“He’s talking about his train set and his old cars.” / ‘This a break song.’ / ‘The ongoing theme in my life has been epic changes.’ / ^High velocity folk music.^ / “Someone nicknamed them the Glimmer Twins.” / ‘Micro-information sharing.’ / ‘Irony loop.’ / “Flashbacking device.”
‘^Hair icon^: debatable’ / “Apparently scoring movies isn’t as fun as it sounds.” / “Incredibly strange Internet stuff.” / “Card-like.” / ‘Bands that yell at you.’ / ‘Reminds me of the 90s.’ / “I don’t want to pre-roll ads.”
‘Reply, file, delete.’ / “We need to get more of your rhymes on the streets.” / ‘My Facebook feed is all brands and companies.’ / “I use a POP3 account” / ^Party pics with Solo cups on Webshots.^ / “Meta-categories of email types.”
‘Fruit cup for 4 dollars.’ / “Right now a lot of the same idiots are saying there should be a war against Syria.” / “They’re not new though.” / “This might be taking it to a new level.” / “‘Ways that are upwards and ways that are manifest.'” / “This nonsense talk about ‘red lines.'” / “Have you heard how stupid that thing is?”/ ‘You can play yoga in [GTAV].” / “A distinctive bass sound.” / “The answers, or something.”
My Screambird alternative trance music project now has a page on Google Play where all the tracks released so far (four of them) can be purchased (or listened to for free): http://goo.gl/tmYvd
645 Pro: a camera app that has an option to create tiff files as well as jpg files, and offers some cool features like real-time ISO data, optional grid overlays, day and night modes, and aspect ratio dial.
Pocket: (formerly ReadItLater): an app that downloads the text from stories for reading later; competitor to Readability which was mentioned in episode #29.
Read Later: a free desktop client app for the Pocket (formerly ReadItLater) service.
ZooTool: a free social bookmarking service; works with Reeder. [Reeder was reviewed in episode #11].