How It All Began
One day, a couple of us were talking about our favorite radio programs and podcasts and why we like them. We realized that we're really drawn to the ones that make us laugh (do we listen to Car Talk for advice on cars? We do not). And we realized that we're lucky enough to have a group of friends who make us laugh like that. So we thought, We should talk with those guys more often. And maybe, we thought, other people would enjoy those conversations as much as we do. So we turned them into a podcast.
Come Join Us!
Feel free to download the episodes below either directly or through the iTunes store, or if you'd just like a few samples/promos, check out our MySpace page.
Sat, 18 November 2006
A punishment befitting the crime ... new distribution ... do they still say ''mainframe''? ... Cray blinking lights ... the Enigma machine ... so why is it we need to sleep, anyway? ... the needless waste of time it always should have been ... messed up circadian rhythms ... chewing gum and editing podcasts ... (not so) blacked-out pdfs ... metadata in photos ... open-source crime enforcement, or, 10,000 Slashdotters on your ass ... new iPod shuffle clip ... can advertising make you do what you don't already want to do? ... where's the preexisting need for walkmans? ... banana boy ... the shark-on-my-leg need ... an iPod - what do we do with it? ... The Beekeeper's Apprentice ... The Fencing Master ... Patrick O'Brian ... virtue ... topics for next week