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Podcast Insider, Halloween edition ? ? ? Holiday season is upon us and we’re working on wrapping up a few projects, while others are looking to start some new ones after the New Year. Spotify is in need of a content analyst, Voxnest says Spotify’s popularity is higher than Apple in Europe and NPR is bringing back their successful Student Podcast Challenge. Our network plugin is almost ready, listen in to understand pricing. Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. News: Calling all content analysts! Spotify is looking for a podcast content analyst for their NY office. Spotify #1 in Europe? Our friends at Voxnest say so. The NPR Student Podcast Challenge is back and came January is ready for your applications HBO Max – a new app, featuring podcasts. Send us your podcast stickers. Trade you one of yours for one of ours. We’ll send you back some Podcast Insider stickers and some Blubrry merch. Send a self-address stamped envelope to: Blubrry Podcasting 150 E. Campus View Blvd. Columbus, OH 43235 Best Practice: Keep it simple: Just because you can write separate show notes for each app directory, doesn’t mean you need to. The fewer choices directories have to choose from when pulling your RSS feed, the better. One post, with everything you’d like displayed everywhere is best. It’s hard to control what apps and directories do with your RSS feed. RSS is standard and each directory decides on different tags to display in their app. We’ll be doing more research on this soon. Blubrry News: Network Plugin ALMOST ready to test. Watch for changes to the TechPodcasts.com over the next few days Network Plugin pricing. Professional accounts only – no additional charge for plugin. Shows in the professional account, no charge. If they add shows not in the professional account, they can purchase bucket of shows. 1-10 $50/mo. 11-20 $100/mo. 21-30 $150/mo. 30+ get in touch for pricing We are almost ready on passthrough with Spotify Interview: Teacher Cast Network – Jeffrey Bradbury Support: Changing the name/title of your podcast. In PowerPress > Feeds tab. Change it in the ‘Feed Title’ (show title) box. In Blubrry Publisher, change it in the title box in the “Podcast Settings” link under “Podcast Feed” in the Podcaster Dashboard. NOTE! You can not do both! If you’re using PowerPress, the change must be made there, and the same if using the Blubrry publisher. The single best place to get help with Blubrry services is AT BLUBRRY. Not Facebook, Twitter, IG, direct email, or anywhere else. Blubrry.com/contact OR call us. (not AND call us). If you make a contact there, someone will get to you. NO need to call, tweet, email or post to Facebook. Call us: (877) 729-8642 or (877) RawVoic(e) Promo code INSIDER for a free month at Blubrry.com From The New Media Studio in Southern Michigan and Mike Dell’s World Studio in Northern Michigan. Contact Us: todd@blubrry.com mike@blubrry.com mackenzie@blubrry.com
If you’re frustrated by your WordPress theme’s limitations, you don’t know how to or don’t want to write custom code, or you want a lot more flexibility in your website, you might want to consider a page-builder plugin for WordPress. Benefits of page-builders 1. You don’t have to know HTML, CSS, PHP, or JavaScript to design your own webpages Although these are the four most used things to build your website and webpages behind the scenes you don’t have to know them in order to create webpages. Having a tool that makes it so you don’t have to think about those things makes it easier for you to just build your pages. 2. A page-builder makes web-design fast with WYSIWYG drag-and-drop editing WYSIWYG stands for “What You See Is What You Get” and is an approach used not only on page builders but also in most word processing apps. It makes it so easy to change the font, colors, borders and many other aspects by dragging and dropping to get just what you’d like to see while you’re making it. If you want a box for example with a colored background and a certain border with text inside you can do so in less than 60 seconds. Page builders allow you to make the page look and act as you want it while taking care of the coding for you without any direct input to coding needed by you. You don’t have to write code, save, refresh and go back and forth between tabs to see what it will look like. Page-builders eliminate all of that extra work. 3. A good page-builder can be used anywhere on your site Most of the page builders offer the opportunity for you to do this. Let’s say you’d like to use a common element in different places like a newsletter sign up or a call to action. A good page-builder will be able to let you make this and then call it into use where you need it without having to rebuild it again and again. In the case of Divi it uses shortcodes to allow you to place the content where you need it quickly. 4. A page-builder lets you build sections and pages “in your own image” If you want your background color to be purple for example then you can have the background as purple as you’d like. You can make the pages look just like you’d like them to regardless of what the theme you’re using may have set as a color. Speaking of colors; One of the best design concepts you can learn is contrast. Making sure that things that need to look different from each other do so. And things that are supposed to be connected look similar. The way that two different colors work together is very important too as to not only how the page looks overall but also how well it can be read. Contrast also applies to fonts as you don’t want to mix fonts that crash with each other either. 5. Page-builders will probably someday integrate directly into the Gutenberg editor I know a lot of people don’t like the Gutenberg editor as it’s so different than what you may have grown used to with the old WordPress editor. But even if it bothers you I suggest that you work with it as much as you can because it works in much the same way that page-builders work. So, if you can use Gutenberg then you can use a page-builder and vice versa. The way things are going with the development of Gutenberg and page-builders we may well see the day where instead of working in a page-builder outside of the WordPress editing screen it would instead be integrated right inside. This would allow you to make changes all in one space and adding in a page-builder would open up new functionality. Start with a page-builder now so you’ll be ready for it when that sort of functionality arrives. Tips for using a WordPress page-builder 1. Ensure your theme is compatible Most page-builders work with most WordPress themes but there may be some conflicts. You’ll need to check for this before committing in case there’s a conflict that might break your site. 2. Use a page-builder only when you need more than Gutenberg can offer It’s really easy to get excited about what a page-builder can do but don’t jump to one too quickly. Gutenberg brings a lot of functionality to the WordPress platform that you simply couldn’t do with with the old WordPress editor. You may have just what you need already built in so consider this before making that leap. 3. Avoid page-builders for full post content Don’t write your show notes inside a page-builder for example. Thinks of a page-builder as for special content. A page-builder is designed to help you build pages. An About page, your store page, your Opt-in page, a subscribe page, or a gear page for example. Speaking of which I’ve got a new gear page! I used a page-builder to make the page and the individual elements inside the page and it was much easier that it would have been had I done it manually. Another reason to not use a page-builder for the full post content is what might happen should you decide to stop using a page-builder or perhaps change to another. You may end up with broken pages or lots of extra code laying around making it very hard to get straight. There may be tools in place to allow you to back out of the use of a page-builder or transition to another one but I’m not aware of any yet. 4. Use global styles over single styles whenever possible Think of a button you’d like to be blue, don’t build all sorts of buttons styling them one-by-one to be blue. Instead, go into the page-builder settings and set the style to how you’d like it to be. Doing so will allow you to easily change all of the buttons later by changing one setting instead of chasing down many more than that to get it right. 5. Look for free or premium addons to extend your chosen builder Do this before you consider switching builders. For example you might be on one of my 2 top recommendations; Elementor or Beaver Builder and see the other one and get excited about feature the other has that yours doesn’t have. This might make you want to switch but before you do so look for free and paid plugins or add-ons that might do just what you need to the page-builder you have already. Both of these page-builders are very popular and there are a lot of add-ons available. As I mention in last week’s episode SecondLine Themes includes the free version of Elementor page-builder and comes with some Elementor widgets for you to use. Our favorite WordPress page-builders 1. Elementor Pro Much of what Elementor Pro has going for it is also available in Beaver Builder. All of what you get in Elementor isn’t all that’s available. There are add-ons and features that you can add to enhance an already great framework. For example I use Elementor on The Audacity to Podcast as well as My Podcast Reviews and I purchased ‘Essential add-ons’ plugin for Elementor to use on My Podcast Reviews as it had some features that the add-ons did better than Elementor Pro. It was easy to use as all I had to do was make the purchase, install the plugin and what I needed was in place ready to use. There’s also a free version of Elementor! It’s included with SecondLine Themes so if you purchased a theme there based on episode 336 then you already have Elementor in place. I upgraded to Elementor Pro for some of the advanced widgets, the pop-up builder, and the theme builder. For example check out my Podcast Movement 2019 Interviews and my gear page. When you get to the gear page look at the header and you’ll see different sections for different categories of gear. In each of those sections you’ll find different items and each of those individual pieces of gear standalone and can be used in other places as needed easily. That way if I ever need to update anything about that piece of gear I can do so in one place and it will update everywhere I have that content inserted. Keep in mind you don’t have to upgrade to Elementor Pro as the free version does a lot as is. Elementor Page Builder 2. Divi Builder Previously Divi was #4 in my list but shifted as I was recording the episode due to the new version they just realized. Elegant Themes makes one beautiful theme and a couple of plugins too. You could get it as part pf a theme and as a standalone plugin as well. What made Divi difficult though was it was only for page content. It looked beautiful and was easy to work with but it made it hard to work with other elements like buttons for example. Version 4.0 was just released and brings theme-building features so now you can use Divi to build your header, or your footer or your entire site for that matter. You can get Divi as an annual renewal or with a lifetime purchase. Unfortunately, there’s no free version. If you decide to try it you’ll need to purchase it and if you find you don’t like it then they have a return policy. 3. Beaver Builder Similar to Elementor not only in the functionality but also in the ay it allows other developers to create add-ons. Updates aren’t as frequent but when the do release new versions they’re really good. But there’s a free version of Beaver Builder! WordPress Page Builder – Beaver Builder 4. Themify Builder Themify puts out a lot of beautiful themes there themes all include the Themify builder or you can use the builder on its own. Themify builder gives you a lot more granular control, great if you have some experience in basic web technology. One of the things I don’t like is that their updates have often broken things. For example they might add new fields but have placeholder text that reads “Add subtitle here”. This actually happened to me once and the placeholder text showed through and displayed on the website! Themify offers many beautiful themes and handy plugins, which are all included in some membership options. Themify also has a free version. It was because of the granular controls available in Themify builder that I was able to do certain things on Podcasters’ Society the the other builders simply couldn’t do. Themify works really nicely with Gutenberg editor too. Themify Builder With all of this said, keep in mind what you need to do without getting too wrapped up in what you can do. If you’ve ever read a Spider-Man comic or seen one of the movies you know that “With great power comes great responsibility” and your site is no different. Need personalized podcasting help? I no longer offer one-on-one consulting outside of Podcasters' Society, but request a consultant here and I'll connect you with someone I trust to help you launch or improve your podcast. Ask your questions or share your feedback Comment on the shownotes Leave a voicemail at (903) 231-2221 Email feedback@TheAudacitytoPodcast.com (audio files welcome) Connect with me Subscribe to The Audacity to Podcast on Apple Podcasts or on Android. Join the Facebook Page and watch live podcasting Q&A on Mondays at 2pm (ET) Subscribe on YouTube for video reviews, Q&A, and more Follow @theDanielJLewis Disclosure This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.
Devices are a changing! ARM is slowly taking over the world, now fully running the new Surface Pro X and the touchbar on macOS. What is next for CPU architecture and what does it mean for developers? Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music : Amethyst Seer - Citrine by Adventureface ⭐⭐ Review Us ⭐⭐ Machine transcription available on http://mergeconflict.fmSponsored By:Syncfusion: Syncfusion offers the largest selection of controls for Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android, and Xamarin.Forms. Check out our components on NuGet and don’t forget to download our Xamarin e-books. ![Syncfusion2018](https://uploads.fireside.fm/images/0/02d84890-e58d-43eb-ab4c-26bcc8524289/DYvAhv8t.png)Support Merge ConflictLinks:ARM architecture - WikipediaHackers (1995) - IMDbMeet the New Surface Pro X – Ultra-thin and Always Connected – Microsoft Surface
In this episode, host Jessica Kerr is joined by guests Gene Connolly and Joan Freed to discuss DevOpsiCon and their DevOps transformation at Meltwater. DevOps at Meltwater The panel discusses how DevOps has transformed the working environment at Meltwater. When Joan started at Meltwater, engineering and operations were kept entirely separate. Joan: “There was this huge wall because engineering knew how things were built and operations knew the production systems…but there wasn’t any cross-pollination there.” The lack of communication between the teams caused friction and slowed down product delivery. The process could take as long as six months. Joan: “We’re a Software as a Service company so we always want to build products that are sticky and keep our customers around.” Joan discusses how Meltwater began to move to a more agile business model. Getting engineers and operations people in the same physical location to work this out was important. Creating truly cross-functional teams couldn’t happen over Skype alone. DevOpsiCon was born to facilitate this transition. DevOpsiCon! Buy-in wasn’t immediate throughout the firm. Teams were updating legacy systems throughout the company and some were more focused on work than enablement. Joan: “The first one was a little bit sneaky. The next one was in Manchester and that one was a little less sneaky.” The panel discusses the importance of investment in enablement. This allows the feature teams to focus on the features they were actually building instead of all the underlying infrastructure. Joan: “Having them build everything they need is not realistic.” The fact that Meltwater has offices all over the globe makes any wholesale shift of company culture difficult. The panel discusses the need for face-to-face interaction to facilitate change. Gene: “There are these events like DevOpsiCon where we solve the problem by bringing a broad set of people together.” DevOpsiCon has grown beyond just developers. Product, UX, support, and even sales have joined the event to help build relationships and give insight. Jessica: “That is very DevOps in the sense that DevOps says that you need to take these concerns that cannot be separated…and you can’t put those responsibilities on different teams and make them fight.” Unconference The panel discusses the value of DevOpsiCon as an unconference. Attendees collectively set the agenda on each day of the event. Gene: “That format has been so much fun and created so much value.” Gene: “The event becomes the conference you didn’t know you needed at the start. It adapts collectively to what the organization needs at that moment.” Ongoing Transformation Gene discusses how allowing teams the freedom to experiment can yield results that a top-down structure could not provide. The panel talks about the structure of mission, framework and support teams. Joan: “By keeping things loosely coupled, it gives teams a lot more freedom to make the technology choices that are best for them.” Ownership Challenges The panel discusses the ownership challenges of moving from the datacenter to the cloud specifically and large enterprise changes more generally. The investment in enablement is critical. Joan: “There’s very much a not built here mentality that can take place.” Gene: “Software can benefit from being owned by many people.” The panel talks about overhead costs to both software and human changes. Gene talks about the challenges of moving to a full mission responsibility model. Gene: “You need to find efficiencies more effectively than you’ve ever had to find efficiencies before.” So! Has It Worked? Gene: “Oh wait, you’re looking to me for an answer?” The panel discusses the results of the ongoing DevOps transformation at Meltwater. The six month process for production changes has transitioned to a constant stream. Beyond the productivity, it has also been a quality of life improvement for the employees. Gene: “We’ve got a Slack channel for all the production changes and it is constant activity in it all week long of changes going out.” Joan: “We’re now getting hundreds of features out every six months to our customers.” The panel discusses the ways in which transformation is, or should be, a constant process. The change goes on. Find out more about Meltwater, their DevOps transformation, and the process of an unconference on their blog. Episode art by Evelyn Kerr.
MacKenzie joins Todd for this episode as Mike is out for a few days. They talk about how Sirius XM and Pandora are dipping their feet into the content side of podcasting, they’re launching a Marvel set of shows. Women and female listenership is up, according to Edison Research. Brian Basilico was this weeks guest and actually featured Todd on his show as well. Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. News Women listen to longer podcasts more often than men: How does this fit in with other information we know about the changes happening in podcasting? Sirius XM and Pandora: Marvel shows coming soon Best Practice Business Podcasts: How to produce a fantastic business podcast, featuring… Product, services Support Longevity, trust Promotion, sales Interview, creative – showcase employees Responsiveness Testimonial, learn Blubrry News Texas Pod Con: Todd will be speaking at this first time event. Fall Affiliate Contest: Win cash prizes for the highest number of sign ups and being a newly paid affiliate. The Next Best Podcast Tool: Got an idea for a new service or feature in podcasting? Great submit your idea and we might just create it. Network Plugin progression: We’re getting closer and closer to the release of our new network plugin. Few weeks from now. Latest newsletter has been sent out, make sure you’re subscribed. Interview: Brian Basilico – The Bacon Podcast An award-winning author of the best selling book It’s Not About You, It’s About Bacon! Relationship Marketing In A Social Media World. He was honored as one of the Top Marketers to Follow in 2018. Brian is an online marketing strategist with over 40 years of marketing experience, and the owner of an award-winning internet marketing company, B2B Interactive Marketing, Inc. He is world renowned for his LinkedIn Training and innovating content marketing strategies, and was one of the first 1,000 people to join the social networking platform in 2004. Brian is a syndicated blogger, podcaster, and sought-after guest expert, featured in Entrepreneur and Inc. magazines. With over 500 episodes, how show The Bacon Podcast, is ranked as one of the Top 100 Marketing Podcasts on Apple, and was also recognized by Inc. Magazines as one of their Top 35 Business Podcasts. Support New call system – more flexible, additional staff added Promo code INSIDER for a free month at Blubrry.com Coming at you this week from the Convo by Design Studio in Columbus, Ohio. Contact Us: todd@blubrry.com mike@blubrry.com mackenzie@blubrry.com
Podcasters need a WordPress theme designed with features and flexibility to support podcasting. Here’s why I think SecondLine Themes are your new best choice! 1. Integration with PowerPress The reason I’m listing this as number one is because Powerpress is the top podcasting plugin for WordPress and is used by more than 60,000 podcasters. It’s also a really good framework for supporting podcasting on a WordPress website. With PowerPress in place, if you wanted to switch your podcast player, you simply switch the player plugin and it automatically changes for all of your past and future podcast episodes. No need to go back through each episode post and change the player. If you’re publishing your RSS feed from PowerPress, then having a theme that works with it is really a no-brainer. I’m surprised how many WordPress themes say they’re a podcast theme, but they don’t support PowerPress! SecondLine Themes does support PowerPress, which is really important to me and I think it is important for any podcast WordPress theme to do. 2. Support for other podcasting plugins for WordPress If you don’t use PowerPress, then no worries! SecondLine Themes also supports other podcasting plugins: Seriously Simple PodcastingSimple Podcast PressPodLove (WP plugin)Buzzsprout (WP plugin)Smart Podcast Player (from Pat Flynn)Smart Podcast Player doesn’t support PowerPress by itself, but you can easily integrate it with PowerPress by using SecondLine Themes! If there’s a major plugin that SecondLine Themes doesn’t support, or that’s really important to your workflow, reach out to their support and they can probably get it integrated easily and quickly. 3. A versatile embed field for more player options Maybe you don’t want to use a WordPress plugin to put a player on your website and would rather use one from your podcast hosting provider, such as Libsyn, Captivate, Simplecast, Anchor, and such. SecondLine Themes makes it really easy to paste the embed code for your player into a special embed field and then it will display that player in the normal places instead of the built-in SecondLine Themes player. This embedded player can be HTML, an iframe, or Javascript. Simply paste that code into the special embed field and the theme will take care of the rest. Just getting a player to display with the excerpts for your episodes can be really difficult if that player doesn’t have a WordPress plugin but SecondLine Themes makes that really easy. You can even use it for one-off things like a special embed code from another podcast or a YouTube video. 4. Beautiful design Yes, SecondLine Themes have the standard theme features: responsive design, support for SEO, optimized for speed, and such. But let’s focus on the aesthetics! SecondLine Themes are beautiful! They’re clean, modern, and future-technology focused. There are some podcast themes that focus on using images, but images will slow down a website. Images don’t look good on all devices, especially smaller screens or high-resolution displays (iPhones, Google Pixels, MacBooks, etc.). If you do like to use images with your episodes, as I like to do, SecondLine Themes have some great options for how to display those, even with special effects! I personally designed and custom-programmed The Audacity to Podcast’s previous WordPress theme, built on the Genesis Framework. People would ask where they could get the theme, but it wasn’t for sale and I no longer offer web design services. But with SecondLine Themes I can recommend a solid design that they can use. 5. Podcast-focused features In addition to supporting PowerPress, other podcasting plugins, and embeddable players, there a lot of podcast-focused features that many podcasters want on their sites. A big feature you might love is that several of the themes from SecondLine Themes have built-in support for a podcast network! Even if you don’t have an official network, you may have multiple shows. On The Audacity to Podcast website, I actually have multiple shows: The Audacity to PodcastInside the Podcasting Business (which I may bring back)I’m also a co-host on Podcaster’s Roundtable (but that has it’s own website for the content itself)I also publish a separate Podcasting Videos by The Audacity to Podcast (and upload to YouTube and Facebook)Tusant and Bolden have built-in features for podcast networks (and the other themes probably will eventually, too). These let you associate individual episodes with your separate podcasts so that they look different for those separate shows. For example, each episode can use a show header that includes the podcast title, cover art, and subscription buttons. Then, when someone lands on the single episode webpage, they see the promotion for the show in a beautiful way. Plus, SecondLine Themes include a great subscribe buttons plugin that is a pretty good competition for my own Social Subscribe & Follow Icons plugin for WordPress. Some podcast themes are still talking about “iTunes” (now called “Apple Podcasts”) and they may not even support Google Podcasts, Subscribe on Android, Spotify or others. The subscription buttons plugin that you can get with SecondLine Themes does support these! If you don’t want to mess with third-party player or podcasting plugins, SecondLine Themes still has you covered! Yes, many WordPress themes have audio players, but they aren’t ideal for using with podcasts and really have no true podcasting support. But the players SecondLine Themes includes are meant for podcasts and work very well. There’s also built-in styling for popular email-newsletter-subscription plugins! 6. Easy setup I was blown away by how easy it was to get set up with SecondLine Themes! For example, it asks for your license key as you’re installing the theme, so you don’t have to find where to enter that later. And it recommends and auto-installs plugins for you. It can even import a bunch of sample content for you to use while setting up your website! This makes the onboarding experience much better most themes. 7. Friendly Elementor page builder There are many different page builders out there, and my next episode will talk more about what a page builder is, how to use one, and my recommendations, which include Elementor. In short, as the name implies, a page builder helps you to build a webpage. But it does so very easily without your having to know all about HTML, CSS, JavaScript, or PHP. You can drag and drop items, scale them as you’d like, and more to get exactly the results you’re looking for. Elementor is, in my opinion, the best page builder. It’s very powerful and there’s even a free version to get you started! But you don’t have to pay for Elementor Pro because SecondLine Themes includes the free Elementor version. Plus, the themes include Elementor widgets for you to display a list of episodes with players, and more. 8. Extensive customization options SecondLine Themes contain a lot of options for you to change how your site looks through the standard WordPress Customizer. You can change fonts, colors, layout options, toggle features, and much more all without having to know code. Plus, you can see what your changes will look like before you publish. 9. Fantastic support and updates I have emailed Thomas from SecondLine Themes a lot! I’ve suggested things, reported bugs, and asked for help. The support they provide is fantastic! They’re fast, they push out updates frequently, and they are supporting the theme really well. There was a previous theme for podcasters that I recommended, but then they just disappeared. Their support team disappeared first then they stopped answering emails, then the website broke. Then it came back but they stopped putting out updates. But SecondLine Themes is very active in supporting their themes and I expect them to stay strong for a long time. Also, SecondLine Themes doesn’t require you to buy another framework (like the Genesis Framework) in order to use their themes. Pricing and licensing are simple! SecondLine Themes makes it easy. You can subscribe to only one theme, a bundle, or you can purchase lifetime access. (I suggest the lifetime option as it gives you access to all of their themes, lifetime updates, and is ideal if you have multiple websites.) 10. Plus: free podcast-importer plugin They also offer a free podcast-importer plugin great for re-syndicating your podcast. For example if you had a network website and you have separate podcasts on different websites with different RSS feeds, you can use the free podcast-importer plugin to bring those all in to the central network site, regardless of how the other podcast feeds are generated (even if they’re not WordPress)! If you use one of those network-ready themes—currently Tusant and Bolden—then this importer plugin can automatically put things in the right places so your network site can look and work great for you! 11. For me, Tusant already did about 90% of what I wanted! For my own websites, I’ve worked with Themify, Divi, and Beaver Builder, and some other themes. I had an idea of what I wanted to do with my site, but it was taking so long to develop. If you’ve been following The Audacity to Podcast for a while, you may have noticed that I updated the cover art but didn’t update the website design to match. I was digging into PHP code and other elements trying to get it different themes to work, then updates would break things. It was a mess and was taking too long. But Tusant already does about 90% of what I was looking for! And as they update it, that number is only going to climb without my having to do any sort of custom coding. I was working with other themes for a couple of years and didn’t launch the redesign of the site. With Tusant, I had my site nearly ready with only a couple hours of work, and then was able to fully launch over a weekend. So if you want the best WordPress theme for podcasting, I highly recommend any from SecondLine Themes! Need personalized podcasting help? I no longer offer one-on-one consulting outside of Podcasters' Society, but request a consultant here and I'll connect you with someone I trust to help you launch or improve your podcast. Ask your questions or share your feedback Comment on the shownotes Leave a voicemail at (903) 231-2221 Email feedback@TheAudacitytoPodcast.com (audio files welcome) Connect with me Subscribe to The Audacity to Podcast on Apple Podcasts or on Android. Join the Facebook Page and watch live podcasting Q&A on Mondays at 2pm (ET) Subscribe on YouTube for video reviews, Q&A, and more Follow @theDanielJLewis Disclosure This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.
Now that the betas are over and the .1 releases are out, it is finally time to actually integrate new features into our app. No better place to start than dark mode! So many considerations when attempting to implement this. Implicit, explicit, system themes? Where to start? We discuss. Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music : Amethyst Seer - Citrine by Adventureface ⭐⭐ Review Us ⭐⭐ Machine transcription available on http://mergeconflict.fmSponsored By:Instabug: Understand How Your App is Doing With Real-Time Contextual Insights From Your Users Instabug helps mobile teams to connect with customers, accelerate their workflow, and release with confidence. With the best-in-class bug and feedback reporting, secure crash reporting, intuitive in-app surveys, and reliable infrastructure that supports over two billion devices worldwide, Instabug helps development and product teams easily collect bugs and feedback from beta testers and customers.Support Merge ConflictLinks:Color - Visual Design - iOS - Human Interface Guidelines - Apple DeveloperColor - Visual Design - iOS - Human Interface Guidelines - Apple DeveloperModernizing iOS Apps for Dark Mode with Xamarin | Xamarin Blog
Thanks to Dan Smolen for joining our team this week to talk about his show, The Tightrope, you can catch his feature shortly after the beginning of the episode. Mike and Todd discuss some issues with Apple’s latest OS release, Catalina and what this means for some popular podcasting software. We’re working on a new service that our team is close to releasing, that we think network podcasters are really going to enjoy. Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. Interview: Dan Smolen – The Tightrope News: Mac’s OS, Catalina, does not support Audacity (or any 32 bit software) According to @MyCastReviews, Apple has hit 750,000 podcasts in their directory. Apple approved 2,200 new shows in just one day! Some Spreaker weirdness – They’ve been IAB Certified, but as of now as just starting to use the IAB Certified stats for their customers. Podiant Communities are ending soon. Best Practices: Taking a break, and when to do so. Blubrry News: Network Plugin is nearing completion and we hope to demo it early next week. Texas Podcast Conference – Todd is speaking about the following: Business podcasting and why you should Importance of building your brand on your .com and why you need a podcast host Support: Passwords – When you change your password at Blubrry, you also have to re-login into PowerPress to keep them linked. FILE NAMES of your media are important. Simple is better! When it says ‘you’re out of space,’ that means you’re out of storage space for the month. Check to see that you’ve uploading the correct file (no wav files or Audacity project files) Did you release more episodes or longer episodes this month? Promo code INSIDER for a free month at Blubrry.com Coming at you this week from the New Media Studio in Southern Michigan and Mike Dell’s World Studio in Northern Michigan. Contact Us: todd@blubrry.com mike@blubrry.com mackenzie@blubrry.com
Matty Stratton talks with guests Ken Mugrage and Sasha Rosenbaum about their new event DeliveryConf.
The beta summers are over and it is time for the beta hangovers where we have to somehow deal with all of the craziness now that new operating systems are out. Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music : Amethyst Seer - Citrine by Adventureface ⭐⭐ Review Us ⭐⭐ Machine transcription available on http://mergeconflict.fmSponsored By:Raygun: Don't wait for users to report problems. Raygun gives you complete visibility on errors, crashes and performance problems affecting your end users. Raygun has full support for .NET, Javascript, Xamarin, and all other major languages and platforms. ![Raygun](https://uploads.fireside.fm/images/0/02d84890-e58d-43eb-ab4c-26bcc8524289/jWHBh3Ul.png)Voice In A Can: Voice in a Can gives you standalone native Alexa apps on the Apple Watch, iPhone, Mac, Windows, Android, WearOS, Samsung Galaxy Watches, and the Xbox, created of course using Xamarin.Support Merge ConflictLinks:What's new in C# 8.0 - C# Guide | Microsoft Docsmono/SkiaSharp: SkiaSharp is a cross-platform 2D graphics API for .NET platforms based on Google's Skia Graphics Library. It provides a comprehensive 2D API that can be used across mobile, server and desktop models to render images.[BUG][macOS] EntryPointNotFoundException after upgrading to 1.68.1-rc.147 · Issue #968 · mono/SkiaSharp — l problem since 1.68 does not work on Catalina but this beta does (before it crashes)CI & CD for .NET Libraries with Azure DevOps (VSTS) - James Montemagno
Our guest today is Eric Hunley (@hunleyeric) of Unstructured, whose authentic, well researched interviews deliver more insight and understanding than structured shows allow. Hunley cuts to the quick in his interviews to explore why his guests dared to go on their life changing journeys — and today we’ll learn more about his. Mike is mostly flying solo, as Lena and MacKenzie are attending She Podcasts Live in Atlanta. We talk about WNYC’s new podcast called Dolly Parton’s America, Podchaser’s 3 million credits, and its claim that it’s the “IMDB of podcasting.” Also on today’s episode with-mostly-Mike, we talk about the impending return of The Audacity to Podcast with @TheDanielJLewis; the release of PowerPress 8 and what it means for you; and our new full-time support person. Help us welcome Dave! If you would like to be interviewed on Podcast Insider about your podcast, contact Mike, MacKenzie or Todd (our emails are below) to get on our schedule. We have some very good ones coming up as well as today’s great interview. Interview: Eric Hunley – Unstructured News: Dolly Parton’s America Podcast Podchaser has 3 million credits in their system now. Daniel J. Lewis plans to restart posting Audacity to Podcast episodes on the 22nd of October.  Best Practice:   Subscribe to your own show! Blubrry news: PowerPress 8.0 is out MacKenzie and Lena at She Podcasts Live! In Atlanta. New Full-time support person!   (Dave Clements) Support: Meet Dave! Expanded hours on the phone support coming soon Write down info about your podcast! (We talked about this last week.) Feed address How do you generate a feed? Email address used to login to Blubrry (or another service) Web hosting company ALL PASSWORDS TITLE of the show Promo code INSIDER for a free month at Blubrry.com Contact Us: todd@blubrry.com mike@blubrry.com mackenzie@blubrry.com
After a nearly two-year hiatus, it’s time to bring back The Audacity to Podcast! The format and production will be a little different from before, but I will continue with what has always been my goal: to give you the guts and teach you the tools to start and grow your own podcast for passion or profit. My next few episodes will be about some great new and updated podcasting tools I think you should try, such as the much-hyped RØDECaster Pro, SecondLine Themes for WordPress, Captivate’s new podcast hosting, and more! So watch TheAudacitytoPodcast.com and your podcast app for new episodes of The Audacity to Podcast on Tuesday mornings! While you wait, please check out my videos from Podcast Movement 2019 where I interviewed 18 exhibitors to share new podcasting resources with you. And I hope you’ll join me, Daniel J. Lewis, for the return of The Audacity to Podcast on October 22! Thanks for listening, and from the bottom of my heart, thank you for the support and encouragement! Stay subscribed! Stay podcasting! And you’ll hear from me again soon!
Hold on to your seats, because it is time for lighting topics! Surface announcements, state of F#, election update, accessibility, Google silliness, and how to stay positive. Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music : Amethyst Seer - Citrine by Adventureface ⭐⭐ Review Us ⭐⭐ Machine transcription available on http://mergeconflict.fmSponsored By:Telerik: Progress is the creator of the ultimate toolkit for building modern high-performant web, mobile, desktop apps and chatbots - Telerik DevCraft - which includes .NET controls, Kendo UI JavaScript components, reporting, automated testing and productivity tools.Support Merge ConflictLinks:Life in Hard Mode: Streaming with Disabilities | TwitchCon 2019TwitchCon - Life on Hard Mode: Streaming with DisabilitiesIntroducing Surface Duo - YouTube
In this episode, Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) finds time for a chat with Eric Wright (Twitter @discoposse). Eric blogs at Discoposse.com and is an avid community member for many projects. Rick and Eric discuss a few cool projects, including a presentation he gave at the AWS Summit in Toronto around Open-source Infrastructure-as-Code with Terraform and AWS. The content is compelling! Additionally, Eric summarized a recent milestone with Virtual Design Master.
Todd, MacKenzie and Mike did a session for International Podcast Day 2019. A session titled, ‘The Top Things You Should Know About Your Podcast.’ Daniel J. Lewis, from the Audacity to Podcast, was in charge of our session – giving Steve and Dave Lee a break for the 24+ hour day. As promised we announced our winner for our International Podcast Day giveaway, that includes free hosting for a year, some equipment, consulting from Todd and promotion on this show, Podcast Insider. Congratulations to Chuck Fields – Your Space Journey. We also announced that PowerPress 8.0 beta is now available. We’re looking for more testers before the official release! Check it out here: PowerPress 8.0 beta. See you next week with another NORMAL episode of Podcast Insider and thanks for joining us on this special episode of the show! Coming at you this week from the New Media Studio in southern Michigan, Mike Dell’s World Studio in northern Michigan, and the MacKenzie at the Convo by Design studio in Columbus, Ohio. Special thanks for the IPD team as well. Promo code INSIDER for a free month at Blubrry.com Contact Us: todd@blubrry.com mike@blubrry.com mackenzie@blubrry.com
Bridget chats with Devi Moodley, Daniel Maher, Adrian Moisey, and Cobus Bernard at devopsdays Cape Town 2019. Devi Moodley’s talk: From Science Experiment to Enterprise Rollout Daniel Maher’s talk: What MMA taught me about working in tech Community & Event Stuff If you have an upcoming conference you would like to see promoted on ADO, you can fill out the handy form at arresteddevops.com/conf Upcoming conferences Open CFPs lots of DevOpsDays Discount codes ADO2019 for 20% off lots of devopsdays Velocity Berlin Nov 4-7 2019 - discount code “ADO2019” gives 20% off for Gold, Silver, and Bronze passes.
Frank is headed off to the Open F# conference where he will be giving a talk entitled "Why I wish I wrote my app in F#" and he gives us a sneak peek at what everyone is in store for. Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music : Amethyst Seer - Citrine by Adventureface ⭐⭐ Review Us ⭐⭐ Machine transcription available on http://mergeconflict.fmSponsored By:Aurora Controls: Aurora Controls makes it easy to build beautiful and professional looking Xamarin.Forms apps in no time. Dozens of highly customizable controls that are based off of the hottest and most desired designs. Promo Code: MERGECONFLICTInfernoRed: If you are looking for an amazing group of developers to help with your next project, or maybe you’re looking for a great place to put your development skills to work, check out InfernoRed Technology! Support Merge ConflictLinks:Open F#F# Software FoundationMerge Conflict: 159: Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, UndoMerge Conflict: 162: Throttle Those Cancellations
International Podcast Day is just almost 48 hours away and we can’t wait to get started. We have multiple slots throughout the day, and we’re hosting a giveaway. If you haven’t submitted your new show idea yet, you have a day or so left. You can learn more about it here. Todd and Mike discuss a new show from CNBC, iOS 13 has been released by Apple, and they have a handful of tech support suggestions. Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. Interview: Dave Rosen, host of Piecing it Together News: CNBC has launched a podcast, Squawk Pod, in conjunction with their daily show Squawk Box. iOS 13.1 has been released from Apple. They’ve included some bug fixes. Information from Podnews. UK newspaper, The Daily Star stole a story from a podcast and published it as their own. Descript Studio is now available. It’s a very interesting audio app! Best Practices: Make sure your subscribe sidebar widget is above the fold. When someone comes to your site on any device, this way they don’t have to scroll up or down to subscribe. Blubrry News: This Monday, September 30th is International Podcast Day. They’re starting on Sunday due to time zones. Win one year of hosting with Blubrry. Submit to win here. Todd and others were in Columbus for some team meetings. New Podcast Insider site coming soon! PowerPress 8 scheduled to be released on the 9/30/19 Support: When publishing a podcast episode, make sure you check that the file plays right after you publish. Press play or download just to make sure. Here’s a publishing checklist: Look at the post as a user would see it. (Good time to check for typos and such in the blog post as well) Publish the post Clear any site caching Hit play on the player. Does it play? Hit the download link. Does is either download? Check the RSS feed at CastFeedValidator.com Relax in the knowledge that my episode is out and inform your audience ? If only one app is having an issue, it’s most likely that app, and not your feed or your hosting company. Even if that app is Apple Podcasts. Coming at you this week from the New Media Studio in southern Michigan and Mike Dell’s World Studio in northern Michigan. Promo code INSIDER for a free month at Blubrry.com Contact Us: todd@blubrry.com mike@blubrry.com mackenzie@blubrry.com
In this episode, hosts Jessica Kerr and Matty Stratton are joined by guests Dr. Nicole Forsgren and Mr. Jez Humble, two of the authors of the 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps report. Historical Context The panel discusses the history and purpose of the report. This is the sixth year it has been produced. How did the report start and what questions is it seeking to answer? Nicole: “Once upon a time, kids, making software was sad. Making software used to light people on fire!” Nicole: “So why do we even do this DevOps thing? It’s because we want to make that software process easier and better.” Jez: “These approaches have worked even in highly regulated environments. They’ve worked everywhere.” Nicole explains that capabilities and practices are more important than tools. Nicole: “There’s no such thing as DevOps in a box.” The group discusses the limitations of systems data vs survey data, and the importance of collecting both. Survey data is low resolution but high signal and vice versa. Jez: “Over-precision is something that’s a real problem in our industry.” Nicole: “How to Measure Anything” - Douglas W. Hubbard The panel discusses the importance of starting from hypotheses instead of looking for any spurious correlations that exist in highly related systems. What’s New This Year? The panel discusses some of this year’s findings. The “retail apocalypse” over the last decade has had some surprising effects. Regulation has less of an impact than many industries assume. Jez: “We do see high performers in large companies who are highly regulated.” Matt: “People will sit there and say well, I have over 5000 employees and I can’t DevOps so now I have an excuse, and that’s not the case.” Enterprise! Change management processes are one of the key areas of difference between large and small enterprises. Jez discusses how to make that process more lightweight even in a large organization. Jez: “Risk is also about upside risk. If you can’t move fast at delivering software, that’s a risk to your business.” The panel discusses the importance of keeping a holistic view even in a large enterprise with specialized roles. Nicole: “You go from change management theater to strategic change management for a massive organization. It’s scary but it is also dope!” The report has found year after year that a slower change management process can paradoxically result in more instability, not less. The panel discusses the reasons this experiment was not successful and how enterprises can implement more nimble processes going forward. Productivity The panel talks about what productivity actually means. The report uses an interesting definition: “Productivity is the ability to get complex, time-consuming tasks completed with minimal distractions and interruptions.” Nicole: “You may be just closing the tickets that are meaningless but are easy to close.” Research shows that real productivity reduces burnout and improves work-life balance. The group discusses how to separate that real productivity from gamification and busywork. Jez talks about scaling up and how centers of excellence may not be as useful as previously thought. Nicole points out that the report has given a lot of starting points for people to begin making changes in their organization. Remember to read the report!
What are protocol buffers? Why do we care? How do we use them, and what the heck is gRPC?!?!? Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music : Amethyst Seer - Citrine by Adventureface ⭐⭐ Review Us ⭐⭐ Machine transcription available on http://mergeconflict.fmSponsored By:Telerik: Progress is the creator of the ultimate toolkit for building modern high-performant web, mobile, desktop apps and chatbots - Telerik DevCraft - which includes .NET controls, Kendo UI JavaScript components, reporting, automated testing and productivity tools.Support Merge ConflictLinks:Protocol Buffers  |  Google DevelopersBSON - WikipediaNuGet Gallery | protobuf-net 2.4.0protobuf-net/protobuf-net: Protocol Buffers library for idiomatic .NETprotocolbuffers/protobuf: Protocol Buffers - Google's data interchange format
Blubrry has lots of announcements and tips for podcast support this time around on Podcast Insider. Tim O’Brien from The Shaping Opinion podcast joins Todd to talk about his show.We’re excited for our Audioburst webinar next week and reviewing submissions our International Podcast Day giveaway. We’ll be speaking at that event on Sept 30 and Todd will be headed out to Texas Podcon in October. MacKenzie will also be headed to Atlanta for She Podcasts in about a month, catch her speaking on the Creative Money panel. Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. Interview: Tim O’Brien from The Shaping Opinion Podcast News: The popular podcast app, Pocket Casts is now free 1 billion downloads: NYT’s The Daily has hit a billion downloads, averaging about 2 million per episode Short-lived Podcoin has officially shut down: Last day is Sept 24 Apple iOS 13 is out as of today, 9-19-19. Look for changes concerning the Apple Podcasts app. Best Practices: Stats: What number is the most important to track? Blubrry News: International Podcast Day, September 30th. Win one year of hosting from Blubrry and more, learn more here…other things include consultations, a mic, etc. Submit your entry here! We’ve added a new partner! AudioTech will be accepting hosting customers for discounted podcast editing services. Save 20% on your episodes. Joint webinar with Audioburst! Next Wednesday, Sept. 25 3-4 ET. Learn the Audioburst Creators platform and how to best utilize our partnership. Texas Podcon: Todd will be speaking at this event hosted in San Antonio Oct 24. Support: Show notes tips: Trying to force different apps to display different versions of your show notes is going to drive you crazy. If one app is not looking like you want it to, and all the rest are, the problem is with THAT app, not your feed. Don’t give them a choice. Put whatever you want to show everywhere in the post. RSS is a standard; apps and directories can pick and choose what parts of the RSS feed they will use and what parts they won’t. You do not get to control that and neither do we. Patience: If you email support at 3AM ET, please do not email again at 6AM wondering why we haven’t answered you. Or worse yet, get on social media. We will get to you within 24 hours during the business week and likely the same on the weekends. Coming at you this week from the Convo By Design studio in Columbus, Ohio and Mike Dell’s World Studio in northern Michigan. Promo code INSIDER for a free month at Blubrry.com Contact Us: todd@blubrry.com mike@blubrry.com mackenzie@blubrry.com
Matty and Trevor chat with guests Jessie Frazelle, Veronica Hanus, and Jeff Smith in front of a live studio audience at devopsdays Chicago 2019. Community & Event Stuff If you have an upcoming conference you would like to see promoted on ADO, you can fill out the handy form at arresteddevops.com/conf Upcoming conferences Open CFPs lots of DevOpsDays Discount codes ADO2019 for 20% off lots of devopsdays Velocity Berlin Nov 4-7 2019 - discount code “ADO2019” gives 20% off for Gold, Silver, and Bronze passes; early price price ends 20 September.
It is all things Apple all the time! That is right, it is the launch of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, but so much more including SERVICE! Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade are GO! Additionally, there is a new iPad, new watches, and a whole lot more! Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music : Amethyst Seer - Citrine by Adventureface ⭐⭐ Review Us ⭐⭐ Machine transcription available on http://mergeconflict.fmSponsored By:Raygun: Don't wait for users to report problems. Raygun gives you complete visibility on errors, crashes and performance problems affecting your end users. Raygun has full support for .NET, Javascript, Xamarin, and all other major languages and platforms. ![Raygun](https://uploads.fireside.fm/images/0/02d84890-e58d-43eb-ab4c-26bcc8524289/jWHBh3Ul.png)Support Merge ConflictLinks:All the important news from Apple’s iPhone 11 event
No shortage of podcasting news and tips this week on Podcast Insider. Including an interview with Stephane Deschenes from The Naturist Living Show, Mike and Todd discuss multiple podcasting events, the Webby Award show, and mic technique. Not all mics are created equal and it’s important to master the one that you’re using for your podcast. If you’re looking for some basic podcasting tips and practices, take a look at our blog, for some help. Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. Interview: Stephane Deschenes – The Naturist Living Show (NSFW) News: What gear do podcasters use? The folks at Podcast Host answered this question. It’s Webby Award season! Submit your podcast – the early entry deadline is October 25, 2019. A YouTube ‘podcast network’ We’re not against this, but we certainly don’t think the terminology is correct. Best Practices: Say it with us: quiet recordings are better recordings. When you start with a clean recording, the end-product will be better. Keep the recording area as quiet as you can while recording. We know, not always an easy feat. Have some “softer” things on the walls; carpeted rooms are good too. A closet full of clothes hanging up works good for a solo recording. Beware, you might get a tad sweaty. Always test a recording for noise and/or other issues before committing to do a long show. Just because your setup didn’t change doesn’t mean your environment didn’t. Any crackling or buzzing? Record a little on the low side (level wise) and boost it in post. (Auphonic is a good choice) It’s better to have it too low than too high in most cases. Mic technique: be careful about echos off things like monitors walls. Talk into the mic and use a pop filter if you need to (all mics differ and can sound vastly different on different people). Blubrry News: Podcasting 101: New blog post from the Blubrry team. Todd will also be at Outlier Podcast Festival in LA Tomorrow and Saturday Sept. 13 and 14. Use the promo code “OUTLIER” for a discount on your tickets if you can make it! MAPCON (now Independent Podcast Conference) report. DC Podfest – will you be there? It’s happen Nov 1st – 2nd 2019. Support: Importing Podcast vs. Migrate Media in PowerPress Import means moving the feed (posts) to WordPress via PowerPress. Migrate means copying of files from the old host to Blubrry.com’s servers. BOTH steps are needed if you have been using another company’s RSS feed for your show. After the RSS feed and files are moved, a 301 redirect is needed from the OLD feed If the old feed owner will not do a 301(Talkshoe and others) then we have a plan B to get *most* of your subscribers to move with you. Good news, we’re working on enhancing our support pages. AND releasing  how-to video demos on the Blubrry features and system. Do you have something you think we need a video on? Let us know, support@blubrry.com Coming at you this week from the New Media Studio in Southern Michigan and Mike Dell’s World Studio in Northern Michigan. Promo code INSIDER for a free month at Blubrry.com Contact Us: todd@blubrry.com mike@blubrry.com mackenzie@blubrry.com
Smartphones are everywhere and are essential in our day to day lives and our business. James has decided to take a step away from his smartphone and experiment with a few feature phones. He walks us through his journey of trying to find a decent feature phone in the US, what the experience is like, and if he can survive on just a few built in apps. Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music : Amethyst Seer - Citrine by Adventureface ⭐⭐ Review Us ⭐⭐ Machine transcription available on http://mergeconflict.fmSponsored By:Techmeme Ride Home: The daily tech news podcast of record, every day at 5pm ET. From Techmeme.com, Silicon Valley's most-read news source and Brian McCullough. 15 minutes and you're up to date.Telerik: Progress is the creator of the ultimate toolkit for building modern high-performant web, mobile, desktop apps and chatbots - Telerik DevCraft - which includes .NET controls, Kendo UI JavaScript components, reporting, automated testing and productivity tools.Support Merge ConflictLinks:QIN 1S 4G Feature Phone ( Xiaomi Ecosystem Product ) | Gearbest USAAlcatel GO FLIP™ | Cell Phones at T-MobileSmartphone detox with minimalist phones - YouTubeThe Light PhoneIntroduction | KaiOS DeveloperThe emerging OS - KaiOSFile Sync & Backup Software | GoodSync
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Feb 24th, 2017
Latest Episode
Oct 31st, 2019
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642
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