In this Growin' Up Rock episode, we give our review of the new Queen movie “Bohemian Rhapsody.” We enlist the help of fellow podcaster, Queen fan, and host of the Damn Good Movie Memories podcast, Brian Davis to come along for the ride as we doubledown to make it a Top 5 Queen songs episode too. When you talk about influential classic rock bands of the 70's and 80's, you would be hard pressed not to mention one of the greatest of all time, Queen. A completely ground-breaking rock band, they had songwriting talent all around, plus an iconic singer in Freddie Mercury and an amazing guitar player in Brian May. Queen broke all boundaries of what a rock band should look and sound like. Influencing bands like Guns and Roses, Metallica, Extreme and many others along the way. There are so many different textures and moods to Queen’s music, it’s almost doing a disservice to them to lump the songs under one umbrella of Rock n Roll, but at the heart of their music beats a well-oiled Rock n Roll machine. Kick back, enjoy our movie review and listen as we talk about some of our favorite Queen tunes and pick a few deeper tracks to play that you may or may not be that familiar with. Everyone’s got a Rock N Roll story to tell, so tell us yours @growinuprock.com Like us and leave us a review on our FaceBook page - @growinuprock or Podchaser Follow us on Twitter - @growinuprock Subscribe to our Podcast at the platform of your choice and leave us a review Support Music / Artist / and Your Favorite Podcast You can help out the Podcast by doing all of your shopping at Amazon using our link below. Click on the Amazon banner below and it takes you to the Amazon site where you shop as normal. It cost you exactly the same, but the podcast gets a very small fee as a partner which help us pay to get our shows out each and every week. Growin’ Up Rock Amazon Store QUEEN Music Damn Good Movie Memories
After a week with the new iPad Pro, it's time for our in-depth review of what we like and don't like about Apple's latest tablet hardware. Which size is the best? Why does Jason want to cover his Smart Keyboard Folio with stickers? Does the new Apple Pencil pass Myke's tests? And why is Jason so angry about Apple's pro apps? This episode of Upgrade is sponsored by: Pingdom: Start monitoring your websites and servers today. Use offer code UPGRADE to get 30% off. Luna Display: The only hardware solution that turns your iPad into a wireless display for your Mac. Use promo code UPGRADE at checkout for 10% off. Hullo: A simple, natural pillow designed for comfort. Try it for 60 days. Links and Show Notes Support Upgrade with a Relay FM Membership The Incomparable | Schrodinger's Cat Box (Episode 112) – Glenn Fleishman on Jeopardy Match Game - Wikipedia Game Show | Hug Per Point (Episode 56) – Game of Matching iOS 12.1.1 will let iPhone XR users expand notifications with Haptic Touch - 9to5Mac Brydge iPad Pro Keyboards for the 2018 iPad Pros Brydge trolls your hosts MacBook Air and Mac mini: The reviews are in - Apple Kate's iPad Cartoon My Neighbor Totoro (1988) - IMDb The Fifth Annual Upgradies – Voting Form Disney Unveils Moniker for Disney-Branded Streaming Service – Variety Apple to Launch TV Subscription Service Globally — The Information FilmStruck Movie-Streaming Service to Shut Down – Variety Download #79: The New Flip Phone - Relay FM Apple’s morning show drama adds Steve Carell to the cast | TechCrunch TV Talk Machine - a podcast from The Incomparable Apple iPad Pro review 2018: the fastest iPad is still an iPad - The Verge Daring Fireball: The 2018 iPad Pros The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 234, With Special Guest Merlin Mann iPad Pro 11" Teardown - iFixit Ferrite Recording Studio — Wooji Juice LumaFusion | LumaTouch
This week, a new Super Tech Support: after Lizzie's Snapchat gets hacked, things start getting really creepy. Alex investigates.Michael Bazzell's PodcastThe complete Security and Privacy PodcastSteps Michael Bazzell Gave Alex to Protect HimselfHow to port your phone numberPassword ManagerGoogle AuthenticatorYubikeyMichael's workbook to freeze your credit and remove yourself from public records websitesSudoStories about Sim Swapping and OGUsers by Vice/MotherboardBy Lorenzo Francheschi-BicchieraiThe SIM HijackersHow to Protect Yourself From SIM Swapping Hacks‘TELL YOUR DAD TO GIVE US BITCOIN:’ How a Hacker Allegedly Stole Millions by Hijacking Phone NumbersHow Criminals Recruit Telecom Employees to Help Them Hijack SIM CardsAlleged 19-Year-Old SIM Swapper Used Stolen Bitcoin to Buy Luxury CarsCops Arrest Infamous SIM Swapper Who Allegedly Stole $14 Million in CryptocurrencyBy Joseph Cox'I Could Ruin Your Business Right Now': Listen to a SIM-Jacking, Account-Stealing RansomThe Organization that Lizzie Donated ToByte Back
This week Joe is headed to the Kruise, so we brought in Phil Shouse, and Peter Cecere! We talk about the upcoming Ace sets on the Kruise, and also play a fun KISS game! Check it out!
Episode 141 is The Twilight Zone (1985) Bruce Willis Is have a bad day when is life is being take over by Bruce Willis. Shatterday: Peter Jay Novins calls his home, only to hear himself answer at the other end. This episode all so includes a lot of waffle
Jon and Jan are happy to be joined by the great Sonny "Hollywood" Pooni of the Growin' Up Rock Podcast Rock City podcasts to recap the last couple months of episodes. We also discuss the Rock n Pod Expo, how he got into podcasting, and the possible future of The Hustle. Sonny has suggested a deliciously fun topic to discuss - Top 3 songs that we wish had hit #1 between the years 1983-1989. Songs get played, names get dropped, and tastes are debated. Enjoy! https://growinuprock.com/ https://podcastrockcity.podomatic.com/
Gameface is a band whose music combines the best elements of punk, hardcore, emo and pop to make something simpler, something sincere beyond a defined scene. They have the ability to reach people with undeniably catchy melodies underneath heartfelt lyrics. Thank you to revelation records for having that write up on your website Their record label roster consisted of Dr. Strange, Revelation and currently Equal Vision. Thanks to an introduction from Rob LWL to Gameface’s lead singer Jeff Caudill, I was able to set up some time to chat and pick his brain about the band's origins. I’d also like to mention that Jeff is super fucking nice and his musical talents have passed down to his daughter who has a band camp page with some really fucking good songs that you should check out at melody.bandcamp.com I got Jeff on the phone and this is what we talked about: What his high school life was like Being scared of his first punk show Playing their first show with Inside Out How they started touring What he writes about Is it odd having his daughter listen to his songs? Getting on Dr. Strange Records Losing their first drummer to suicide His love for the Jersey scene And a ton more This week’s episode sponsored by Southern Tier Distilling Company. Building on 300+ years of western NY spirit production, Southern Tier Distilling Company puts that heritage into every bottle. Now, expanding their market to NJ, DE, and Ohio, more of us can enjoy these premium spirits such as STDC’s Straight Bourbon, Silver Medal Award-winning Vodka, Smoked Bourbon and their 2XHopped Whiskey (a whiskey distilled from their gold medal winning 2XIPA) In addition to their spirits, also available are their premium canned cocktails! The Gin&Tonic, Vodka Madras & Bourbon Smash. Great for camping, the beach, tailgating, and the golf course. Available at most Buy Rite, Shop Rite & Joe Canal locations, or just ask for Southern Tier Distilling at your local liquor store. Check out Southern Tier Distilling at www.stdcspirits.com and follow them on Instagram at @southern_tier_nj. Southern Tier, Why the hell not? Thank you to everyone who has donated and all of you that have signed up for my Patreon page. If you’d like to help keep this podcast alive due to the costs associated with it (ie, hosting, and hours and hours of editing) you can donate a $1 a month through patron by going to thiswasthescene.com and click on the button at the top of the page that says Click HERE FOR BONUS MATERIAL. OR you can do a one-time donation by clicking the DONATE button. OR you don’t have to donate shit and just keep listening each week. Feel free to subscribe, leave a review and share this with anyone who would love some nostalgia. With that said, let's get started.
In the world of business – your one stop shop for prime real-estate is your website! Joining me on C-Suite Radio this Friday on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald is website super-hack, Denise Griffitts, whereby I will have the privilege to graciously thank Denise for one of the key game-changers to my business! Denise Griffitts, ‘Your Partner In Success™’ is a happy nerd in stilettos who works from her beautifully appointed home office with the enthusiastic assistance of her feline office assistants and one woefully outnumbered dog, Abbey Rose. A long-time online business manager, social media marketing manager and web developer, Denise is the founder of Your Office on The Web. “We partner with our clients to ensure their continued success. We are Web Designers and Developers. We are Virtual Assistants and Online Business Managers. And we do it all! From building or updating your website to building your social engagement platform and everything between. Need a sales funnel? We can help. Need long sales pages, LeadPages™, video sales letters? We can help.”Denise is also the host of a very popular podcast called Your Partner In Success Radio which has been identified on INC. com as one of the best business podcasts you need to be listening to now. You can fiind all shows on my C-Suite Radio / C-Suite Network Host page! See past podcasts and future events here: https://livingfearlesslywithlisa.com/events/Uplifting you to fear less and to live more! #Grateful #Radio #Podcasts #CSuiteRadio #CSuiteNetwork #iHeartRadio #Spotify #CTRN #HaltonHonda #Forever #AHAthat #LivingFearlessly
We're wishing you a Happy Halloween this week with our Type O Negative Discussion! Patreon DBG VIP and donor to the ROCKNPOD Expo Andy Connors joins us to break down the history of this legendary Brooklyn band. The roots of Type O Negative stretch back to the 1980's when Peter (Ratajczyk) Steele and Josh Silver perform in local metal band Fallout. This would lead to Roadrunner act Carnivore and then morph into Type O Negative with Steele, Silver, drummer Sal Abruscato, and Kenny Hickey. Type O Negative In this long form discussion, Andy shares with us the history of Type O Negative. From the debut album Slow, Deep, and Hard through 2007's Dead Again, they blazed a trail of dark, sludgy metal that had a sound all its own. Additionally, you'll hear personal song picks from our guest relating to each album in the discography. It's a moody hour-plus of music and talk for you this week. Turn out the lights, kick back with some candy, and enjoy Type O Negative Discussion and SHARE with a friend! Buy Music! Type O Negative Geeks of the Week: Greg McGlone, James McEllhiney, Greg Troyan, Joe Royland, Sit and Spin with Joe, Skeetzo N’ Krysis, Simon Catt, Joe Lascon, The Bakery Podcast, Aaron Baker, Steve Wright (Podder Than Hell Podcast), Scott Smith, David Glynn, Bill Elam, David Cathey, Greg York, Brent Tibbetts, Mikael Burell, Otto Erlend Gregersen, Shane Hebert, Sean Cullen, Kevin Williams, Rodney Dickson, Jeff Mendenhall, Adam Cox, The Mooger Fooger Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Estelle Thorpe, a wealthy seeker of occult secrets, has unearthed a mystery and assembled an unlikely crew of curiosity-bound compatriots to solve it. The quandary? An auction win of unusual items including an account a of a missing boy in the town of Essex and a map pointing to the woods in the West.While Ms. Thorpe follows a lead to Miskatonic University, her assistant Anjana, escorts war-worn mountain man, turned celebrated author, Moses Cubbenfield and self-styled "Hobo King" Oswald Sinclair to the place where X marks the spot.For links and more information, head to the main episode page: https://nerdyshow.com/2018/11/the-call-of-cthulhu-mystery-program-episode-2-x-marks-the-spotCredits: Written & Performed by: Luke Stram – The KeeperCap Blackard | boR | Nicky Holland | Joshua LaForge | John Sebastian LaValleCast (In Order of Appearance):Cap Blackard as The Narrator/ The AnnouncerJoshua LaForge as Moses Ruben CubbenfieldMelody Perera as Anjana RamakrishnanJohn Sebastian LaValle as Oswald SinclairCap Blackard as GekLuke Stram as The HoboMusical Spotlight: Cut the Body Loose by AstronautalisOriginal Score: Ryan McQuinn and Mike McQuinn - Neon DolphinSound Design: Colin PetersonEditing: Colin Peterson & Cap BlackardStory Editing: Cap Blackard
Welcome to Episode 88 of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! This time I'm joined by Parlour favourite Lee Grice for a review of the first episode of the new season of Doctor Who, 'The Woman Who Fell To Earth'! (Spoiler Alert: We flippin' LOVED it.) Hear how we felt about Jodie Whittaker, our thoughts on the villain, and more! Enjoy! Episode Themes - 'Doctor Who Theme' by Geoff Love and His Orchestra Apologies to all for a) the slighty dodgy sound (I shall not be using Skype's new in-built call recorder again) and b) the raging colds both Lee and I have. I cut out as much coughing and sniffling as possible, honest! Twitter: @StaceysParlour Ko-Fi: www.ko-fi.com/staceysparlour
In the series finale, Dennis Milton interviews James Allen, one of Data Trove's chief technical analysts. What Allen has to say will further reveal what may have happened to Fee. The Fiona Potts Interview is an 8 episode mini-series and stars Meredith Hama-Brown as Fee, Dan Zappulla as Dennis Milton, DanPowell as James Allen, Robert Cudmore as Tam, and Kevin Kolack as Baker. Rick Coste is a writer and producer. Projects include The Behemoth, Bryar Lane, Scotch, Charlie's Mailbox, The Fiona Potts Interview , and Waterguns & Rainbows. Learn more at Modernaudiodrama.com.
In this episode, Ped has a new drinking game, Tom reveals he was not a particularly good student, and your hosts welcome the new Doctor. They then return to the topic of Climate Change and why people believe what they believe…or not. Support the podcast on Patreon or by purchasing a T-shirt. Discuss the podcast on Reddit. Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts. Take a drink, u/marzib! Chaos! The long tail of The Last Jedi followup Two-thirds of links on Twitter come from bots (Vox) Should You Take Early Morning Classes in College? (MTV) We welcome Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor Venusian Aikido as practiced by the Third Doctor and the Thirteenth Doctor Major Climate Report Describes a Strong Risk of Crisis as Early as 2040 (New York Times) Believe by The Oatmeal Amygdala Backfire Effect Scientific method Did George Washington’s false teeth come from his slaves? (The Washington Papers) Music by Lee Rosevere (CC by 4.0)
Marc talks with Paul McCartney about, well, a lot: The Beatles and Stones rivalry that wasn’t, his current relationship with Ringo, the influence of Little Richard, The Who, The Beach Boys, how he needs to have an out-of-body experience to really examine the Beatles legacy, the reception of his solo work after the Beatles, recording Band on the Run in Nigeria, what messages are in his songs, which songs still make him emotional when he performs them, and what he brought to the table for his latest album, Egypt Station. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition, and Casper.
At least for the time being, art is the primary way we experience dinosaurs. We can study bones and fossils, but barring the invention of time travel, we will never see how these animals lived with our own eyes. There are no photos or videos, of course, which means that if we want to picture how they look, someone has to draw them. The illustrated interpretation of dinosaur morphology and behavior has had a big impact on how the public views dinosaurs and it's gone through a couple of key turning points, including a more recent push for more speculative paleoart. Welcome to Jurassic Art
Joining Liam this week to accept their fate (in their case, welcomed fate) of being trapped on a deserted island is the wonderful co-creator of the smash hit, Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator, the excellent, Leighton Gray. Leighton joins Liam to talk about 8 lovely games (that make Liam feel old), as well as talking about game design, mood, fate and all manner of existential crisis. They're also joined in parts by a lovable hound. It's all happening in this episode. Enjoy! :) Don't forget to follow on Soundcloud and leave a comment about what you thought of Leighton's choices! We'd love to hear what you the listeners think of the guest's choices and let's have a lovely discussion :) If you want to support the show, you can do on Patreon! Please go to: www.patreon.com/liamedwards You can also download this show on iTunes as well, just search for "Final Games". Please rate and review the show! apple.co/1QP0ciS Leighton Gray: @Graylish Please go check out Craig's excellent music on Soundcloud! Thank you to him for his excellent intro! @windmills-at-dawn @craigedycraig If you'd like to contact the show or Liam, or if you have any feedback please check out: @LiamBME @FinalGamesShow email@example.com Final Games is hosted on Soundcloud at: @finalgamespodcast But is also available on iTunes, aCast and Stitcher!
Legally, we have to say the first, oh, four minutes of this episode is just ALL parody, all the time. It's definitely, definitely covered under fair use, and there's just no debate about that. Suggested talking points: Anything Can Happen On Halloween, Pocket Ripper, Kidney Stone Caper, Accidental Party Crasher, Slimebusters, Buttons Immersion
Listen & review on ITunes. Here’s the third part of our series dedicated to the 2018 edition of UK Games Expo. First, meet James Iles from the UK Indie RPG League and UFO Press, author of “Legacy: Life Among the Ruins 2nd Edition“; Chris 'Shep' Shepperson, author of the incoming board game Schism, representing Word Forge Games publisher of "Devil's Run" … Continue reading Episode 29 (Part 3) – UK Games Expo 2018, featuring UFO Press, Strangely Games & Holy Hot God Dave
WARNING HARSH LANGUAGE AND 8TH GRADE LEVEL HUMOR YOU WERE WARNED LOL On this episode we talk to my best friend Michael Roberson AKA Bitchmuffin We talk about the Conyers GA Terrain race we attended We discuss obstacles tactics and how the race went Terrain is a great affordable race to get your feet wet in OCR and its great for multiple lap training
Sorry there is no new episode this week, but enjoy a replay of an Edgeland classic. Episode 45 with Walter Delgado and Dan O'Mahony. This weeks episode is once again brought to you by DRKLGHT Clothing so head to www.drklght.com and check them out on Instagram @DRKLGHTclothes. And do not forget Loud and Clear Records, follow them on Instagram @LoudandClearRecords.
W trzydziestym siódmym odcinku tematem będzie kod. Zastanowimy się jaki kod jest czysty i prosty oraz czy zawsze to znaczy to samo. Rozmawiamy o tym czy stosowanie wszystkich znanych wzorców projektowych (DRY, YAGNI, SOLID oraz GRASP) pomaga w tym aby kod był prosty i czysty czy może wręcz przeciwnie? Dodatkowo małą domieszka programowania funkcyjnego oraz matematyki. Miłego słuchania. Polecamy: Security day - https://www.meetup.com/pl-PL/Poznan-Security-Meetup/events/255244492/ Książki: * Becomig technical leader * Achaja * Virion * re:work * jesteś marką * 4 obsesje wyjątkowego szefa * Dobre Życie Podcasty: * dev:cast - o programowaniu bez kaca * biznes w it - Piotr Bucki Chrzestni: * Konrad Kokosa * Andrzej Bargański * Paweł Dulak * Michał Franc Linki z odcinka: * Konrad Kokosa - Książka * Code smells * hadouken indent * ndepend * sonar qube * OstraPiła o code review * train wrecking pattern * analiza kodu z visual studio * Pan raczy żartować Panie Faynman * Code review guidelines * xor swap * Greg Young - 8 lines of code * odcinek o IOC * nie powinno być user, raczej czytelnik, pasażer, etc * npm - usunięty pad left * jquery - file upload security* konferencja boiling frogs