Episode 59: Learning to cook, upgrading and backing up a hard drive, Apple opinions, tech memories and more

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Here’s what’s in store for you this week.

Introduction and advisory of a special episode featuring Larry Skutchan,0:00.000

This week I did something heart-sinkingly stupid,3:08.872

Importing files into Ulysses for iOS,9:11.978

Taking a full computer backup,11:15.282

An opponent of my Apple public beta petition has a change of heart,15:13.788

iTunes for Windows bug,22:19.194

Beta testing iOS,24:13.132

We should be grateful,26:57.783

Feedback on the low carb episode,31:09.051

How did you learn to cook?,42:09.364

Is it worth beta testing iOS?,50:19.260

Is it worth upgrading a PC hard drive to solid state and how is it

Me versus I,1:00:30.635

Blindness email lists,1:02:28.491

Technology memories,1:06:16.599

Braille magazine memories,1:15:41.455

Braille watches,1:17:01.536

Can’t hear the podcast on QCast,1:21:37.375

Why can’t people find my podcast?,1:23:43.660

Where’s the prog rock?,1:27:36.701

Revisiting the question of hearing multiple sources from the same

In The Bonnie Bulletin we are eating and preparing food,1:32:25.286

Thoughts from the UK on Winamp and more,1:40:17.826

Tech memories and trying to pre-record a radio show,1:45:08.073

Closing announcement,1:51:53.181

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