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David Blue looks beyond tech media and industry personalities to find the individuals and organizations who continue to prioritize progress. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
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My conversation with Bradley Varol - a London-based developer who loves Hardstyle, drives an imported Toyota Chaser, and has bigger aspirations for his two-month-old audio sharing service than Vocaroo, Clyp, and Instaudio, combined. Support Whyp via Ko-fi. WHYP.IT The Whyp Press Kit Discord Twitter Facebook We talked a lot about the future, but I think it'd be worth my time to thoroughly analyze Whyp's usefulness in the present, which you'll see soon on both Extratone and The Psalms. If you want to really go deep, you can follow and comment on its Issue in The Psalms' GitHub Repository. Once again, any thoughts of yours even remotely adjacent to the subject would make my day - do reach out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
I thought it was lost forever! This test render is all that remains of a mix I intended to spend a lot of time on in 2018 to accompany my big ole' essay: Bandcamp: Streaming's Secret Savior. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
I have returned to school! ...and commented on The Social Dilemma, bought a desktop, broke Windows, installed WordPress, used a Kindle (ew,) started a Digital Magazine Collection, browsed the web using Microsoft products, and read a wonderful book about the history of word processing. That sound you're hearing at the beginning is one I made exclusively using sounds from Windows 98. End User has made a total of $1.58 to date! Incredible. Reporting From the Digital Classrom of 2020 You've Just Watched 'The Social Dilemma'... Indulging Once More in Digital Excess and Revelations of Network Withdrawals (which is exactly two years old, today.) What The Fuck  (Yes, I've been tinkering with yet another WordPress installation. Sorry.) Digital Gardens Creative Wellness 💔Finally Broke Windows Varmilo VA108M Track Changes: A Literary History of Word Processing Microsoft Browsing Review If you have any comments/suggestions/feedback/petty insults, please do contact me via Email, Twitter, Mastodon, or Discord. (And hey! Here's my full social directory.) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
Dirty Dave's Poweruser Tips and an interesting new medium for interviews This episode, I discuss Dirty Dave's Poweruser Tips - some of the software and lesser-known methodologies I've discovered over the years of Just Fucking Around. Interview with write.as Community Manager CJ Eller about Markdown, my tips post, Extratone, and all the stuff I've been doing on the web. Write.As Enpass CopyQ CopyQ Demo Windows 10 Basic Shortcuts "Microsoft’s new Spotlight-like launcher for Windows 10 will arrive in May" | The Verge Markdown Bear "Why I finally replaced Evernote with Bear" | The Verge Typora OBS Compact OS If you have any comments/suggestions/feedback/petty insults, please do contact me via Email, Twitter, Mastodon, or Discord. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
After living and working with Microsoft's Surface Laptop 2 since its release, I've realized (intellectually) that it's more suited to my personal use than any other machine I've ever used, but my emotional brain has remained just far enough behind to stay out of the way of saying something useful.  Spare yourself and just read my full written review instead.  Resources/Further Reading The Vergecast on the release of the original Surface Laptop, last year. "There's not a whole huge gap between an iPad Pro and the new Surface Laptop running Windows 10 S." (Windows 10 S is an entirely different issue that we can thankfully leave in the past.) "The best computer is one you hate a little" - The Outline (I must find Windows 10's ignorance almost as charming as I found Windows XP's thoughtfulness.) "Microsoft offers up Windows 10 1809 to nervy seekers" - ComputerWorld  "Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 review: If it ain't broke" - by Dan Seifert for The Verge +Their review of the first model. "Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 is the best laptop of 2018" - Mashable +Microsoft's website page for the Surface Laptop 2 includes a quote from this review front and center. "Spec-Down: Apple MacBook Air vs. Microsoft Surface Laptop 2" - PCMag "The 2018 MacBook Air is good, but not great" - Mashable  "Microsoft Surface Review" - by Joshua Topolsky for The Verge back in October 2012. "Microsoft's Surface Laptop feels beautiful" - The Verge "The popularity of Microsoft’s Surface is the least realistic thing on TV" - The Outline "With the Surface, Microsoft just started writing its next chapter" - by Joshua Topolsky for The Verge  "What OEMs desperately need to learn from Microsoft's Surface" - ZDNet < --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
Amid some life changes, I took the opportunity to revisit Mastodon as I've recently realized how much more it has to offer than Twitter does, these days. A previously-unpublished interview from April 2017 with the federated social network's creator, Gargron and a replay of Futureland's subsequent Mastodon episode.  Read the full essay and written interview. World Wide Web | Twitter | Federated | Telegram | Discord  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
Though iOS 12 has technically been in consumers’ hands for half a year, its greatest implications seem to have gone relatively unnoticed. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
A month without reliable home internet was less sabbaticle, more mild psychological self-torture, but at least I can vouch for Opera Turbo, Telegram X, and mobile.twitter.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
What is "real" authority in technology? What happens when a hardcore Magic Realist spends every possible minute of his life browsing the Internet? How can our old terms possibly pertain to anything effectively in the now when most of them were formed pre-2011? These conversations were long overdue, and I'm delighted to bring them back. Thank you for accommodating me! I look forward to hearing from you. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidblue/support
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