We have on loyal ESPN viewer Mike Whalen (@mikewhalen108), who graciously guides down the path of the intentionally vanilla and unremarkable history of Mike Greenberg (starting in 1856), and his forced morning show Get Up! Lots of credit to Mike W. on this one Follow the hosts of The Dismal Tide on Twitter: Brendan (@patentbrending), Mike (@megaclang) Join our Discord as well and talk about over complicated parlays with us: https://discord.gg/B3yFpEzQ
Darlene and Mike are joined by Mike Whalen, author of Lawyer Forward, to discuss how lawyers can find their place in the future of law. This program contains 30 minutes of Professionalism content accredited by the Law Society of Ontario.PLUS: A case of the Mondays, Star Trek, and more gardening talk from Mike (and Mike).LINKSBuy Lawyer Forward here: https://www.lawyerforward.com/FEEDBACK, CREDITS & REVIEWPlease give us feedback here: http://bit.ly/LLPFeedback Music credit: Thanks to Nick Fowler who composed and performed our theme music. To learn about his work, visit teknologyproductions.wixsite.com/teknology. Art credit: Thanks to Jenny Henderson for our LLP artwork. To learn about Jenny and see her work, visit: https://www.jennyhendersonstudio.com/ Please rate, review, subscribe and comment. We would so appreciate your feedback (I mean, we're just two lawyers trying to podcast).
THE FIRST CYCLE: THE TIME PILL (DARK AND THE BOSTON CELTICS PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE, A MIKE WHALEN JOINT
The Illegal Screen
Mike Whalen, our audio editor came up with some brilliant commentary on Dark the TV show and the history as well as future of the Boston Celtics. Come along with him, on a journey through time. Take the time pill.0:00:00 - Intro0:03:20 - Introduction to DARK (Spoiler Free)0:14:33 - The Time Pill0:21:35 - The 2008 Celtics0:36:23 - The 1986 Celtics0:51:33 - The 1964 Celtics1:21:40 - The 2030 Celtics1:37:48 - What are the stakes for S3 of DARK? (Spoilers)
JOKER'S CHICKEN DROP/( THE JOKER/OSCAR GAMBLING/ NBA CROSS TALK) W/ GUEST: MIKE WHALEN
The Illegal Screen
The Illegal Screen welcomes our second guest and audio engineer of the pod, Mike Whalen! This time around we're talking Joker. YES. THAT Joker. The one who makes the jokes. In addition, Mike talks POPES (with our first ever Exclusive!) and drops some serious Oscar and NBA bets, so all of you degenerate gamblers out there GET YOUR BOOKIES ready. Brian talks about his Orlando Magic live game coverage against the Celtics, and we talk ZION.Times: Joker- 2:17 Oscar Gambling (YOUNG POPE EXCLUSIVE!!!)- 21:33NBA CROSSTALK AND MORE BETTING- 38:57
@mikewhalen108 joins us this week and it was so good that my teeth still hurt. check out Mike Whalen's other projects : Gambling Degenerates Podcast (https://soundcloud.com/gambling-degenerates) and The Illegal Screen (@theillegalpod on Twitter)
Open Apple #65.5 (December 2016) : Mike Whalen At KansasFest
This week on Open Apple, we run a special piece of extra content, courtesy of friend-of-the-show Mike Whalen. Mike brought his mobile audio production gear to KansasFest back in July, and he captured a series of interviews and biographies during the event. He has graciously agreed to let us run it here on our feed. It’s wonderfully produced, and a great way to get a feel for what KansasFest is all about. If you’re on the fence about attending KFest in 2017, this will certainly sway you into joining us for all the Apple II fun. The post Open Apple #65.5 (December 2016) : Mike Whalen At KansasFest first appeared on Open Apple.
Floppy Days 65 - Week of the KFest with Mike Whalen
FloppyDays Vintage Computing Podcast
Welcome to Episode 65 of the Floppy Days Podcast, where a summer computer camp for middle-aged geeks is the highlight of our year. My name is Randy Kindig. This is a very special edition of Floppy Days produced and contributed by my good friend Mike Whalen and it includes sound bites from many of the attendees of this year’s annual week-long KansasFest Apple II event that always happens in Kansas City, Missouri. Mike is a long-time Apple II and retro-computer fan and one of the hosts of the currently-dormant Electric Dreams BBS Podcast. I met Mike at the one-and-only KansasFest event that I’ve been able to attend thus far, that being in 2014. I would certainly recommend the event to anyone that enjoys getting together with a large number of vintage computer nuts for an entire week, living the college dorm life, and generally immersing themselves in the out-of-date-but-still-loads-of-fun Apple II computer. It’s one of things that you must experience at least once, although for most people it tends to be like Lay’s Potato Chips: no one can stop at just one. I’m amazed at the effort and quality Mike put into this podcast. I want to thank him and the Apple II KFest community for allowing me to air this ode to KFest on Floppy Days. Enjoy! KansasFest Website - http://kansasfest.org KansasFest talks on Internet Archive - https://archive.org/details/kansasfest KansasFest HackFest - http://www.kansasfest.org/hackfest/ KansasFest Door Contest from 2015 - http://www.kansasfest.org/2016/07/door-signs-2015/ YouTube playlist of Dr. Steven Weyrich's KFest-related Parody Songs - http://bit.ly/2dkQfvc Twitter Accounts for some of the folks involved: @a2fan -- Sean Fahey @the_jongleur -- Michael Mulhern @quinndunki -- Quinn Dunki @callapple -- Call A.P.P.L.E. @retroconnector -- Charles Mangin @kevinsavetz -- Kevin Savetz @CT6502 -- Chris Torrence @textfiles -- Jason Scott @65816guy -- Dagen Brock @ultramagnus_tcv -- Mike Whalen Call-A.P.P.L.E. - http://www.callapple.org Call-A.P.P.L.E.'s "Nibble Viewpoints - Business Insights From The Computing Revolution" by Mike Harvey Reactive Micro - http://reactivemicro.com/wiki/Main_Page 8-Bit Weapon - http://8bitweapon.bandcamp.com/ Bits With Byte - http://8bitweapon.bandcamp.com/album/bits-with-byte BlipTastic by ComputeHer - http://8bitweapon.bandcamp.com/album/bliptastic Charles Mangin's RetroConnector - http://retroconnector.com/ Quinn Dunki's Blog - http://quinndunki.com/blondihacks/ Nibble Magazine - http://www.nibblemagazine.com/ Mike has provided links in the show notes for Web sites that can help you find out more about the attendees you heard in this episode and about KFest itself ; just go to floppydays.com for the full list. If you wish to contact Mike about this episode, you can find some contact information for him in the show notes. I very much encourage you to provide feedback for the show at iTunes or on the Web site, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, via Twitter at @floppydays or on Facebook, at http://www.facebook.com/groups/floppydays . I also want to mention that Floppy Days is also a member of the Throwback Network, a network of retro-themed podcasts. Check it out at http://www.throwbacknetwork.net. For one more way to listen, Floppy Days is also available for streaming at stitcher.com. Until the next show, pull out a vintage computer and compute as if it were yesterday. Bye!