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Review 40: Die Hard

Review is like app or game coverage but for movie series, television shows, comic books, and other geeky entertainment. It's great stuff you can watch and enjoy on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV! On this week's episode — We could talk about men's fashions and industrialization all day, but sadly Christmas must intrude. Show More Summary

The Talk Show: 2014 Year in Review

I was delighted to join John Gruber on The Talk Show this week to discuss everything that happened with Apple in 2014. Special guest Rene Ritchie returns to the show for a special Apple 2014 year-in-review episode. Just a few of theShow More Summary

The TouchArcade Show - 187 - Game of the Year Discussion

With our Game of the Year picks and all the associated best-of stuff under our belt, Jared and I took some time to discuss in detail the rationale behind our picks. While Wayward Souls seems more unanimous amongst our community this year for a GOTY pick, we still figured it'd make sense to dive into

Inside The Indiana Megadairy Making Coca-Cola’s New Milk

Coca-Cola got a lot of attention in November when it announced it was going into the milk business. In fact, its extra-nutritious milk product was invented by some dairy farmers in Indiana.

Will Durst’s 2014 Xmas Gift Wish List

In which our intrepid correspondent gets a rash from rubbing up against more strange bushes. Now read this:Christmas Open (Dec 25, 2014) Santa’s On His Way. Track Him Here (Dec 24, 2014) Camden, MO Cop Shoots And Kills Family’s Golden Retriever (Dec 24, 2014) Winner Of Eggnog Chugging Contest Winds Up In ICU (Dec 24, [...]

Broken Projector: Boxing Day

 This post is in partnership with Cadillac This summer, Cadillac and the Producers Guild of America launched Make Your Mark, a short film competition that challenged producers to create compelling content with limited resources. Contestants...Show More Summary

Freebie Friday #10 (Successfully Running A Freebie Launch)

Freebie Friday continues! If you missed the last few weeks’ editions, then check them out here: Getting Great Testimonials Training People To Be Trained By You Clear, Not Clever Titling Using Transitions To Boost Sales Page Conversion Increasing Click Through Rate On Launch Emails Hand Upsells That Can Boost Your Numbers Advanced Tips for Getting Endorsements […]

D’OH! …Stupid Caricatures!

Last May at the NCS Reuben Awards Weekend in San Diego, Reubens Master of Ceremonies Tom Gammill put together a great video intro featuring a montage of clips from “The Simpsons” that featured gags about cartoons, comics, cartoonists and MAD Magazine. There were a surprising number of them, including a few cartooning luminaries like Cathy […]

'The Interview', Greeted By Sold-Out Shows, May Net Millions This Weekend

22 hours agoNews : The Two-Way

The North-Korea-infuriating comedy received a limited release on Christmas, mostly in independent theaters, after hacker-threatened Sony Pictures first pulled the film then made it available.

The FilmDrunk Frotcast 2014: Only The Best Parts

-Listenontheplayerabove,ordownloadasanmp3here (rightclick,saveas).TheFrotcastisoffthisweekforChristmas,butFEARNOT.Thankstothisyear’sMostValuableListener,Token,wehaveanawesome“Bestof2014?GreatestHitsFrotcasttosharewithallofyou.It’slikeanormalpodcast,butwithevenMOREinsidejokesandLESScontext.

Yet Another Partridge in a Pear Tree - Christmas 2014

Here it is Christmas Day again. You'd think it wouldn't surprise me anymore that it feels like it comes around about a week after last time but it still does – surprise me, that is. Undoubtedly, I will wake up...

Unexpected Life Found In The Ocean's Deepest Trench

yesterdayNews : The Two-Way

An expedition to the Pacific's Mariana Trench has found evidence that life exists miles below the surface. But it's not life as we know it.

My Tenth Annual Christmas Podcast

I wrote this during the amazing Summer and Fall of 1986, when I wrote two books, two screenplays and a slew of short stories and essays in my Hollywood office on Kingswell, in what turned out to be Walt Disney's original studio. In 2005 we produced it for KOPT-AM radio in Eugene. Continue reading ?

My Tenth Annual Christmas Podcast

I wrote this during the amazing Summer and Fall of 1986, when I wrote two books, two screenplays and a slew of short stories and essays in my Hollywood office on Kingswell, in what turned out to be Walt Disney's original studio. There, he produced silent "Alice in Cartoonland" one- and two-reelers. The post My Tenth Annual Christmas Podcast appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

We're Moving, CPU Videos, Merry Christmas!

TLDR Live videos to be published to the Geek Lifestyles channel Christmas Week! Become a Patron for Bonuses ASAP: My Latest Deals for You: More Cool Discoveries: My...Show More Summary

Episode 593: Who Had The First Job?

People have always worked. But the thing we think of today as a job — is actually a recent invention. On today's show, we go in search of the very first modern job.

Hear Serenity Caldwell talk Macworld, iMore, and... roller derby!

A couple of weeks ago our own Serenity Caldwell sat down with Myke Hurley on the Inquisitive podcast to chat about her time at Macworld, her new gig here at iMore, and her high impact past-time, roller derby. There's a ton of behind-the-scenes...Show More Summary

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