Podcast – Clatskanie Chief News http://clatskaniechiefnews.com/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 02:28:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-15-120x120.png Podcast – Clatskanie Chief News http://clatskaniechiefnews.com/ 32 32 The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Vs. Jets Full Preview, Coordinator Recap, Week 4 Picks, Listener Questions, And More https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/the-terrible-podcast-talking-steelers-vs-jets-full-preview-coordinator-recap-week-4-picks-listener-questions-and-more/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 14:46:20 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/the-terrible-podcast-talking-steelers-vs-jets-full-preview-coordinator-recap-week-4-picks-listener-questions-and-more/ Season 13, Episode 28 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. On this Friday show, Alex Kozora and I talk about the latest Pittsburgh Steelers news and that includes the team’s injury report heading into Friday. We also talk about the health of the Steelers’ Sunday opponent, the New York Jets, at the […]]]>

Season 13, Episode 28 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. On this Friday show, Alex Kozora and I talk about the latest Pittsburgh Steelers news and that includes the team’s injury report heading into Friday. We also talk about the health of the Steelers’ Sunday opponent, the New York Jets, at the start of this show as well.

What could Sunday mean for Steelers cornerback Levi Wallace against the Jets? We discuss this topic at the beginning of this show. We then move on to recap the main talking points from Thursday’s media sessions from coordinators Matt Canada and Teryl Austin.

We use the middle of this Friday broadcast to provide a full preview of the Steelers’ Sunday home game against the Jets. We take a look at what New York does well on both sides of football and discuss what the Steelers will need to do on Sunday to win the game.

It’s Friday, so Alex and I are providing our ATS picks for all games in Week 4. That includes us picking the final score for Sunday’s Steelers home game against the Jets.

We mix in other Steelers talk throughout this episode that isn’t rated in this recap post, and then we close this show by hitting the email machine for a few questions from listeners.

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Sports Talkers Podcast: Renée Paquette, The Volume https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/sports-talkers-podcast-renee-paquette-the-volume/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 06:14:11 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/sports-talkers-podcast-renee-paquette-the-volume/ He is one of the most versatile play-by-play announcers around. Sean McDonough has worked professionally since 1982. He was the play-by-play announcer for the Syracuse Chiefs of the International League and hasn’t stopped since. McDonough apparently called every sport imaginable. Last year, he returned to an NHL newsstand, where he was named lead broadcaster for […]]]>

He is one of the most versatile play-by-play announcers around. Sean McDonough has worked professionally since 1982. He was the play-by-play announcer for the Syracuse Chiefs of the International League and hasn’t stopped since. McDonough apparently called every sport imaginable. Last year, he returned to an NHL newsstand, where he was named lead broadcaster for ESPN’s hockey coverage. He is preparing for the second year.

A native of Boston, McDonough graduated with honors from Syracuse University in 1984 with a degree in broadcast journalism. In May 2007, he received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Southern Vermont College in recognition of his career, community service, and personal accomplishments. He was also the first speaker at the graduation ceremony.

McDonough was inducted into the Hall of Fame for WAER in 2014, the non-commercial radio station at Syracuse University where he began his career in sports broadcasting as a student. The Sports Media Center at Syracuse’s SI Newhouse School of Public Communications also awarded McDonough the Marty Glickman Award in 2016. He received Syracuse’s highest alumni honor, “The George Arents Award,” the highest 2019 Syracuse University Alumni Honor. McDonough was selected for induction into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

Quite a resume.

ROAD TO ESPN/NHL

In 1988, McDonough began broadcasting Boston Red Sox games on television. He teamed up there with the late Jerry Remy. McDonough remained with the Red Sox through the 2004 season and was not brought back. He was replaced by Don Orsillo. McDonough blamed his dismissal on his salary and his franchise regarding the team. Interestingly enough, he would return to the Red Sox in 2019, doing 30 odd games as a part-time radio play-by-play announcer.

Along with his work with the Red Sox, McDonough worked various assignments for CBS Sports beginning in 1990. At CBS he called college basketball, working 10 NCAA tournaments, college football, NFL, US Open Tennis, the Winter Olympics and contributed Masters Coverage.

In 1992, he took over as the lead voice for CBS’ Major League Baseball television broadcasts. He was just 30 and became the youngest to call a World Series national broadcast. Curiously, this record will be beaten 4 years later by Joe Buck, who will replace McDonough in the pit.

During baseball coverage, McDonough had several memorable calls. Perhaps the most famous was in Game 7 of the 1992 NLCS between the Atlanta Braves and the Pittsburgh Pirates. When Atlanta’s Francisco Cabrera came up with the game-winning shot.

‘Line-drive and base-hit! Justice scored the tying point, Bream on the plate…and he’s SAFE! Safe on the plate! The Braves go to the World Series! The most unlikely hero wins the National League Championship Series for the Atlanta Braves. Francisco Cabrera, who had only ten major league at-bats during the regular season, scored from the left side, scoring Sid Bream from second base with the game-winning run. Bream, who has had five knee surgeries in his life, is coming off the tag of ex-teammate Mike LaValliere and Atlanta exits Game 7 with three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning. This place is chaotic. There will be no second nightmare for Bobby Cox. Final score in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series: The Braves 3 and the Pirates 2.’

He also called the ensuing 1992 World Series final game, in which the Blue Jays became the first non-American team to win the Major League Baseball World Championship:

“Nixon’s bunts! Timlin on it! Pitches at first . . . For the first time in history, the World Championship banner will fly north of the border! The Toronto Blue Jays are the best in baseball in 1992!

A year later, McDonough called Joe Carter’s dramatic 1993 World Series-ending home run against Mitch Williams of the Phillies:

“Good hit on the left field line! Way back and GONE! Joe Carter with a three-run homer! The winners and still world champions, Toronto Blue Jays!

Since 2000, McDonough has worked for ESPN/ABC, again working on just about every sport the network has broadcast rights to. College Hoops, College Football, US Open Golf, British Open Golf, Monday Night Football and now the NHL on ESPN/ABC. Before last year, McDonough hadn’t canceled an NHL game since 2004.

BACK ON THE ICE

McDonough grew up a hockey fan and relished his role as a play-by-play announcer the first time ESPN got the NHL contract. He goes way back in the sport and really seemed to miss it when he wasn’t calling hockey.

“That was really the first thing I did when I got out of Syracuse University and started at NESN (New England Sports Network). My first assignment was college hockey and I did a lot of NHL back then. I was hoping we would get him back. he recently said Athleticism. “I’ve told this story before, but I was in the stands at TD Garden in 2019 watching the Bruins take on the Blues in Game 7. I looked at where Mike Emrick was and said to my buddies: ‘Boy, it would be great to do that one day.’ The atmosphere is just amazing. »

McDonough had to reacclimate to the game itself, which was not the same he had covered before. “One of the things that immediately struck me is that the game is much faster than it was 17 or 18 years ago, which was the last time I played in the NHL,” McDonough said. Athleticism. “Before, you could look down and look for a note or if you weren’t quite sure of a player’s number, you could look down and the guy was probably still dragging the puck through the neutral zone. You don’t have time to do all that now. If you don’t show up to the game with all the names and numbers completely memorized and you have to look down, you’re in trouble because the puck is going to go somewhere else very quickly, and it may end up in the net while you’re looking down. the bottom. I appreciate how good hockey broadcasters are because it’s not easy.

McDonough worked on it and reviewed some games to see how he could interact more with Ray Ferraro, especially when the latter was at ice level and the former at the top of the stadium. He and Ferraro developed great chemistry over the season and they were hitting all the cylinders in the playoffs and the Stanley Cup Finals.

WHY IS IT SO GOOD?

McDonough is a prominent advertiser. He has certainly carved out a place for himself with a style that, for me, belongs only to him. There’s something about his cadence and delivery that sets him apart. He has a distinctive voice that lends itself to big matches. McDonough is unique, in a good way, in the way he presents big game moments. It’s hard to put into words how it goes from description to excitement without missing a beat. It’s different but it works and it’s been a long time.

Versatility is a word that’s been around a lot in the broadcasting industry. There are very few advertisers around who called Monday night football, the World Series and the Stanley Cup Final. Think of all the standout moments he had the pleasure of calling. Also think about how many of these moments have happened in different sports and stages.

It’s a tribute to a presenter who has risen to the occasion of many great events. McDonough doesn’t get the notoriety he perhaps deserves. Whether his opinion-making style sometimes hurt him or not, there’s no denying that he’s among the best to ever do what he does.

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On LawNext Podcast: Courtroom5 CEO Sonja Ebron on Arming Pro Se Litigants to Succeed in Court https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/on-lawnext-podcast-courtroom5-ceo-sonja-ebron-on-arming-pro-se-litigants-to-succeed-in-court/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 17:32:43 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/on-lawnext-podcast-courtroom5-ceo-sonja-ebron-on-arming-pro-se-litigants-to-succeed-in-court/ For those who must go to court without a lawyer, navigating the court system can be daunting. Courtroom5 is a unique court technology company that solves this problem by providing pro se litigants with the training, tools, materials and support they need to represent themselves. For litigants who need additional help, it also offers access […]]]>

For those who must go to court without a lawyer, navigating the court system can be daunting. Courtroom5 is a unique court technology company that solves this problem by providing pro se litigants with the training, tools, materials and support they need to represent themselves. For litigants who need additional help, it also offers access to a la carte lawyer services.

Our guest this week, co-founder and CEO of Courtroom5 Sonja Ebron, was motivated by her own experiences as a pro se litigator to develop a way to help others who find themselves in the same situation. With a doctorate in electrical engineering and experience as an entrepreneur, she and co-founder Debra SlonePh.D. librarian and former library school professor, launched Courtroom5 in 2017.

Courtroom5 is also a founding member of the Justice Technologies Association, formed earlier this year to support tech companies that help people navigate legal cases. Ebron and Slone were both nominated at 2022 Fast case 50which pays tribute to the “smartest and bravest innovators, technicians, visionaries and leaders” in the law.

Listen to find out why Ebron founded Courtroom5, how he helps those who can’t afford a lawyer, and what she sees as the future of her business and the broader justice tech landscape.

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How well do TV promotions grow a podcast audience? An A+E frame offers some clues. | Daily News Podcast https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/how-well-do-tv-promotions-grow-a-podcast-audience-an-ae-frame-offers-some-clues-daily-news-podcast/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/how-well-do-tv-promotions-grow-a-podcast-audience-an-ae-frame-offers-some-clues-daily-news-podcast/ Whether a podcast is from an independent producer or a major TV company like A+E Networks, discovery is one of the biggest challenges. The obvious advantage of the company hosting networks like Lifetime, History, and A&E is the ability to promote its podcasts to viewers. But the impact of these advertisements is not a guarantee […]]]>

Whether a podcast is from an independent producer or a major TV company like A+E Networks, discovery is one of the biggest challenges. The obvious advantage of the company hosting networks like Lifetime, History, and A&E is the ability to promote its podcasts to viewers. But the impact of these advertisements is not a guarantee of success according to the leaders.

Jessie Katz, vice president of audio programming and podcasting for A+E Networks, told this week’s Digiday Publishing Summit that they’re still trying to figure out what the right level of promotion is.

“We get a lot of airplay, with promos and bumpers and lower thirds promoting our podcasts,” Katz said. But she said on-screen promotion doesn’t always lead to a sustained increase in downloads. “We could see a 40% increase in listens after promoting a podcast on air. That might fizzle out, but we might maintain a 10-15% increase in audience after that. said Katz.

Digiday says Katz admitted that strategy doesn’t always work, and so A+E Networks is still trying to figure out what works best. But he said one thing is clear. “Cross-promoting your podcast and other podcasts is still the most effective way to find a new audience,” Katz said during the talk.

A+E Network has released 13 podcasts so far, some of which are companion shows on its cable channels, while others are original series. Katz said the promotion is also a two-way street. “We always reserve promotional space on our podcast to promote our on-air initiatives, specials and premieres,” she told the Digiday conference panel.

Although it has a small in-house podcast team, A+E Networks has produced some of its shows with outside partners, including Audacy’s Cadence13 and WNYC Studios. Katz said it “strengthened” the TV company’s efforts to grow in audio and find an audience for its shows, despite having to share a podcast’s ad revenue.

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Terrapinn Selects Commerce Talks™ as Official Podcast Partner https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/terrapinn-selects-commerce-talks-as-official-podcast-partner/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 08:04:33 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/terrapinn-selects-commerce-talks-as-official-podcast-partner/ European e-commerce expert Alex Graf will capture insights from Middle Eastern commerce leaders and provide a major boost to event awareness and profile Global events company Terrapinn has selected influential e-commerce podcast Commerce Talks™ as an official podcast partner at Seamless Saudi Arabia. Alex Graf, international e-commerce expert, author, commentator and host of Commerce Talks, […]]]>

European e-commerce expert Alex Graf will capture insights from Middle Eastern commerce leaders and provide a major boost to event awareness and profile

Global events company Terrapinn has selected influential e-commerce podcast Commerce Talks™ as an official podcast partner at Seamless Saudi Arabia. Alex Graf, international e-commerce expert, author, commentator and host of Commerce Talks, will conduct pre-event interviews with keynote speakers and host live podcasts directly from Seamless on November 2-3.

“Podcasting is such a powerful way to engage an audience, and we’re thrilled to welcome Alex and Commerce Talks to Seamless” – Joseph Ridley, Managing Director, Terrapinn

“Podcasting is such a powerful way to engage an audience, and we’re thrilled to welcome Alex and Commerce Talks to Seamless,” said Joseph Ridley, CEO of Terrapinn. “There is so much commerce and fintech talent in the Kingdom, and Commerce Talks can play a vital role in highlighting Saudi success stories and expertise that will raise awareness for the industry. We are delighted to embark on this partnership with Alex through the Seamless series.

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Seamless Saudi Arabia takes place in Riyadh and is the largest event in the Middle East covering the latest innovations in payments, fintech, retail and e-commerce. Guest speakers include leaders from the World Economic Forum, Amazon, the European Commission and some of the Kingdom’s best-known names, such as Saudi Payments, Geidea, Danone, Extra, Fawaz Al Hokair Group, Extra, Alshaya, Virgin Megastore. , Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets, AlMalki Group, L’azurde.

Commerce Talks is one of Europe’s most prominent e-commerce podcasts, featuring CEOs and CIOs from retailers and manufacturers. Recent guests include Dell, Boots, PepsiCo and Levi’s. Hosted by Alexander Graf – e-commerce expert, entrepreneur, author and co-founder of e-commerce provider Spryker – the show has thousands of international listeners and is streamed on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. For the duration of Seamless and leading up to the event, Commerce Talks will become “Commerce Talks x Seamless Sounds”.

“Events and podcasting make a fantastic combination – the Middle East is a hotbed of commerce and payments innovation, and I’m delighted to have some of the region’s leading personalities on Commerce Talks x Seamless Sounds” , said Alex Graf, host and producer. , Trade talks. “Organizations in the Middle East face many of the same challenges as their counterparts elsewhere in the world, but with additional challenges around delivery and execution, which we look forward to exploring on the podcast.”

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Adnan Syed: Judge overturns conviction of ‘Serial’ podcast subject https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/adnan-syed-judge-overturns-conviction-of-serial-podcast-subject/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 10:59:29 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/adnan-syed-judge-overturns-conviction-of-serial-podcast-subject/ Baltimore CNN — A judge on Monday approved a motion by prosecutors to overturn the murder conviction of Adnan Syed, the subject of the first season of the popular ‘Serial’ podcast, who maintained he was innocent in the murder of his ex-girlfriend friend in 1999. Baltimore prosecutors filed the motion last week asking for a […]]]>


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A judge on Monday approved a motion by prosecutors to overturn the murder conviction of Adnan Syed, the subject of the first season of the popular ‘Serial’ podcast, who maintained he was innocent in the murder of his ex-girlfriend friend in 1999.

Baltimore prosecutors filed the motion last week asking for a new trial for Syed, who is serving a life sentence after being convicted of first-degree murder, robbery, kidnapping and forcible confinement in connection with the murder of Hae Min Lee.

In explaining her decision to quit, Baltimore City Circuit Judge Melissa Phinn cited material from the state’s investigation that was not properly released to defense attorneys, as well as the existence of two suspects who may have been improperly cleared as part of the investigation.

His decision was met with cheers and tears in the courtroom. Syed – who attended the hearing wearing a white button-up shirt, dark tie and kufi cap – was not handcuffed, but his feet were. After the ruling, officials untied his ankles and soon after Syed walked out of the courthouse to cheers and applause from supporters. He did not stop to speak to reporters as he got into a vehicle.

“We are not yet declaring that Adnan Syed is innocent,” Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Monday following the judge’s ruling. “But we declare that in the interests of fairness and justice, he is entitled to a new trial.”

Prosecutors have 30 days to decide whether or not to pursue a new trial, and they are awaiting DNA analysis which they are trying to expedite to determine whether Adnan’s case is dismissed or the case should go to trial. But that warrant, Mosby said, is “separate and separate” from the investigation into who killed Lee.

In the meantime, Syed will wear an ankle monitor with tracking, according to Becky Feldman, head of the Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office Sentencing Review Unit.

Twenty-three years after his incarceration, “we now know what Adnan and those close to him always knew, which was that Adnan’s trial was grossly and grossly unfair. Evidence was withheld from him, evidence that pointed to other people being the killers,” Deputy Public Defender Erica Suter, Syed’s attorney and clinic director for the Innocence Project, said in a statement following the incident. decision.

The hearing comes nearly eight years after the “Serial” podcast dug into his case, raising questions about the conviction and his legal representation. In doing so, the podcast reached a large audience and sparked a veritable boom in crime podcasting as well as other examinations of the case, including HBO’s docuseries, “The Case Against Adnan Syed”.

Prosecutors decided to overturn Syed’s conviction following a nearly year-long investigation, they said in a news release last week. At the time, Mosby said prosecutors “are not, at this time, asserting that Mr. Syed is innocent,” but that the state “lacks confidence in the integrity of the conviction” and that Syed should get a new trial.

The reinvestigation into the case revealed evidence of the possible involvement of two suspects other than Syed, including a person who said they would ‘disappear’ Lee and ‘(h)e would kill her’. prosecutors said. Syed’s lawyers said he and his legal team were unaware the information existed until this year.

Defense attorneys welcomed the prosecution’s motion to quash the conviction as righting a wrong.

“Given the overwhelming lack of reliable evidence implicating Mr. Syed, coupled with growing evidence pointing to other suspects, this unjust conviction cannot stand,” Suter said in a statement last week.

Yet while Monday’s decision was cause for celebration for Syed, his family and supporters, it was painful for the victim’s family.

“It’s not a podcast for me. This is real life,” Yung Lee, brother of Hae Min Lee, told the court, adding that he felt “betrayed” by the state.

“Every time I think it’s over, it’s over, it always comes back,” he said.

Lee’s family are considering appealing but are “still in shock”, their attorney, Steve Kelly, said.

“The family is primarily interested in justice,” he told the court. “In the past 22 years, they and the world have learned that Adnan Syed was the murderer of their daughter and sister Hae Min Lee. Now the court and the prosecutors have a different view. The family is looking for the truth, a fair process and result.

Adnan and Lee were seniors at Woodlawn High School in Baltimore County in January 1999 when she disappeared. His strangled body was discovered in a city forest three weeks later.

Syed and prosecutors filed a joint motion in March for post-conviction DNA testing, saying that since the crime happened more than two decades ago, “DNA testing has changed and improved dramatically.”

The March motion requested that the victim’s clothing be tested for tactile DNA, which was not available at the time of the trial. The items currently being tested had not been tested before in 2018 — when the Baltimore City Police Lab tested various items for DNA — except for the victim’s fingernail clippings, according to the release. Mosby.

Mosby said the motion to vacate was filed with sentencing review unit chief Becky Feldman. Syed was a minor when he was convicted.

The alternate suspects were individuals known at the time of the initial investigation “and were not properly excluded or disclosed to the defense,” according to Mosby’s statement.

The state is not releasing the names of the suspects but said that according to the trial record, one said: ‘He would make her (Ms. Lee) disappear. He would kill her.

The investigation also revealed that a suspect had been convicted of assaulting a woman in her vehicle, the statement said. The second suspect was convicted of serial rape and sexual assault, the statement said.

Some of the information was available at the time of the trial, the statement said, and some was revealed later. It is not known when these assaults took place.

Adnan Syed leaves the Baltimore City Circuit Courthouse in Baltimore on February 5, 2016.

Lee’s car was “directly behind the home of one of the suspect’s family members,” the statement said.

Syed’s lawyers brought the case to the attention of the Sentence Review Unit in April 2021.

Syed’s attorneys “have identified significant reliability issues regarding the most critical evidence at trial,” Mosby’s statement said.

In the 2019 HBO docuseries “The Case Against Adnan Syed,” an attorney for Syed said his client’s DNA was not found on any of 12 samples recovered from the victim’s body and car. These tests were not part of the official investigation by the authorities. HBO, like CNN, is a unit of Warner Bros. Discovery.

At trial, prosecutors relied on the testimony of a friend, Jay Wilds, who said he helped Syed dig a hole for Lee’s body. To corroborate his account, prosecutors presented cellphone records and expert testimony to place Syed at the site where Lee was buried.

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Hackaday Podcast 185: A 2022 Rotary Phone, How AI Imagines Zepplin, Are We Alone in the Universe https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/hackaday-podcast-185-a-2022-rotary-phone-how-ai-imagines-zepplin-are-we-alone-in-the-universe/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/hackaday-podcast-185-a-2022-rotary-phone-how-ai-imagines-zepplin-are-we-alone-in-the-universe/ This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Editor-in-Chief Tom Nardi start by talking about the chip shortage…but not what you think. With a list supposedly breaking down all the electronic components the Russian military is desperate to get their hands on, we can see that hackers aren’t the only ones looking for parts. If you thought […]]]>

This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Editor-in-Chief Tom Nardi start by talking about the chip shortage…but not what you think. With a list supposedly breaking down all the electronic components the Russian military is desperate to get their hands on, we can see that hackers aren’t the only ones looking for parts. If you thought getting components was already tricky, imagine if most of the world decided to impose penalties on you.

We’ll also talk about kid-friendly DIY stereoscopic displays, the return of the rotating cell phone, and the use of heat to seal 3D printed parts for vacuum applications. Join us as we marvel at the use of rubber straps as tank treads and ponder an array of AI-created nightmares that are said to represent Hackaday’s editorial team. Finally, we will talk about two emblematic legacies: that of the 3.5-inch floppy disk, and that of astrophysicist Frank Drake.

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Podcast The Electronic Wireless Show episode 202: the best era changes in special games https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/podcast-the-electronic-wireless-show-episode-202-the-best-era-changes-in-special-games/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 15:00:11 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/podcast-the-electronic-wireless-show-episode-202-the-best-era-changes-in-special-games/ This week on the Electronic Wireless Show podcast, we, prompted by listener friendly OurSuperior, talk about the best era changes in gaming. As you can imagine, this is an easier task for Nate than for me, since many of his favorite games are based on era changes. I therefore find myself in the position of […]]]>

This week on the Electronic Wireless Show podcast, we, prompted by listener friendly OurSuperior, talk about the best era changes in gaming. As you can imagine, this is an easier task for Nate than for me, since many of his favorite games are based on era changes. I therefore find myself in the position of arguing the semantics. How the turntables have turned.

I’m able to win Nate over at least one of my desperate offers to classify things that aren’t eras as eras, though he quickly stops me on the most ridiculous one. It may surprise you to know that we’re not really talking about too many story games (although time travel comes up a lot). And stick around for an exciting Cavern Of Lies. Will the Red Baron (me) finally be shot down?

You can listen on Spotify, or above, or go straight to Soundcloud where you can download it for later. You can also discuss the episode on our Discord channel, which has a dedicated podcast chat room.

You can also get the RSS feed here or find it on iTunes, Stitcher or Pocket Casts.

The music is by Jack de Quidt, a prominent figure of the time.

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Nate does indeed agree that Age Of Empires II has some good eras (the castle is, after all, his whole thing), but gives a much longer shout out to the Civilization 6 soundtrack – with particular reference to the specific song to civ from australia.

I have to turn to time travel to talk about eras. In the classic LucasArts adventure Day Of The Tentacle, you must solve puzzles through time. Nate says it reminds him of the time travel level in Titanfall 2.

We’re also talking about Immortality, which recreates different eras of cinema and filmmaking, and the testing chambers of Portal 2’s precursors.

I’m trying to convince Nate that unboxing counts as having eras (successfully) and doing a really huge puzzle in Jigsaw Puzzle Dreams has eras (unsuccessfully).

Nate has fond memories of the Amiga RTS Mega-Lo-Mania game.

Recommendations this week are The Daughter of Doctor Moreau by Silvia Moreno Garcia, and season 2 of Primal.

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Wheel-E Podcast! Volcon motorcycle electric bike, sidecar electric bike, CSC RX1E, more https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/wheel-e-podcast-volcon-motorcycle-electric-bike-sidecar-electric-bike-csc-rx1e-more/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 22:02:00 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/wheel-e-podcast-volcon-motorcycle-electric-bike-sidecar-electric-bike-csc-rx1e-more/ This week on by Electrek Wheel-E podcast, we discuss the most popular news from the world of e-bikes and other non-traditional electric vehicles. This time it includes Volcon’s electric bike, a funky sidecar electric bike from Mod, the CSC RX1E electric motorcycle and much more. Apologies for the sound quality of this one. Micah’s computer […]]]>

This week on by Electrek Wheel-E podcast, we discuss the most popular news from the world of e-bikes and other non-traditional electric vehicles. This time it includes Volcon’s electric bike, a funky sidecar electric bike from Mod, the CSC RX1E electric motorcycle and much more.

Apologies for the sound quality of this one. Micah’s computer wouldn’t work with his hotel’s internet

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The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 143 – Pole’s Leo Kokkonen on recycling, internet reviews and e-bike batteries https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/the-pinkbike-podcast-episode-143-poles-leo-kokkonen-on-recycling-internet-reviews-and-e-bike-batteries/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 18:11:21 +0000 https://clatskaniechiefnews.com/the-pinkbike-podcast-episode-143-poles-leo-kokkonen-on-recycling-internet-reviews-and-e-bike-batteries/ Pole founder Leo Kokkonen is responsible for some of the craziest bikes – and manufacturing methods – in the cycling industry. The Finnish company’s Machine and Stamina frames were machined from solid blocks of aluminum before each side was glued (and bolted, depending on when it was made) to create something completely different from carbon […]]]>

Pole founder Leo Kokkonen is responsible for some of the craziest bikes – and manufacturing methods – in the cycling industry. The Finnish company’s Machine and Stamina frames were machined from solid blocks of aluminum before each side was glued (and bolted, depending on when it was made) to create something completely different from carbon frames and welded aluminum that we are used to seeing. Kokkonen was also an early proponent of the much longer geometry that is common today, particularly steep seat angles and slacker head angles, and touted the benefits of his Huck Norris tire inserts. long before most of us bought into the idea.

But much of it has been an uphill battle; there was resistance to his ideas on geometry, very public failures like our Stamina test bike in 2019, and overly long wait times for production and warranty frames.

Today’s episode sees Leo Kokkonen and I talk about all this and more, including scrap aluminum recycling, e-bike batteries and the environment, and his interactions in the comments section of Pink bike.

THE PINKBIKE PODCAST // EPISODE 143 – LEO KOKKONEN FROM THE RECYCLING POLE, INTERNET COMMENTS, & E-BIKE BATTERIES
September 8, 2022

No carbon, no welds, but definitely glue, batteries and controversy.

With a rotating cast of the editorial team and other guests, the Pinkbike Podcast is a weekly update on all the latest stories from the world of mountain biking, as well as candid discussions of technology, racing and everything rest.

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