Wednesday , May 24 2017

Ausdroid Podcast 024 – If Only Skype Was As Good As Chrome – 08/02/2012

Hello fellow Ausdroidians and welcome to the 24th episode of the Ausdroid Podcast. This week is definitely a ride of a lifetime, we had drop outs, we had craziness, sprinkled with a dash of Moose Knuckle, we had it all. The first fifteen minutes is just a mad house, but that’s really what it’s all about. Seriously though, we did have some issues and I’ve left them all in to really give you a taste of the rawness you come to experience from listening to the podcast live. Anyways, sit back, hold on and enjoy the craziness that is the Ausdroid Podcast.

Hosts: Lucas Burnett, Buzz Moody, Geoff Fieldew and Scott Plowman

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5 Comments on "Ausdroid Podcast 024 – If Only Skype Was As Good As Chrome – 08/02/2012"

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GrahamB
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GrahamB

Am I missing something here? If you guys are having so many problems with Skype, why not use one of the many other options out there, like Teamspeak, or my favourite, the open source Mumble.

Lucas Burnett
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yep its true, i’m going to try and have it done like this all the time

TassieKay
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TassieKay

yep

Tyson
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Tyson

Wait, what? Did you just serously post a podcast that was recorded yesterday? Is this fake? I am accustomed to waitng at least 2 or 3 months for a podcast to be posted!  🙂

Level380
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Level380

I don’t believe it either!!

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