Podcast 12

Core Image, trance music, puking after swimming, lots of domains, and cloud music services:

danieljmckeown.com podcast #12

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August 17, 2011

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hosted by Daniel J. McKeown and featuring an appearance from Jessica McKeown

Screambird (my electronic music side project) trance song “Fly Away”:


plus the video featuring Cleveland:


iOS apps

-Decim8 (photo editing app):


-Pixlr-o-matic (photo editing app):


Mac OS X app

-Pixelmator (pixel-based image editing program with Core Image filters):


Core Image to be available in iOS 5 (it’s already in OS X)

Should I criticize Apple for only having one dinosaur sound effect in Apple loops or should I be grateful that there is one at all?

Tom Friedman is a moron

my article from years ago:


the Professional Left Podcast this week (Ep. #88):


“Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad, who attempted to become the first person to swim between Cuba and Florida without a shark cage, was forced to abandon her effort early Tuesday morning — roughly halfway through her journey.

Nyad was vomiting when she was brought aboard a boat at 12:45 a.m. Tuesday — 29 hours after she jumped into the water Sunday.” via Chicago Tribune. http://goo.gl/IiRb5

Turntable.fm vs. Spotify vs. Rdio

iTunes Match vs. Google Music vs. Amazon Cloud drive

Post-Oasis bands:

Liam Gallagher’s band Beady Eye:


Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds:


How many web domains do you own?  This dude has over 100:


Do you like filename extensions? (Like .ogg or .txt) Mac OS X and Windows and Linux use them but classic Mac OS did not (as far as I can remember).

Twitter photo sharing

Are all Twitter links t.co links now?


Neener (Jessica’s and my band):