This week Jamie, Ricky and Joe meet up to banter about tech and stuff. Buddy Mays drops by, there are a few cameos along the way and the triumphant return of … “The Mailbag”!!!
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We hope you enjoyed our 10th, or April Fools, episode. It was a lot of fun to do. The inspiration for this show came from “Buzz Out Loud” celebrating the 10th anniversary of their first remarkable groundbreaking podcast. Tom, Molly, Veronica, Jason and all the crew in Buztown impacted the way we looked at the podcast medium and there are still little BOL homages to them in a lot of our audio today.
Jamie, Ricky, Joe, Buddy, Lisa, Richard and Patrick would all sincerely like to thank J.J. for allowing us to relive the old format one last time. J.J.'s contributions to our previous audio adventures, for nearly 5 years, have been numerous and insightful. He was a great sport and it seemed only fitting that he provide us some feedback in the form of the B Report. We'd also like to thank Bob Reid for helping us to resurrect the Mailbag and its theme song, and we thank Andre Lewis for his past musical contributions. Also, the entire team would like to give a big word of thanks to all our listeners. No matter if you have been listening to us over the years, or you have found our brand of audio recently, your support means the world to us!
Engineering students extinguish fire with sound
The Wacky, Wiggly, Razor-Thin World of the Flexi Disc
See in the dark (for a little bit) with night vision eyedrops
Colorblind People See Certain Colors For The First Time Ever, Are Visibly Moved
We mentioned a few people and things during the podcast that didn't quite fit anywhere else, but definitely deserved a place in the show notes. First, we'll wish you a happy Easter and invite you to go on a Super Egg Hunt by downloading the popular game from Liam Erven at LWorks. If you wish to purchase the full version of Super Egg Hunt Plus, you can do that over at A T Guys.
While you're playing, you can listen to Randy Rusnak and a new crew on the newly renamed A11Y Devices Podcast.
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Joe Steinkamp is no stranger to the world of technology, having been a user of video magnification and blindness related electronic devices since 1979. Joe has worked in radio, retail management and Vocational Rehabilitation for blind and low vision individuals in Texas. He has been writing about the A.T. Industry for 15 years and podcasting about it for almost a decade.