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CHEWING GUM FOR THE EARS
Episode 17 - Just Audio
This show is now up at http://stevelitchfield.com/music/index.html for your consumption or imminently via your podcatcher of choice. This time +Steve Litchfield​ and I chew over all things audio and music with +Steve Nutt​ so do enjoy 😊

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CHEWING GUM FOR THE EARS
Episode 17 - Just Audio
This show is now up at http://stevelitchfield.com/music/index.html for your consumption or imminently via your podcatcher of choice. This time +Steve Litchfield​ and I chew over all things audio and music with +Steve Nutt​ so do enjoy 😊

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OH DEAR. WHAT A DISASTER!
Very sad loss of the garden tree last night which my father himself planted by hand in 1672 and watched grow, tending to every leaf and inch of bark πŸ˜‚ +Trevor Salmon​ Very strong wind of course, but I'm sure nothing compared to our friends elsewhere in the UK and beyond.
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iPad Pro
The most confusing bit for my brain so far is having to go to the top of the screen all the time for Back and Close buttons! 😡
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iPad Pro
Can I get rid of this screen off the left of the homesceeen somehow? I realise that I can’t install Google Now Launcher to make that left-screen as I want it to be, but it seems a bit daft being there with nothing on it. Thanks.
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PHONES SHOW CHAT
Episode 416 - Be My Eyes
This now available via http://stevelitchfield.com/sshow/chat.html or your podcatcher of choice. This week +Steve Litchfield and I are joined by +Steve Nutt to discuss all things mobile and accessible including the half-million volunteers being others’ eyes. Enjoy :-)
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Radio Garden - Explore live radio by rotating the globe

This is a Chrome browser experiment that lets you spin a globe view of the earth to tune to different locations radio stations. Some nice extras are an old-fashioned radio static sound between stations and some dedicated sections such as:

In the section on History you can tune into clips from throughout radio history that show how radio has tried to cross borders. How have people tried to translate their nations into the airwaves? What did they say to the world? How do they engage in conversation across linguistic and geographical barriers?

Click over to Jingles for a world-wide crash course in station identification. How do stations signal within a fraction of a second what kind of programmes you are likely to hear? How do they project being joyful, trustworthy, or up to the minute?

Then stop and listen to radio Stories where listeners past and present tell how they listen beyond their walls. How do they imagine the voices and sounds from around the globe? How do they use radio to make themselves at home in the world?

See http://bit.ly/2z9sCgg
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WHATEVER WORKS
Episode 45 - Top Turkish Tips
The latest offering now available via the link here or your podcatcher of choice. This time +David Rich​ and I head for Istanbul, armed with the odd soldering iron! Enjoy 😊

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WHATEVER WORKS
Episode 45 - Top Turkish Tips
The latest offering now available via the link here or your podcatcher of choice. This time +David Rich​ and I head for Istanbul, armed with the odd soldering iron! Enjoy 😊
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