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56: Gimme the cash | Tinkling the ivories

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Relative Paths | Web Development and stuff like that

Mark Phoenix and Ben Hutchings

Description: Both ends of the Web Development spectrum

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56: Gimme the cash | Tinkling the ivories

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It's been 9 months since our last episode (1000 apologies) so we had much important chat to catch up with. We discussed training clients not to call out of hours, Edge browser news, Hey Duggee, Perch and a whole host of other things. We also have a favour to ask! We want to release episodes regularly, but that's tricky for us as we have to carve time out of our work schedules. We'd like to dedicate a day or two each month to record and edit episodes. We'd also like to make time to research episode topics and guests. We can do this with your support. So, if you to support us please donate via our Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/relativepaths). Our jukebox this week had a bit of a folky feel. Ben chose the Lulu Rouge remix of Riverside by Agnes Obel. I went full folk and chose Easy to Be Around by Diane Cluck. They're both added to the Relative Paths Alt Playlist (http://relativepaths.uk/altpl). - Mark Show links: MS EDGE Browser news - Verge (https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/6/18527550/microsoft-chromium-edge-google-history-collaboration) Hey Duggee Space Badge (https://youtu.be/oXkSfqmzG1o) The Wurzels - Remix (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhHsBmys05Q) Subscribe and keep in touch: iTunes - https://relativepaths.uk/it Stitcher - https://relativepaths.uk/st SoundCloud - https://relativepaths.uk/sc Twitter - https://twitter.com/relativepaths Facebook - https://facebook.com/relativepaths Special mention to Loopback by Rogue Amoeba (https://rogueamoeba.com/loopback). This software make our Jukebox snippets so easy to record into Audition, and we were kindly given a free copy. The music we use for various intro bits, stings and outro is ‘Vitreous Detachment’ by Origamibiro (http://www.tomwillhill.com), used with kind permission.

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