We surf the net with our eyes, ears and fingers. If you range in mildots, metric has less math. After reading the above, I'd have to agree with most of what you're all saying. The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe. Not much other time in life to just listen to a podcast unless you are on a long trip somewhere. Fine home-building has a podcast and a Youtube version format as well. I think that experience is why I can focus on my tasks at hand, while processing whatever "story" is on in the background. Growing up fixing guitars in my father's guitar shop, it was either news or classical music on the radio. Fine Woodworking and Fine Woodworking both have podcasts that are entertaining but not particularly informative. But like most of you, I can't stand nonsensical blabbering or endless self promotion. So, I continue to listen because there still is a good chance that something very useful will be discussed, including techniques and some tools. I can tell you that I've unsubscribed to a number of them because they seem to spend an inordinate amount of time talking about how their listeners should really be on Instagram (and follow them, while they're at it).

Eyes offer the largest conduit and while podcasting and audio books just use ears, the ears are best suited for hands-free operation. and pick the featured episodes for your show. The Fine Homebuilding guys seem like they worked construction jobs in college but their current knowledge seems limited to what manufacturer reps are telling them, and their experience seems constrained to New England practices. Q&A for Work. The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe -- short mysteries for the curious mind with a short attention span. Teams. It’s just the way I heard it…. CT-MIDI, C-18, RO-150, RO-90, OF-1010, OF-1400, MFK-700, MFK-700EQ/B, EHL-65, DTS-400, LS-130, MFT/3 (x4), MFT/Kapex (x3), KA 65 Conturo, endless Systainers. Register a free account to be able to post and unlock additional forums and features. All good stories have a twist, and all great storytellers are just a little twisted.

Join me for a different take on the people and events that you thought you knew, from pop culture to politics, Hollywood to history… The Way I Heard It is a series of short mysteries for the curious mind with a short attention span. Generally speaking, I don't like them. Personally I listen to this one at 1.5x speed. I listen to a variety of industry podcasts (general construction, fine woodworking, building science, etc...). Join me for a different take on the people and events that you thought you knew, from pop culture to politics, Hollywood to history… Two of my favorites that are not 'making' focused but still excellent to listen to... Fine Woodworking and Fine Woodworking both have podcasts that are entertaining but not particularly informative. Just saying. My crime drama genre likes are eclectic. In addition -- a big plus -- we think better when active because more blood gets to our heads. And that was good news for the naked burglar. Americans are not afraid of hard work. If so, feel free to bring any discrepancy to my attention. It's gets a little tiring with those two talking themselves up every episode. I love the meme; but the guy that did the most to put us on the moon was Werner Von Braun. 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Good thing or I'd have missed Bat 21.


All good stories have a twist, and all great storytellers are just a little twisted. One podcast I have been enjoying recently is "We study Billionaires". Also, listening at faster speeds causes a listener to focus more intently on what's being said. DISCLAIMER: Each episode of The Way I Heard It is a true story about a real person, place, or thing. That's probably why most of the podcasts I subscribe to are commercial free and produced from Public Radio in the US and Canada. Just remember – I’m not wrong. Took me years to get around to see The Godfather movies - a see-once-and-done experience to me.
Didn't like The French Connection and avoided Gene Hackman for years until I ran across Superman and something else - then he became one of my favorites. Episode 165: The Feel Good Hit of the Summer The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe.

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