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Episode 3: The Preposterous Pyramid

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Episode 3 discussion! :-) Don't forget to rate and review on whatever podcasting platform you listen through. ;-)  Thanks!

 

References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clock
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clock_face
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http://circumsolatious.blogspot.com/2009/09/clockwise-counterclockwise-sundial.html
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I might be mixing episodes here, but this was the one you guys talked about podcast apps, right?

 

You should try Pocket Casts. It has a clean interface, loads of customization and it syncs through devices (and has a web player).

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I would like to second Barone's post above. I've used pocket casts for a long time and they are brilliant. They have a paid version which is well worth getting in my opinion. 

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I've been using google play music to listen just because it's easier for me to do at work.  It's probably one of the worst platforms out there.  You can't rate or leave comments, you can't download, and it's impossible to find if you don't know where to look.  I will definitely be checking out one of the other apps for android.

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My heart stopped when my name got mentioned! Didn't mean to "meh" you :P Just happened to release the podcast at a time when I had a lot of content to listen to, so what I was saying is that you guys are worth shuffling other things down a few slots. Anyway, I've become addicted now, its too late to go back!

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Hey, I'm glad I discovered more ways of interacting with t i f o. My brother and I were just discussing that you needed a podcast, and here you are. I've been listening to t i f o on YouTube while driving, I just turn the video quality all the way down to 144p. I usually don't need to see the background graphics, and most of what you talk about is fine just with the audio.

I loved the discussion of classic pc games. Ironically, I haven't played any of the games you guys mentioned. But I absolutely loved Outpost and Outpost 2 that were published by Sierra. Fun fact, you can download Outpost 2  as an open source version. It is a science fiction themed RTS game. I don't care for the text-based adventures because I get bored with all of the typing and slow exploring.

I only found out that you had a podcast this week, so now I have to start at the beginning and catch up. Thanks for the discussion about podcast apps, I'm using Google play music, which is useful because it's already on my phone, but it's really clunky.

I can't wait to hear more! 

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Catching up here just found your podcast a few weeks ago and after listening to the 3 most recent episodes I have gone back to originals.  I love your podcast.  I am unable to leave a review because I listen on Google platform but I am going to try and download stitcher so that I can leave a review for you guys you deserve it!  I love the laughter and the genuine conversation style and back and forth.  The only bad part is I often want to join the conversation but I am driving and by the time I get to where I am going I forget what points I found so interesting!  In this particular episode, you were talking about Formula versus breast milk and I thought that would be a very interesting topic to hear more about the evolution of formula.  (I may be more interested because I work in pediatrics and hear about it so often)  I know that Similac is constantly striving and making changes to get closer to the quality of breast milk all the time and it is amazing to me the amount of research that goes into these products.  Well there was more but I have no idea guess I need to put a notepad in my car now, surely that's safe??   Simone - I don't think your accent sounds fake and Daven I find the sound of your voice relaxing - I'm going to have to join the crowd that says it helps you go to sleep but not out of boredom on my way to work I laugh a lot!  Keep up the good work.

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