DM54 – Credit Building Subscription Vacuums!

Damashe And Michael, Just Talking Tech


We’re back, and before we get into it, let us apologize for the audio quality. We could have delayed our recording, but we decided that the show must go on.
We start off with an unplanned discussion about installing Reaper, the excellent DAW, and some of the issues now being experienced. It seems that some Mac users are having issues installing Osara, the Reaper script add-on that makes the interface accessible to screen reader users.

Then we get into a discussion about different ways to build and keep track of your personal credit scores. We mention several services and some apps that we have or are actively using. The basic take away here is that we believe it smart to use credit monitoring service to keep up with what is happening, and if your score isn’t perfect, there’s room to improve.

Subscriptions, subscriptions, subscriptions… The fatigue has definitely set in for both of us. We discuss the subscriptions we consider essential to us. We also chat a bit about the subscriptions we most likely will be getting rid of, and some that we have already removed.
We want to hear from you, which subscriptions are essential for you, and what have you cancelled?

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