Episode 87: Tape recorder memories, eating in public, Mantis Q40 questions and more

Kia ora again Mosen At Largers. It’s a nice long episode this week, packed with contributions, do keep them coming, I’d love to hear from you. On the show this week,
It’s beginning to feel like summer with the return of cricket,2:15.471
Thanksgiving. Daily gratitude works wonders,3:11.092
The search for the lost cord,5:08.397
Send me your Beatles and John Lennon memories for the next episode,12:09.346
Book recommendation: “Breath, the new science of a lost art”, by James Nestor,15:35.138
More tape recorder memories,17:33.877
Bluetooth keyboard recommendations,1:07:10.141
iOS app recommendation, NFC Tools,1:09:49.459
How accessible is the Ancestral Quest app?,1:11:36.980
Product recommendation, Keyto Breath Sensor,1:12:36.549
Mantis Q40 comments,1:15:09.976
Facebook for iOS accessibility bug, and why do people still use Facebook anyway?,1:18:02.387
Several topics from South Africa including blind people eating in public,1:23:11.280
Tips for diagnosing and resolving your own computer problems,1:36:37.703
Windows podcast app recommendation, Speak OnMedia Suite,1:46:12.162
Windows Notifications and reaction to the MFI hearing aid issue,1:50:18.105
Various thoughts from the UK,1:58:02.862
Good maps and questions about the Mantis Q40,2:04:38.522
Two-factor authentication with 1Password and Amazon Sidewalk explained,2:08:50.525
Closing and contact info,2:16:16.116
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