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Business Jazz - 18th September 2012 - Final Part
This is the final part of a Business Jazz recording made on 18th September 2012. Should you wish, you can find the conversations immediat...
"Start With Why" by Simon Sinek http://www.startwithwhy.com/
Knowing when to say no @Omaniblog cc @chrisbrogan
So thoughts on know how much to give and when to say no from the perspective of a small business owner.
The Papisher & The Prod by John McKearney. Narrated by @Omaniblog. Mixed by @TheBooMagnet and @BossJockApp. Music by Celtic Lassies.
community boo. I really like this poem and wanted the
community to get involved in producing a version for Audiobo...
Hi @AndrewdeVermand. Thank you for your encouragement :)
Please do many Boos. Michael Longley. Paul Durcan. Seamus Heaney. Yeats...
@markrock Thanks Mark - glad you liked it :) Great support from the boo community too :)
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On Trackpads, iPad ClamCase and Thanks.
I'd like to interfere with you!
Hehe! Well @macolgan I am certainly no engineer :)
In engineering, an 'interference' fit meant two items heldfast together simply by the closeness of their contact ;-)
The first part of this thread is here http://audioboo.fm/boos/918376-i-won-t-simply-tolerate-you
#Octaver ep. 7 - Music I hope to love
Wasn't exactly sure how I was going to approach this. Enjoy
Wavepad, @SassyCat & Shower Boos
Pocket Wavepad iPhone app @
passed her commercial vehicle driving test - congrats Boo-ing in the shower - a new Audioboo trend?...
I decided to stick with audioboo iphone app for this one.
You're welcome! Did you record this boo using WavePad?
I have used Audacity for some time for listening to Beatles isolation MOGG files. It's such fun!! I have the vuze torrent file if you are interested in mixing/isolating Beatles tracks too :-)
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Reflective, thankful Boo (Brockville, ON)
Beaut. "I have a lot to be thankful for; my friends, my family, and of late my new found friends on Audioboo. Many people don't understand, "How can you form friendships and somewhat of a relationship without ever meeting people?". You listen to people, you listen to them talk, sometimes they pour out their innermost feelings and are just reaching out to other human beings. That's important. I don't think people do that enough. Many of the other platforms out there they don't lend themselves to that kind of connection, the way the recorded voice does... the kind of mundane stuff, that sill can be intersting, because it's a peek into someone else's life and expands your own life and makes you think outside of the little cubicle that we either live or work in, it helps us get out of that shell. It's bewidlering that several thousand kilometres away are people that I want to listen to and I want to hear what they're doing with their lives, I care about how their children are doing and want to find out more about them. Isn't that interesting? Isn't it strange that we can connect with people who are thousands of kilometres away, more that people who are right next door? And not only that but we sometimes know more about them, and feel a certain connection and similarities. It's amazing." https://plus.google.com/112665341797921825556/posts/Ju24a6Y7DYG
A day in the life of / MobileMe
listening @ http://bambuser.com/v/2607916
Thoughts on a father/child chat..@omaniblog