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The Amazing App for Dark Angels and Pretty Freaks: It’s Freakishly Angelic!

Download the Dark Angels and Pretty Freaks App

Are you fed up with other podcasts clogging your feed? Tired of the endless scrolling in order to get to the latest episode of Dark Angels and Pretty Freaks?

Agent Palmer here for the DAPF App, powered by the device you can’t leave home without for the podcast you can’t live without.

When your standard podcast listening app of choice just isn’t keeping you up to date with the freshest in DAPFpod, this App has you covered.

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The Reigning Lunatic: A Flattering Review for the Medieval Miniseries from the Kingdom of Welchmania

The Reigning Lunatic Podcast

On August 26th, 2015 “The Lunacy Beginneth” when The Reigning Lunatic: A Medieval Miniseries was heralded into the world of podcasting and the internet at large with Royal Episode The First: Goblets.

And while that was a good time to get introduced to the show, some of us waited for April 14, 2016 when the final episode, Royal Episode the Nine: Visit the Smithy, dropped in order to binge the entire miniseries.

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Declassifying the Internet

Declassifying the Internet

Agent Palmer presents: ‘Declassifying the Internet’

Let me start by saying that I am by no means an expert. In fact, when it comes to the Internet, I’m not sure there are any “experts.”

But I do have a sound grasp of knowledge surrounding the concepts and tools available through the world wide web. With that knowledge, I would like to introduce you to my “Declassifying the Internet” series.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Clammr

Clammr App Tips from Agent Palmer

“The human species has been around for 200,000 years and we’ve been coding our communication in text for less than 3% of that time. I think speaking and listening is a really natural mode of interacting with people.” – Parviz Parvizi

Recently, I was invited to co-host The Diamond Dave Show with David Maier as a special co-host along with Matt from Reasons Are Several to interview Parviz, one of the brilliant minds behind Clammr.

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