Three guys that work normal day jobs, and have a talk, when we leave work for the day. Therefore, we decided to call it OffTheClockTalk! We leave no subject untouched. We will be having serious, in-depth conversations, with a comedic twist to keep it light, about politics, conspiracies, religion, movies, music, sports, local news to us, life, and well... anything, and everything we can possibly come up with. Also, be sure to check out our website at offtheclocktalk.com. We are in the process of creating this site to post blogs, pictures, videos, important links to popular stories, and allow us to communicate better with anyone who wants to contact us.
Discussion of all things guitar. Guitar related news, gear and album reviews, etc...
Articles, news and opinion to help inform the LNG and gas industry, from an Australian perspective.<br> • Forecasting how the global industry might evolve.<br> • Surviving and thriving as a supplier to the industry.<br> • Deciphering the news about oil, gas and LNG.<br> • Exploring innovations, developments and business models.<br> <br>The global LNG industry is evolving rapidly as demand for gas grows in Asia, and new supplies enter the market from Australia, the US, Canada and East Africa. Gas is occasionally used as a geopolitical weapon in Europe. The industry shows high levels of price volatility, and is susceptible to technology disruption. This podcast will explore contemporary topics in the gas industry with a goal to interpret news stories, analyze markets and provide insights to market participants.
A weekly news and pop culture podcast
Sonic Stream Archives
No ewoks were harmed in the making of these podcasts. (We think.)
Hardcore Underground as a brand was born in 2006 when we released our first compilation CD in the UK & Ireland. Six further critically acclaimed albums have followed and have featured some of Hardcore's finest DJ's, showcasing exciting high quality music from new and established artists alike. In 2009 HU became a record label in its own right, with both the third and fourth album finding their way into stores on the new imprint. We also began releasing 12" and digital releases of some of our core artist's material. In 2010 this has continued with the emphasis shifting more towards working in the digital domain. Hardcore Underground has a policy of releasing high quality music irrespective of current popularity trends, so you will find that breakbeat and freeform based Hardcore is as much a part of the labels makeup as the more 'commercial' releases.
Where God and Life Collide
Articles, Tips, Tricks and any other usfull information about moving.
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