Monthly Archives: May 2014

Manic Laughter

http://peripheralarbor.com/AudioFiles/WereGoodLaugh.MP3 peripheralarbor.com/AudioFiles/LetItBeginLaugh.ogg So, what’s the deal with maniac laughter? My theory is that the body is exhausted before the intellect. This is in contrast to “normal” laughter, where the mind bores of the idea before the body runs out of … Continue reading

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Nothing to Say. The Man : The Podcast

I have Nothing to Say. And boy do I say it. Transcript below: Well, last time I did a really long rant about cars and driving, and how we should all drive differently and how people should die on the roads! … Continue reading

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Driving Improvements, Nagoya Podcast

So, this is a topic that’s been on my mind for a while. Like, probably since I was about five years old. The way our roads are regulated is silly and wasteful. Fortunately, you’ve got me to point out how … Continue reading

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Floods and English, Nagoya Podcast

More Nagoya Podcast goodness for you all! PR20140527_0 Transcript below: [Marginally Musical Intro] Also there’s a lot of, I don’t know if this is a result of the area I’m in right now, but Nagoya is on a flood plain, … Continue reading

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Podcast from Nagoya

Get the podcast here: Transcript below: [Marginally Musical Intro] Hey there folks, it’s the Paul Spooner Podcast, from the car. That’s right! I’m driving right now, back from work, in Nagoya Japan. There’s a truck merging in front of me; … Continue reading

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Personal Computer Programming History

My Dad introduced me to programming when I was pretty small, maybe seven or eight? He’s not much of a teacher (Sorry Dad, but it’s true!) so “introduced” involved tossing me a Delphi starter box and letting me use his … Continue reading

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