Episode 87: Tape recorder memories, eating in public, Mantis Q40 questions and more
Kia ora Mosen At Largers. A reminder that this podcast is indexed by chapter. If you listen with a podcast client that offers chapter support, you can easily skip between segments.
Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each.
It’s beginning to feel like summer with the return of cricket,2:15
Thanksgiving. Daily gratitude works wonders,3:11
The search for the lost cord,5:08
Send me your Beatles and John Lennon memories for the next episode,12:09
Book recommendation: “Breath, the new science of a lost art”, by James Nestor,15:35
More tape recorder memories,17:33
Bluetooth keyboard recommendations,1:07:10
iOS app recommendation, NFC Tools,1:09:49
How accessible is the Ancestral Quest app?,1:11:36
Product recommendation, Keyto Breath Sensor,1:12:36
Mantis Q40 comments,1:15:09
Facebook for iOS accessibility bug, and why do people still use Facebook anyway?,1:18:02
Several topics from South Africa including blind people eating in public,1:23:11
Tips for diagnosing and resolving your own computer problems,1:36:37
Windows podcast app recommendation, Speak OnMedia Suite,1:46:12
Windows Notifications and reaction to the MFI hearing aid issue,1:50:18
Various thoughts from the UK,1:58:02
Good maps and questions about the Mantis Q40,2:04:38
Two-factor authentication with 1Password and Amazon Sidewalk explained,2:08:50
Closing and contact info,2:16:16
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