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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.
 
Got square eyes? Dream in pixels? Put down the controller, step away from the keyboard and take a break without, you know, taking a break, with Ben and Tao's leftfield video game analysis, fresh from the screen. I'm Ben. And I'm Tao. And this is... Pixel Vision.
 
Have you ever heard the saying that writing is 2% inspiration and 98% perspiration? What if I told you writing can be 98% inspiration? Welcome to Intuitive Writer. This weekly podcast will show you how to tap into inspiration and make it a part of your everyday writing practice. Say goodbye to those days of perspiring over the keyboard and hello to inspiration.
 
Over the years Digital Coffee has morphed into a gaming podcast. Brett Deister the host, loves all things tech and gaming. However, he has experience in the PC gaming peripheral market. This is the only podcast dedicated to gaming marketing. Find out what we will talk about. A list of topics to be discussed: Latest video game updates Tips on better gameplay Tricks on understanding the gaming audience How-to's on marketing strategies Reviews on the latest video games Reviews on the latest gam ...
 
Henry Hey is a keyboard player, composer and musical director in New York City. In this series, Henry speaks candidly with some of the worlds most successful artists. Some of these artists you may know, and others you may only be hearing about for the first time, but each of them has changed our world in their own unique way. These interviews unlock their wisdom, life stories and secrets.
 
Short horror stories written by The Fradd Siblings (Emma and Matt 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).
 
A weekly podcast hosted by Jules and Marconin, Tauren Think Tank focuses on the interpersonal issues that Blizzard gamers experience both in-game and in their outside lives. This show is an audio advice column, where listeners send in their questions asking for help about anything from interacting with other players to managing depression and social anxiety. Come sit by the fire, meet new friends, and know that you're never alone! Questions can be sent to questions@taurenthinktank, or send t ...
 
I was given a keyboard at a party in 2006, and was told I could keep it on the condition that I play it there. Music's been revealing to me ever since that first time. I play unwritten and unplanned improv. You're listening to my journal. Easy to remember my life when I listen. Satisfying to recall the good times and acknowledge the journey.
 
Hello and welcome to the Traxion Podcast. This will be a weekly podcast about racing video games, hosted by John Munro, Tom Harrison-Lord and Justin Sutton. Racing games have played a big role in all of our lives to this point, and If you are listening to this then we are sure it’s the same for you too. What we aim to do is bring together racing game fans from all genres, whether that be casual arcade racers, retro gamers or even hardcore sim racers. We are open to any topics, from celebrati ...
 
Music Musing is a podcast where we talk about music. How it influenced you, how it makes you feel, what it has done for your life. We are always looking for those in the music industry to come on and talk about those experiences. If you have show ideas or just want to share your ideas on one of our topics, reach out to us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com
 
Welcome to our audio programming page in which we'll be providing links to MP3 audio files of interviews and commentaries involving Thornburg Center associates and other experts on educational technology from around the world. Some of these productions are created by us, and some are created by others. They all provide interesting insights we think will be of interest to educators, worldwide.
 
An audio community for freedom-driven entrepreneurs wanting to build and scale an impactful online business - allowing you to spend more time with your toes in the sand than your fingers on the keyboard. Each episode is value-packed and ready to equip you with insight and actionable tips to help you build your business around your life and find *your* freedom.
 
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Listen to a recap of the best deals and news from 9to5Toys each day at noon. 9to5Toys Daily is available on iTunes and Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed. New episodes of 9to5Toys Daily are recorded every weekday. Subscribe to our podcast in iTunes/Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes a…
 
This week on the podcast we talk about our reviews of the Gamdias Hermes M5 Gaming Keyboard which is a $49 mechanical keyboard, and the PNY XLR8 Gaming Epic-X RGB 16GB 3600 MHz Memory Kit. We also discuss the first leaks of the Intel Core i9-12900K, CPU smuggling out of China, the EVGA X570S Dark, and more!…
 
Back in May, Twitter partially disabled an algorithm that cropped photos posted by users in ways that revealed certain biases. A company audit, and plenty of people on the internet, found the algorithm preferred white faces over Black faces, and men over women. Now, as part of the hacker conference DEF CON, which starts tomorrow, the company is off…
 
T-Mobile has finally confirmed when it will shut down Sprint's LTE network as part of its assimilation of the carrier it acquired in April of last year. It told Light Reading that it will shutter the service by June 30, 2022. Since completing the $26 billion merger, T-Mobile has been busy using Sprint's spectrum to expand the rollout of its 5G netw…
 
After going down briefly earlier today, Apple's website has returned with a new design that reintroduces a "Store" tab not unlike the one it removed nearly six years ago, MacRumors has reported. That leads to a dedicated buying section where customers can select from its product lineup, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV. With th…
 
Nissan has unveiled its 2022 Leaf with more standard features and a lower base price tag that makes it the cheapest EV in the US, the company announced. The most basic model, the Leaf S with a 40 kWh battery, now costs $27,400 or $28,375 including the destination charge — or $20,875 if you qualify for the $7,500 federal tax credit. That means it's …
 
Pixel 6 Preview: Here's What Google's First Smartphone Chip Can DoThis is The Pixel 6, Google's Take On An 'Ultra High End' PhoneGoogle's Pixel 6 phones are coming with a chip designed in-houseThe Pixel 6 camera will try to magically unblur people's faces in your photosGoogle is aiming for iPhone-like video quality with the Pixel 6's cameraGoogle I…
 
Perhaps Google has started preparing for the launch of its upcoming Nest camera products, which is why they showed up on the company's store for a very brief period. While the listings are no longer available as of this writing, The Verge was able to catch a glimpse before they disappeared. Apparently, the tech giant will launch a battery-powered N…
 
Until recently, there was only one smartphone on the market equipped with an under-screen camera: last year's ZTE Axon 20 5G. Other players such as Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi had also been testing this futuristic tech, but given the subpar image quality back then, it's no wonder that phone makers largely stuck with punch-hole cameras for selfies.Despite…
 
Picture of the Week.Mozilla's Firefox Monthly Active Users (MAU) slowly but steadily drops.Google to finally assume HTTPS.The evolution of "Initial Access Brokers".DarkSide Returns."A Microsoft July 2021 Recap"Tailscale.Closing the Loop.SpinRite.The BlackMatter Interview.We invite you to read our show notes at https://www.grc.com/sn/SN-830-Notes.pd…
 
Diablo Immortal may be a game for tiny screens, but that doesn't mean it's a small feat of development. For precisely this reason, Activision Blizzard has delayed the release of Diablo Immortal to early 2022. The action RPG was originally supposed to hit iOS and Android devices this year, but developers need more time to fine-tune PvP content, impr…
 
WhatsApp is adding disappearing photo messages to its app. Called “view once” photos, the new feature allows users to send photos and videos in chats that can only be viewed a single time before disappearing.The Snapchat-like feature is similar to Instagram and Messenger’s disappearing photo features. When snapping a picture in WhatsApp, users can …
 
A harassment and discrimination lawsuit from the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) isn’t the only legal battle Activision Blizzard has to worry about anymore. Ahead of the company’s Q2 earnings call on Tuesday, a firm called Rosen Law filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of investors who traded in Activision Blizzard sec…
 
Apple Q3 earnings, Pixel 6 & 6 Pro, Spatial Audio Google Pixel 6, 6 Pro PreviewApple posts $81B quarterly results: ChartsApple's Wearables, Home and Accessories Category Sets New June Quarter Revenue Record of $8.8 BillionApple's Mac and iPad sales break quarterly recordsApple's iPhone hot streak is going to run into the global chip shortageApple M…
 
With the start of a new school year quickly approaching, Apple is once again expanding the availability of its contactless student IDs. Following an initial rollout in 2018 and subsequent expansions since, the software is making its way to Canada for the first time.In 2021, the University of New Brunswick and Sheridan College outside of Toronto wil…
 
22. Max Morris, Hotlines vs Community • AnchorFM: https://anchor.fm/intuitive/episodes/22--Max-Morris--Hotlines-vs-Community-e15ds5g • YouTube: https://youtu.be/QaW-i8LG0DU • Brighteon: https://www.brighteon.com/e3d9d17b-8405-4bea-ba4f-431a90edc364 • Comment: https://t.me/IntuitivePublicRadio/8654 - https://t.me/IntuitivePublicRadio/8655 •• --- Sup…
 
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many film festivals have shifted to online-only or hybrid formats. Later this month, another movie will premiere as a paid online event. This time around, you'll be able to watch it on Facebook.Users in any country where Facebook's paid online events are available (which now number more than 100) can watch …
 
When Inspiration4, SpaceX’s first all-civilian flight, takes off next month, Netflix will chronicle the historic mission with a documentary series. Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space will stream in five parts, with the first two episodes debuting on September 6th. In that way, it will be the first docuseries from the streaming giant to chroni…
 
Nestled in President Biden’s sprawling 2,702-page Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is a provision that could one day require vehicles sold in the US to come with a feature that detects when someone gets behind the wheel of their car drunk. First spotted by Reuters, the clause orders the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) t…
 
Boeing will have to wait yet again to prove the worth of its Starliner spacecraft. The company and NASA had planned to launch the capsule on Tuesday on top of an Atlas V rocket at 1:20PM ET, but that's not happening anymore. "We're standing down from today's #Starliner Orbital Flight Test-2 launch," Boeing said on Twitter. The company attributed th…
 
Controversial crime alert app Citizen has opened up its $20-a-month subscription service to everyone in the US. The Protect plan, which almost 100,000 users have beta tested, offers around-the-clock access to "Citizen’s team of highly trained Protect Agents," CEO Andrew Frame wrote in a blog post.Those agents can call 911 for you if you're in a sit…
 
I’m ambivalent about cross-brand synergy — typically hollow business deals borne from some misguided belief that yes, these two things work together and will sell more... something. Microsoft — more specifically, Xbox — loves to tie its onyx consoles to food companies, soft drinks and the rest. While promoting the Xbox One X in the US alone, there …
 
In the last few years, many of the biggest social media companies have been throwing money at creators, trying to get them to embrace their platforms and bring loyal audiences to their apps. Earlier this year, YouTube announced a $100 million fund specifically to pay creators who use the platform's new Shorts format, which just came out of beta and…
 
In the past year, Google Maps has received tons of new features to help you get around, pay for parking and keep abreast of new services in your vicinity. With its latest iOS update, Google is breaking out more of its most-used functions to help you access them faster. It's also adding a dark mode to lower the strain on your eyes and a new live loc…
 
Photo Illustration by Grayson Blackmon / The VergeA peek behind the curtain at the creator economy and what’s next for YouTube Shorts YouTube chief product officer Neal Mohan joined Decoder this week to discuss YouTube’s new $100 million fund to begin paying creators who use YouTube Shorts, which is its competitor to TikTok. Mohan is bullish on Sho…
 
Apple might be focused on Macs with in-house silicon, but that doesn't mean it's completely neglecting the Intel-based models. The tech firm has updated the Mac Pro with new high-end GPU options that promise big strides forward for graphics- and compute-intensive apps. AMD's Radeon Pro W6800X, W6800X Duo (shown here) and W6900X cards tout 50 percen…
 
Several US federal agencies are unprepared to protect the personal information of everyday Americans should they become the target of a cyberattack, according to a new report put together by the Senate Homeland Security Committee. The panel found that out of eight federal bodies, including the departments of State, Transportation and Education, onl…
 
Twitter announces partnership with The Associated Press and Reuters, Blizzard’s J. Allen Brack steps down after being named in lawsuit, and Lucasfilm teams with Bandai America for an R2-D2 Tamagotchi. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here. A special thanks to all ourContinue reading "Twit…
 
Boeing finally has a chance to redeem itself after its first Starliner test flight went awry, and you can watch as it happens. NASA is launching Starliner Orbital Flight Test-2 from Cape Canaveral today (August 3rd) at 1:20PM Eastern, with a livestream available from NASA's YouTube channel (below) starting at 12:30PM ET. If successful, the unoccupi…
 
Blizzard Entertainment's leadership is in upheaval following a California lawsuit over sexual discrimination and harassment. Studio president J. Allen Brack, who was named in the lawsuit, is "stepping down" from his role. Executive development VP Jen Oneal and GM Mike Ybarra (also a former Xbox executive) will take his place as co-leaders.The compa…
 
Didn’t get an invite from Microsoft to the Halo Infinite technical preview? That’s okay. The company has a consolation prize for you. Microsoft and 343 Industries have partnered with Waze to bring the Master Chief and Escharum, his Banished foil in Infinite’s upcoming story campaign, to the navigation app. For a limited time, you can give Waze a Ha…
 
In the Age of Telework, Protection Is Prerequisite As government agencies and organizations embrace hybrid work models, they must actively adopt security strategies to protect against threats.
 
About seven months ago, Apple rolled out some new features that let users see exactly how apps collect data about us and share it with advertisers. The privacy “nutrition” labels run pretty much on the honor system: It’s up to the app makers to provide the information. Now, Google is revealing how its own labels might work for Android. Marketplace’…
 
"Tok Tok! Tok! Is this thing still on?" As you might have noticed, we took an extended break for a while and dealt with life and things. In this episode the team is finally back in the recording studio (as always remotely...) to catch up with the audience and warm up for a new season of content. This episode doesn't have a particular theme and we e…
 
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