This is the first of a series of audio blog entries where I curate and re-post some old audio recordings from my time spent at Audioboo(m). In this first instalment of two recordings I did some eight years ago for someone I befriended on the audio-based social network Audioboo, I answer a request from Jane […]
In what has to be one of the greatest engineering achievements in space history, the James Webb Space Telescope was unfolded from its stored configuration and bloomed into its full glory over a two-week period since its launch on Christmas day 2021.
Here is the original audio post I made over on Audioboo(m) eight and a half years ago when I first got the ICD implanted.https://audioboom.com/posts/1493371-icd-operation-update
A bit of an update on where my audio blog might be going…or not… I can never commit to these things as my dear readers already know. I have some plans on reusing some older content, check the audio and find out.
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Earlier this morning I was doing a phone test of our landline while I was working and whistling along to some tunes, when I heard something interesting.
In this rather subdued and last AudioMo for this month I make no promises as to any future recordings, but do talk about my immediate plans.
Music: Floating Cities by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3765-floating-citiesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/