October is a time for ghouls, ghosts, and game demos. Yep, keeping with a long-standing tradition that happened somewhat organically without us realizing it, we give you another reason to break out the earbuds in order for you to experience life beyond The Vale . And speaking of new experiences, Ricky dropped by the office of beeping and talking to discuss the Nuraloop earbuds with Joe. Lastly, but technically in the middle of the show, we hear from the new voice of the Amazon Echo. Listen in to hear the first ever F bomb hiding somewhere within the minutes of BBQ 216.
Links to topics mentioned in this episode
We go over the Nuraloop at the top of the show. To skip to the Alexa bits, go to 32:30 or jump to the 40 minute mark to hear "The Vale" demo.
Nuraloop product page
How It Works | Music in full colour | Personalized sound
Review: Nuraloop brings personalized audio to people on the go
Nura NuraLoop review: The sound of custom earbuds without the price
NuraLoop - The Worlds First Earphones To Automatically Learn and Adapt to Your Hearing
Samuel L. Jackson - celebrity voice for Alexa
How to talk to Samuel L. Jackson using Alexa
10 Funny Things To Ask Samuel L. Jackson On Alexa
Official page for THE VALE | fallingsquirrel
Falling Squirrel on Twitter
Jessie Anderson's The Vale Beta (audio game) Mixer archive
Orbit Writer Premium TPU Snap-on Case
SNL New Normal
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Joe Steinkamp is no stranger to the world of technology, having been a user of video magnification and blindness related electronic devices since 1979. Joe has worked in radio, retail management and Vocational Rehabilitation for blind and low vision individuals in Texas. He has been writing about the A.T. Industry for 15 years and podcasting about it for almost a decade.