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A weekly podcast about books, writing, reading, and raccoons. Hosted by Mike Ingram and Tom McAllister, editors at Barrelhouse Magazine and authors of fiction and creative nonfiction. Winner of a 2015 Philadelphia Geek Award for Best Streaming Media Project. You don't need to read the books to enjoy the show!
 
Sally Turbitt and Amy Walduck are librarians from Australia determined to highlight some of the best people and stories from library land and beyond. Visit http://www.turbittnduck.com for more info on our guests and things we chat about during each episode!
 
HVAC School is the ever growing online source for real training topics for technicians in the Air-conditioning, Heating and Ventilation Fields. In the podcast, we will share recorded training, tech ride alongs, share challenging diagnostic scenarios. All to help make the industry, your company, and your truck a better place to be.
 
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Chris Stephens from HVACR Videos joins us to talk about his experiences with and perspective on R290 (propane) refrigerant in restaraunt refrigeration
 
In this podcast we discuss the common myth about flame rod / semsor / rectification cleaning
 
We're on to 1996, friends! For this episode we read a David Shields book, Remote, which is kind of a memoir, kind of a collection of creative nonfiction experiments, and kind of difficult to categorize. Mike bought it years ago, in college, before he knew anything about David Shields, and back then he found it a little confusing. Now, with more ...…
 
Eric and I discuss his new home and how he plans to install new central air the Eric Mele way.
 
We talk through measuring amperage on a blower and condensing fan motor and why you may be measuring inaccurately resulting in a misdiagnosis.
 
We're halfway through the 90s, and this week we're reading a book that feels very much like a time capsule of the era: Douglas Coupland's Microserfs, his follow-up to Generation X, the novel that introduced that term into the world. In Microserfs we follow a group of twenty-something coders as they quit their jobs at Microsoft to work for a sta ...…
 
In this episode we review application based system selection considerations for VRF/VRV systems
 
We talk about Specific gravity, relative density and why it matters to a tech
 
Boy, the '90s are just flying by! We're already up to 1994, a year marked by tragedy (Kurt Cobain, Nicole Brown Simpson) and triumph (Mike's high school graduation). Our reading this week is a short story by Rick Moody, "The Grid." We talk about the story's unconventional structure, its musical voice, and its Gen X-era references. Mike also adm ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Embraco about R290 (Propane) refrigerant, Hydrocarbons and what you need to know about them. Links: http://refrigerationclub.com/ http://naturalrefrigerants.info/ http://embraco.com/Default.aspx?tabid=40
 
We talk through measuring amperage on a blower and condensing fan motor and why you may be measuring innaccurately resulting in a misdiagnosis
 
This week we time-travel back to 1993 to see what was going on in literature, technology, and pop culture. For our reading, we're diving into the John Edgar Wideman short story, "Newborn Thrown in Trash and Dies," part of his prize-winning collection All Stories Are True. The story was inspired by a 1991 news report about a baby who had been di ...…
 
In this service manual talk through episode we discuss the Heatcraft Beacon 2 refrigeration system and what it entails
 
This episode covers the why and the how of low ambient cooling and refrigeration
 
This episode covers the why and the how of low ambient cooling and refrigeration
 
This week we're time-traveling back to 1992, and the first issue of The Oxford American, which in its early years was frequently referred to as "The New Yorker of the South." We read an essay by Larry Brown called "Fire Notes," which would later be published as part of Brown's memoir, On Fire. Brown was a firefighter and a self-taught writer wh ...…
 
I talk to John Oaks about his experience as a VRF tech in the field including branch boxes and two pipe vs. three pipe technology
 
This is a voice over audio presentation of the article of the same title on the HVACRschool.com website
 
This week, as we continue our adventure through the 90s, we're discussing both the winner and runner-up stories from 1991's Nelson Algren Prize, sponsored by the Chicago Tribune. Tom Barbash won for his story, "Howling at the Moon," and Patricia Stevens came in second for her story, "Leaving Fort Ord." Barbash would go on to publish a few books ...…
 
Jason Obrzut come on and talks us through his furnace sequence of operation training Take It Slow, It's Gonna Blow
 
We talk through stack effect. What it is and what issues it causes.
 
Welcome to another Winter of Wayback season, Book Fight friends! After last year's run through the 1950s, this year we're skipping ahead to take on the 90s. Over the next ten weeks, we're going to dig into some of the best, most interesting, and weirdest writing published over the course of the decade, while looking at ways publishing changed o ...…
 
Kat Moody is a reformed museum professional who works in public libraries and has been adventuring around the GLAMR sector since the nineties. In the United Kingdom, Kat worked in the libraries and / or archives of various military museums and in New Zealand, after various adventures, is now based with Christchurch City Libraries. In this episo ...…
 
Jim gives us a year end review of all that is happening at MeasureQuick with Redfish, BluFlame, BluVac, Supco, Testo and Fieldpiece
 
Hello, Book Fighters! This is the second episode of Mike's new podcast Day Jobs, where he talks to writers, artists and other creative people about how they make a living. In this episode Mike's talking to Bud Smith, a writer and artist who works a full-time heavy construction job. They talk about writing on your phone, why no job is "brainless ...…
 
What is the difference bewteen accuracy, precision and resolution
 
John guides us through all aspects of ventilation and ventilation design with a review of point ventilation, ASHRAE 62.2, whole home ventilation strategies and much more
 
Bill and Bryan discuss manometers, combustible gas detectors, personal CO detectors, draft gauges and combustion analyzers
 
Turbitt & Duck travelled to Coffs Harbour in November to record live interviews with delegates and keynotes at SWITCH 2018. SWITCH is the NSW Public Libraries Association’s annual conference with delegates from all over NSW in attendance. There’s a focus on building partnerships with local councils, advocacy, library new builds and renovations ...…
 
In this episode Bryan speed talks through all the basics of a heatpump and how it functions.
 
We made it, everyone! To the end of another year (of Book Fight, that is). As per usual, we're closing out the year by reading a ridiculous Christmas-themed book. Actually, this year's selection is really four books in one, a collection of novellas that all involve magical cats, in one way or another. The book is called The Magical Christmas Ca ...…
 
Jason from ESCO and Cengage comes on to talk about the varying landscape of EPA 608 regulations with what you need to know for now
 
This week, having wrapped up our Fall of Finales but not quite ready for our annual Holiday Spectacular, we decided that we'd each pick a short piece we read recently and loved. Which led us to two essays: Andrea Kleine's "Once Upon a Time in New York: A Sublet of One's Own," from Lit Hub, and Jamila Osman's "A Map of Lost Things: On Family, Gr ...…
 
In our first ever ask me anything podcast we talk about the trade as whole and answer random questions about Kalos and myself
 
Sabine Weber-Beard works for the Far North District Libraries as the Systems Librarian for all six branches and also manages the smallest in Kaeo. She is active in the New Zealand library community, as the Northland Ambassador for the National Digital Forum, a member of the LIANZA Hikuwai committee and she is also on the wider working group to ...…
 
Here are some things to consider before replacing that old A/C with a bigger one
 
This week we're diving into the work of the late A.A. Gill, a famous British journalist and essayist who died of cancer at the tail end of 2016. His final book, Lines in the Sand, collects a bunch of his journalism, including the pieces he wrote about European refugee camps. Gill started his writing career after sobering up in his early 30s, an ...…
 
What is the difference between R-Value and U-Factor and why should you care?
 
This week we're talking about Denis Johnson's final book, the short story collection The Largesse of the Sea Maiden. Prior to reading this one, we'd both been fans of Johnson's work, and had even met him once, in grad school. We talk about how his final stories compare to the ones that sparked his career as a fiction writer, in particular how t ...…
 
This episode is very exciting to me because we get to have Dr. Allison Bailes on the show to talk about friction rate and duct design. To find out more about everything Dr. Bailes has to say about building performance and duct design visit his site at https://www.energyvanguard.com/blog
 
Neither of us had ever read the work of Helen Dunmore, but the more we looked into her career, the more we felt like we should have. For this week's episode we discussed the story "Girl, Balancing," which was the title story of her final story collection, published posthumously. The story starts slow, but takes a sudden turn into menacing terri ...…
 
Rusty Walker with Hill Phoenix comes on and talks about CO2 triple and critical points and some best practices for refrigeration techs working w/ CO2
 
We cover what you need to consider before soldering or brazing any type of joint
 
William Trevor died in 2016, at the age of 98. Two years later, his final book of short stories appeared--titled, appropriately enough, Last-Stories. For this week's episode, we read one of those stories, "Mrs. Crasthorpe," which Julian Barnes, in a review for The Guardian, singled out as one of the book's best. We talk about the story, and abo ...…
 
Eric is back and this time we cover hot gas as a dehumidification strategy with all of the broad strokes you should be aware of
 
This episode Bryan covers three things you can do to make you a much better tech tomorrow and everyone will notice
 
This week we're back into our Fall of Finales season, in which we consider the final published work of notable authors. Philip Roth published the novel Nemesis 2010, about two years before he announced that it would be his last published book. In interviews at the time, he said he'd turned his attentions to helping his biographer understand his ...…
 
In this episode Jim Bergmann does a deep dive into combustion analysis and covers everything you need to know to keep a furnace running safe and efficient
 
Maeva Masterson is the Manager Library Sector Services at Northern Territory Library. Maeva began her career in the Australian Army before making the jump to library services. With more than 15 years’ experience in working in both remote locations and internationally, Maeva is a results-focused library services professional providing strategic ...…
 
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