Virtually Speaking

Virtually Speaking

Published by: Jay Ackroyd
300 Episodes | First Released: Apr 18 '14
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Buddy_McCue
Jun 1 '15
Rating:   8
I never miss an episode.

I listen to it while driving to work on Monday morning. As others have noted, the production value isn’t great, but the content is well worth the small amount of patience required.

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Drshow.org
May 23 '14
Rating:   6
Great Content, Atrocious Audio

I generally enjoy the podcast; most of the discussions are interesting and enlightening. But the audio...it sounds like they record everything to a .wav file using a microphone wrapped in a paper bag.

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eanetdude
Dec 31 '13
Rating:   6
Great Guests; Amateur Audio & Host

Fantastic discussions between the hard-hitting and unapologetic guests (especially Cliff Schecter, Digby, and Gotta Laff). But the audio quality is lackluster and the host seems unsure of himself. A good alternative to the right-wing apologist and corporatist Sunday news shows. I just wish these guys had more money to invest in their infrastructure.

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City Hobgoblin
Dec 16 '13
Rating:   6
Bad audio and tedious conversation

I agree with a lot of what these people have to say, but the show is not terribly easy to listen to. The audio quality is pretty terrible, and that makes it a bit difficult to listen. The few shows that I have listened to (except the one with Cliff Schecter) were pretty boring.

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Way of Cats
Jun 2 '13
Rating:   10
As big as the world, but more organized.

Cutting edge guests and lively discussions on all kinds of topics. A favorite!

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EnvisioningWhirrledPeas
Mar 5 '12
Rating:   10
Love it

Good discussions

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Geoff DeWan
Feb 26 '11
Rating:   10
For those of us who "pay attention", this podcast is required listening

The breadth and depth of guests and regulars pretty much defines the outlines of the left blogosphere. Technically it can be fairly rough and ready, audio dropouts and such but the content is rich and the ambience of the shared search is palpable. Even when the topic is less than optimistic, the approach is always uplifting, thoughtprovoking.This show is the voiceover for the reality based community.

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