used thoroughly, * Interviews with people whose work or books we admire, and * Discussions of design methods we use in our own use ...
 
Paint Your Headphones was an ambitious project to bring together up and coming actors, comedians, musicians and writers in a high fidelity format on what was very much a lofi platform. Pre facebook, pre-streaming services, the team approached comedians and bands directly to collaborate on a unique project that was unlike anything else available. Only 4 were made and released for a brief period in 2005, then hosted on myspace for many years until the account fell dormant, these shows have bee ...
 
Two passionate audio engineering nerds --- Kush Audio gear designer and avowed analog snob Gregory Scott, and ITB mixing pro Nathan Daniel --- crack themselves up while answering listeners' questions about everything from gear and plugins, to the psychology of mixing, to what makes a song grab the listener's ears and heart and how to get more of it into your productions. Whether you mix professionally on a 9000J or in your bedroom on Cubase, these ballbusting fanatics of sound will spark you ...
 
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You'll find these links useful for this week's Really Useful Podcast. 5 Features You'll Need in True Wireless In-Ear Headphones 6 Things You'll Need to Know When Buying Wireless Headphones Apple AirPods Vs. AirPods Pro: Which Is Right For You? Christian Cawley and James Frew are this week's hosts. Follow them on Twitter as @thegadgetmonkey and @jim…
 
Tom is now the Editor-in-Chief at AV Gadgets: https://avgadgets.com/ 0:02:07 Tom reviews the Tribit QuietPlus 50 Bluetooth Active Noise Canceling Headphones.And you can read his full review at AV Gadgets: https://avgadgets.com/tribit-quietplus-50-bluetooth-anc-headphone-review/ Also check out Rob’s Recommended Video, Audio & Blu-ray Player Settings…
 
Shimmering Moods is an independent boutique ambient label based in Amsterdam. In the last couple of years, it has released albums by Halftribe, Andrew Tasselmyer, Anthéne, øjeRum, Purl, and Olan Mill, among the many recognized names in its quickly growing roster of artists. It’s easy to get lost in its catalog among the hazy, shuffling, dubbed-out …
 
NEWS Labels make Twitch crack down on music infringement Immersive sound without speakers or headphones GUEST Musician, vocalist, and mixer Robert Martin Robert Martin was a long-time member of Frank Zappa’s band, the musical director for Bette Midler, and toured or performed with Paul McCartney, Michael McDonald, Stevie Nicks, Boz Scaggs, Etta Jam…
 
In episode 83 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Bridget Hilton, Founder of LSTN Headphones, on the power of giving the gift of hearing to 35,000 people around the world, all while competing against Beats and Bose in a sector ruled by giants. Bridget and her co-founder, Joe Huff, started LSTN in 2012, after seeing someone hear her own…
 
CNET did a drop test of the new iPhone 12, to see if the new Ceramic Shield glass is as strong as Apple claims. The results are impressive. See CNET's test here: https://www.cnet.com/news/results-are-in-iphone-12-scratch-drop-test-ceramic-shield-as-tough-as-it-sounds/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
NEWS Warner Music uses AI-driven A&R to sign more artists Popular artist vocals and lyrics can now be deep faked GUEST The Police and Sting manager Miles Copeland – Part 2 Miles Copeland formerly managed The Police and created IRS Records. IRS was at the forefront of punk and New Wave as the home for […] The post Episode #346 – Miles Copeland Part …
 
In episode 85 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Adila Cokar, founder of The Good Tee and Source My Garment, on how to responsibly use offshore manufacturing and disrupt the lifecycle of fast fashion. Adila Cokar is the visionary behind Source My Garment, the essential book written on how to responsibly offshore manufacturing, and a m…
 
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