This week I’m on the Podcast Engineering School show! I talk with Chris about my gear and journey and all the fun stuff that got me where I am and the like. I meant to spruce up my website some before it came out but you know how those things go…
Here’s a photo of my road rig in the Pelican case that didn’t make it into the show notes.
On this week’s show, Jason DeFillippo and Victor Agreda Jr. join us to judge & score the outrage at Gwyneth Paltrow’s SNAP challenge, ESPN’s Britt McHenry berating of a towing company, Michael Buble’s “nice butt” photo on Instagram, Hillary Clinton’s campaign logo, a Texas veterinarian arrowing a cat, Netflix’s lack of audio descriptions for the visually impaired, Woolworth’s ANZAC tribute, and play a game of “Worse Than Hitler”.
On this week’s show, Jason DeFillippo and Alex Knight join us to judge & score the outrage at the Oscars, Lenovo’s preloaded adware on laptops, Jessica Williams declining the Daily Show host chair, Rudy Giuliani claiming the president doesn’t love America, strip-searching students, offensive Black History Month menus, and play a game of “Worse Than Hitler”.
Last week I was on the Podcasters Roundtable talking about new gear and toys in podcasting. Check out the show page to watch the video version and get the show notes. Or you can listen to the audio in the player below.
On this week’s show, Victor Agreda Jr. and Jason DeFillippo join us to judge & score the outrage at the Charlie Hebdo shooting, selfie sticks at CES, a Celebrity Apprentice firing over Bill Cosby, Marriott blocking wifi hotspots, anti-vaxxers embracing the Amish, the Starbucks Flat White, the return of foie gras in California, and play a game of “Worse Than Hitler”.
On this week’s show, Kelly Guimont and Jason DeFillippo join us to judge & score the outrage at the Xbox Live & PlayStation Network outage over the holidays, Facebook’s ‘Year In Review’, Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s tweets on Christmas, the FCC rejecting “redskins” as hate speech, manspreading, a disk jockey’s on-air rimjob, and play a game of “Worse Than Hitler”.
In this week’s meeting, Jason DeFillippo of Grumpy Old Geeks shares his experience riding the train cross-country, how we expect too much when traveling with electronics, that people in urban centers are spoiled by their broadband access versus those living in rural America, and how our plight to make the world bigger through technology hinders those who have chosen a more simpler life.
In addition, we discuss how the prime impetus of taking a photo now has changed from saving to sharing, why technophiles prefer novelty over usefulness and open options over defined steps, how we’re often stuck in “there’s got to be a better way” mode, and whether or not there’s a limit to the amount of technology one person can absorb.
It concludes with Jason completing step ten by admitting his content creation is purely a narcissistic endeavor and like everyone else, is looking for his fifteen minutes of fame.