Best shareware podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Shareware
Weekly
 
Hello everyone, and welcome to Shareware. The one typing up this short and sweet little Bio is BioBrett, the one who does all the other work is Josh, and the final founding member is good ole' boy Jordan.Shareware's gone through a few evolutions - the first half of the show is now focused around one topic each host brings per week. That topic can be centered around damn near anything, with only our distorted common sense having any damn say.The meat of the show is in the Game Club, where we ...
 
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Sharecare Radio: Be Healthy, Look Great, and Feel Incredible.
 
Sharecare Radio, hosted by Dr. Darria Long Gillespie: Emergency Room doctor, digital health executive, and mom, airs live every Tuesday from 1-2pm EST on RadioMD. Whether your goal is to get more energy, fit into those jeans, or to know what's real (and what's hype) for preventive health, you'll want to tune in. Because fitting healthy changes into your life is doable, and isn't it time you felt your best? Dr. Darria draws from her own experience as a practicing ER doctor to give you the lat ...
 
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NosillaCast Apple Podcast
Weekly
 
Allison Sheridan's technology geek podcast with an EVER so slight Apple bias
 
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MacBites
Rare
 
MacBites - getting to the core of all things Apple
 
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NeatLittleMacApps
Monthly
 
A tribute podcast to all those gems of neat little Mac apps.
 
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Gn0melocker Report
Daily+
 
A Weekly podcast hosted by Matt Darnell, Powered by Gn0melocker. Covering the latest technology today, also with the Gn0me Top Freeware/Shareware Applications of the Week. So Subscribe Now, and While your at it Subscribe to the Gn0melocker Newsletter. http://gn0melocker.com/
 
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Podcasting 101
Monthly
 
Lessons in Podcasting, Talkcasting, Casting in general. Software, Hardware, freeware, shareware, other wares in order to help you make the best talk show or podcast available! Each lesson will teach you the basics of what you need to know to create a successful podcast. Find out more by visiting http://www.newmediapro.bizThis Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
 
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In this episode, we share war stories about Apple Siri, Amazon Echo (Alexa), and Xbox Kinect, debate the best way to get our wives to send us "adult selfies," get unruly about the best ways to celebrate Father's Day, and broach the subject of balancing the budget in your home. Enjoy this jam-packed edition of The Married Not Dead podcast! This ...…
 
This week some strange things are showing up in Pepsi cans, a religious group is trying to build a 300 foot pyramid in Colorado, and someone cuts off a dick. Also Raven was up to some stuff this week. Chris shares his feelings on Marky Mark’s Good Vibrations and we pay tribute to the talking cats of the 90s. This week is brought to you by share ...…
 
All The Things In this episode, I am chatting with Morten Rand-Hendriksen. As someone who has taken most, if not all his courses on Lynda.com – all I can say is WOW – this is awesome. Let’s get started! Morten Rand-Hendriksen Instructor, educator, speaker at LinkedIn Learning, helping people master WordPress, the web, and online communication. ...…
 
Nick and Francis share war stories from the horrors of comprehensive school education. The barbarity of shirts versus skins. How bullying taught Nick about self discipline and why no one looks skinny with their shirt off playing basketball.
 
A cozy intimate two-person episode, with just Jeremy... and LeGrande... and YOU. And the news. And the new releases! And our topic of discussion! This week in the news: E3 is coming up! Another departure from Valve. Dota 2 gets a campaign mode, Titanfall is coming to mobile (again), and that Nintendo PlayStation finally gets its (optical drive) ...…
 
In this Gaming Buzz discussion, Jacob, Jason, and special guest Dan discuss the merits of Gaming in the past and gaming in the present. They discuss many of the benefits to playing games on old computers with shareware, downloading games, and the lack of innovation with AAA gaming.
 
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Eyes On Success with hosts Peter and Nancy Torpey
 
1719 Accessible Linux (May 3, 2017) Show Notes Linux is a free alternative operating system for your computer. However, of the many versions of Linux that exist, only Vinux and Sonar GNU have been accessible to the visually impaired out of the box. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with several contributors to these projects about plans to merg ...…
 
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Eyes On Success Radio Show / Podcast
 
1719 Accessible Linux (May 3, 2017) Show Notes Linux is a free alternative operating system for your computer. However, of the many versions of Linux that exist, only Vinux and Sonar GNU have been accessible to the visually impaired out of the box. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with several contributors to these projects about plans to merg ...…
 
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DOS Game Club
 
Hi DOS gamers! Month two of DGC has passed and we had a lot of fun! We are 26 club members now, that’s a gain of 9 new people since the last podcast episode and the forum for Grand Prix Circuit has more posts than the one for DOOM, which, given that GPC is a much smaller and less widely known game seems to point at the fact that we are reaching ...…
 
Cato Institute Vice President for Research Brink Lindsey launched an attack on Ron Paul and Murray Rothbard days ago, and it needs to be answered. Even more fun are my stories about my own treatment at the hands of these delightful people. Here's en episode you may pretend not to want to listen to, but let's face it, you will. Before you say, " ...…
 
We briefly follow up about Stories Untold, jump into The Signal From Tölva, touch on The Sexy Brutale (which we'll revisit) and cap off this episode of the podcast with a chat about Jill of the Jungle and the delights of Shareware gaming.
 
We briefly follow up about Stories Untold, jump into The Signal From Tölva, touch on The Sexy Brutale (which we'll revisit) and cap off this episode of the podcast with a chat about Jill of the Jungle and the delights of Shareware gaming.
 
This is a show about videogames, the people who play them and the people who make them. Each episode, a guest on the show talks about the games that have shaped their life in one way or another. Games that have inspired them, games that forged connections with others & games that have soothed wounds. Checkpoints! My guest today is Harrison G. P ...…
 
In the ultimate episode of Shareware, Brett, Grey and Josh explore the successes and failures of Morality Systems [1:31], opting for one sizable topic over the standard cluster of individual host topics. After the dust settles, we take off in the Paladin for the finale of our Splinter Cell Blacklist Game Club [48:54], followed by a message from ...…
 
Beating Mass Effect Andromeda and Buying Video Games in Installments In this episode: OMG! BIG NEWS! We are incredibly excited to announce that we made a new friend! YAAAAAY! The Geektitude podcast has joined the Geek to Geek podcast network. Geektitude is an interview show, which our network has been looking to include for quite a while. We ju ...…
 
On this special devoted to Endings B, C, and D of NieR, we manage to go on an enormous tangent about styluses or whatever such garbage until we finally get to the real meat of the matter at [8:45]. Now that all has been revealed, it is now time for Brett to explain his personal connection with the game and why he's been fighting for it so stubb ...…
 
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Cloud Engineering – Software Engineering Daily
 
Servers in a data center fail. Sometimes entire data centers have a power outage. Bugs in an application make it into production. Human operators make mistakes and cause data to be deleted. Failure is unavoidable. We make backups and replicate our servers so that when a failure occurs, we can quickly respond to it without making the user feel m ...…
 
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Greatest Hits – Software Engineering Daily
 
Servers in a data center fail. Sometimes entire data centers have a power outage. Bugs in an application make it into production. Human operators make mistakes and cause data to be deleted. Failure is unavoidable. We make backups and replicate our servers so that when a failure occurs, we can quickly respond to it without making the user feel m ...…
 
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Software Engineering Daily
 
Servers in a data center fail. Sometimes entire data centers have a power outage. Bugs in an application make it into production. Human operators make mistakes and cause data to be deleted. Failure is unavoidable. We make backups and replicate our servers so that when a failure occurs, we can quickly respond to it without making the user feel m ...…
 
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Podcast – Software Engineering Daily
 
Servers in a data center fail. Sometimes entire data centers have a power outage. Bugs in an application make it into production. Human operators make mistakes and cause data to be deleted. Failure is unavoidable. We make backups and replicate our servers so that when a failure occurs, we can quickly respond to it without making the user feel m ...…
 
Josh starts this Shareware with inquiry into the implications of the newly out-of-beta GOG Galaxy [00:46]. Brett follows up with a nostalgic touch of Bloodborne [17:00], preceding Greyson’s talk of Total War: Warhammer [36:59]. We then continue our Splinter Cell Blacklist Game Club [57:45], in which the takes have turned. Next week will cover t ...…
 
This week on Shareware, we have ourselves "taking the piss" in many ways both big and small. Brett doesn't have a topic, Josh is sick, and Greyson is perpetually baffled. Despite all this, we manage to have a decent discussion on Complexity vs Simplicity in Game Design [2:20], a treatise on the dual subjects of Orson Scott Card and Morphblade [ ...…
 
An old man sits in the dark, alone, waiting for a hero to arrive. The old man has lived a full life; he has seen things you wouldn't believe, but the world has changed around him, without him. "Were you able to get the files to download? I bought the game but nothing showed up," he says to no one in particular. "I was having a lot of trouble." ...…
 
An old man sits in the dark, alone, waiting for a hero to arrive. The old man has lived a full life; he has seen things you wouldn't believe, but the world has changed around him, without him. "Were you able to get the files to download? I bought the game but nothing showed up," he says to no one in particular. "I was having a lot of trouble." ...…
 
An old man sits in the dark, alone, waiting for a hero to arrive. The old man has lived a full life; he has seen things you wouldn't believe, but the world has changed around him, without him. "Were you able to get the files to download? I bought the game but nothing showed up," he says to no one in particular. "I was having a lot of trouble." ...…
 
Newcomer Emma kicks things off with the claim that Everyone Should Play Animal Crossing [2:02], setting the generally upbeat mood of this Shareware. Jordan follows up with a trip down podcast memory lane via Mirror’s Edge Catalyst [27:01], which leads into Brett’s gushing over The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild [42:53], a game which he cla ...…
 
In episode 8 of the Bally Alley Astrocast, Paul, Michael and I review the 4K Blast Droids cartridge that Esoterica released in 1983. This game was written by Dan Drescher, and J.P. Curran. We also review the BASIC game Haunted House released by New Image in 1981. Paul and I discuss the contents and programs included in the August and September ...…
 
We have an action packed episode of Shareware this week, consisting of a heated (heh) discussion on Games That Have Burned Us [2:26], followed by a relatively short condemnation of Warhammer 40k: Eternal Crusade [28:48], with a dash of Horizon: Zero Dawn [37:26] for taste. Our Game Club of NieR [1:04:38] finally draws to a close (or does it?!) ...…
 
Look, I'm gonna level with you: this Mario thing goes deeper than we thought. We uncovered a cache of classified information in a stack of floppy disks we picked up in an EB at the mall, but now we're hearing time travel's involved too? You'll be airdropped into the Mushroom Kingdom for a BLOPS reconnaissance mission. And hey, there's one more ...…
 
Look, I'm gonna level with you: this Mario thing goes deeper than we thought. We uncovered a cache of classified information in a stack of floppy disks we picked up in an EB at the mall, but now we're hearing time travel's involved too? You'll be airdropped into the Mushroom Kingdom for a BLOPS reconnaissance mission. And hey, there's one more ...…
 
Look, I'm gonna level with you: this Mario thing goes deeper than we thought. We uncovered a cache of classified information in a stack of floppy disks we picked up in an EB at the mall, but now we're hearing time travel's involved too? You'll be airdropped into the Mushroom Kingdom for a BLOPS reconnaissance mission. And hey, there's one more ...…
 
Shareware stays cool and collected this week (well, mostly,) starting with Josh’s roguelite discovery: GoNNER [2:05]. Phillip follows up with some reminiscing on Killer Apps [12:52], and our checkered past with system purchases. Brett brings us back to modernity with Tales of Berseria [29:56], a helping of childishly-edgy comfort food. The NieR ...…
 
This week on Shareware we get a little blast to the past, as Brett regales us with his Tabletop Memories [2:03]. After a nice meaty chunk of that, we segue into a discussion on the Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass [30:49], a move which leaves many of us uneasy. Shortly thereafter we talk about Game Controllers [47:40] of the past, those we lik ...…
 
This is a show about videogames, the people who play them and the people who make them. Each episode, a guest on the show talks about the games that have shaped their life in one way or another. Games that have inspired them, games that forged connections with others & games that have soothed wounds. Checkpoints! My guest today is Michael Broug ...…
 
This week begets the addition of Phillip to the Shareware crew, who starts us off with a discussion on Obscure Game Mechanics [1:29]. Brett follows up with a retrospective on Detention [18:27], the horror adventure game he played through recently on twitch.tv/klapman, and Josh closes out the first half of the show with Solitairica [30:07 ], a P ...…
 
This week on Shareware an old face returns yet again in the form of Brent, who launches almost immediately into a discussion of the fan made mod Antibirth for The Binding of Isaac Rebirth [3:29]. This leads ever so elegantly into Greyson's recent re-entry into the Shadows of Mordor [24:26], filled with the sultry sounds of Orcs screaming RANGER ...…
 
Josh kicks off the week with a rundown of Diablo 3’s temporary event, Darkening of Tristram [1:18], which recreates the events of Diablo 1 in all its pixelated glory. Greyson continues with an inquiry about Eye Opening Games [17:29], followed one particularly testy Brett asking the gang about their Favorite Horror Games [33:17]. We also take a ...…
 
Nick and Trucco share war stories from their playing days and rank the league's top backstops.2:33 1st: News around the league16:32 2nd: College baseball practice starting Jan. 2725:29 3rd: 7th inning fetch36:15 Home: Ranking catchers and first basemen
 
On this episode of Shareware, Brett continues his streak of thought provoking topics with Favorite Game Tweak [2:38], where we discuss our favorite single-player game and one tweak we'd make to it. Soon after, Josh presents us with his perspective on the game Battleblock Theater [23:07], the third game made by Behemoth - of Castle Crashers and ...…
 
Season 18 of Shareware begins with Greyson’s dive into the harsh world of Rainbow Six Siege [2:58]. Then, in a series of twists that leave Brett and Josh vexed, we meander to Josh’s rundown of Nintendo’s Switch Conference [23:07], which proves to be bittersweet (only in part due to Josh confusing Xenogears and Xenosaga.) Brett wraps up the top ...…
 
Ride sharing works differently in Japan. Hailo lost the global market-share war to Uber and Lyft, but Hailo won the battle in Japan. Today, Ryo Umezawa details Hailo’s Japan market entry strategy and explains how they were able to succeed where Uber has failed.While Uber vowed to disrupt transportation by taking on both government and industry, ...…
 
ATTENTION: If you want to participate in the Game Club for February 3rd 2017, you'll have to play through the game "Company of Heroes". It's a fairly long game, but we'll only be spending one episode on it. Be there or, I dunno, don't. I believe in you.This week's episode starts off with a lengthy discussion of Firewatch [4:24], the walking gam ...…
 
“How do we get more media coverage?” This is a question journalists, chase producers and reporters hear all the time. Do you know their journey to find the right source for the stories they put together? Higher education institutions have a wealth of expert sources. Seventy eight percent of media professionals prefer sources from academic and h ...…
 
Initiating with the return of Massive Brett 2 [2:36], Brett crawls out of the shackles of sickness and reasserts his podcast presence. Always alliteration. Greyson has a quick word on Paradox’s DLC Practices [17:30], and Josh asks the other hosts which good games of 2016 they thought were Most Underrated [25:00]. The finale of Season 16 is a la ...…
 
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Unconsoleable
 
These models will impart sage wisdom unto you Jessica and Anna are both played a new train game featuring a woman who explains stuff: a common occurrence in mobile games. Now, women know things, but Anna isn't sure about all these advisory women in mobile games. Why are they there? Is it for the right reasons or the wrong ones? Something we’re ...…
 
This two man episode of Shareware kicks off with the dire revelation that Brett is, once again, sick! He's also typing up these show notes! Turns out if you add exclamation points anything can sound energetic!Josh has some things to say about Sanctuary RPG Black Edition [2:00], which leads as always to Greyson finding a reason to talk about Pon ...…
 
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Puppies and Watermelon
 
In this episode we talk about moving house, the future of music, old shareware games, the things you miss about your childhood and meeting your idols.Things on the internet we think you'd like:- Designer Notes www.idlethumbs.net/designernotes- Matthew Reilly www.matthewreilly.com- Hellfighter www.dracova.com/hellfighterHelp a brother out?- Subs ...…
 
On this episode of Shareware, we have two big firsts - Greyson's first time on the podcast as an actual co-host, and Brett's first time editing the podcast! (See if you can find the hidden secrets in the episode!)As the newbie, Greyson goes first with a reasonably adequate discussion on Party Games [3:30]. After much discussion is had on the me ...…
 
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