332 - Grandpa’s Bricked Again

Episode 332 May 12, 2022 00:33:55
332 - Grandpa’s Bricked Again
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332 - Grandpa’s Bricked Again
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Live from New York, it’s Wednesday Morning (for John at least)! This week John talks his recent work in continuing to share the way of accessibility throughout the development world, one city at a time. Scotty talks the death of the iPod and reminisces back on the innovation that it was, and the progression of devices that have come since.

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