Andrew and John talk about their first impressions of Windows 10 now that Microsoft has officially launched their new OS. Does Microsoft have a winner on their hands or is Windows 10 a disaster just like Windows 8? Comcast now has more internet customers than TV subscribers. Will Comcast dive deeper into IPTV services? Google divorces Google+ from YouTube. Has Google+ failed? And Amazon wants to build drive up grocery stores.
Can you go camping in your RV and still get over 100 Megabit Internet? Bryan Jones can, and he joins us to show us how. Plus studio pics from hit107 and TripleM in Adelaide, Australia. And Chris Tobin reveals exactly what’s in his “Go Kit”.
Andrew and Paul discuss the launch of Microsoft Windows 10. Andrew gives his first impression review of Windows 10. Does it live up to his expectations. Andrew and Paul also run down some of the issues in Windows 10 and how to deal with them.
The guys review "Avengers Grimm," a movie that shouldn't exist, but it does. What a pile of putrid garbage. Anyway, next time - we're hitting "A Deadly Adoption." It's a Lifetime movie starring Will Ferrell and Kristin Wiig.
Episode 32 is brought to you by the mean streets of 1970's New York - it's The Warriors! Stephen had the chance to pick this movie because KC had never seen it, and open your ears to this listeners: IT'S A BLOCKBUSTER. CAN YOU DIG IT? This movie's about The Warriors, a gang from Coney Island who've been framed for the murder of Cyrus, the leader of the biggest gang in the city. They gotta get home to Coney from the Bronx with every gang in the city on their tail. Simple. Dark. Fun. This movie's art direction is fantastic, the dialogue is snappy, and they fight the New York Yankees (what?). Download the podcast, listen, hit us back at the main page www.flixbookclub.com/ with your thoughts/opinions/movie suggestions. Tune in next week where we get together and talk about John Dies at the End.
Recording techniques and tools are still evolving - and some truly exciting Immersive Surround tech is emerging right now. Recording engineer, Alex Kosiorek, joins Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack with lessons in modern recording technique, why 96kHz sampling is important, and what jobs are demanding skilled audio engineers.