In Episode 16 of Make/Work, host Scott Pinkmountain speaks with composer, performer, and instrument builder Cheryl E. Leonard. Leonard is known for creating compositions using materials she finds in the natural world—things like stones, wood, water, ice, sand, shells, and feathers.
MJ is back from this year's SOE Live, and boy does she have news for us! From sandbox combat to expansions out the wazoo to zombie proms, we've got the best coverage from this recent convention to fill up a great podcast. That isn't to say that there wasn't any other news this week... Show More Summary
We don’t know much about Star Wars Episode VII, but we’re getting a lot of social media love from J.J. Abrams (relatively speaking). The latest comes in the way of some very cool photos, which show the director hanging out with a couple of his new cast members and a third surprise guest. Of course,
It has become common practice. If you are lucky enough to sit across from an actor who has a role in Star Wars: Episode VII, you have to figure out some way to ask them about the sequel. Crass? Maybe. If they are Domhnall Gleeson, they might figure out ways to have fun with it. Show More Summary
In a recent episode of the Code Speak Loop podcast I mentioned two Clojure projects: Liberator, designed to build REST services, and Korma, allowing to talk to relational databases easily. I’ve been working with these libraries lately and it turns out they play quite nice together. In this post and
Dontnod Entertainment's upcoming episodic adventure game, Life is Strange, draws some parallels with The Fullbright Company's indie hit Gone Home. Speaking to Polygon at Gamescom, Life is Strange's creative director Jean-Maxime Moris...Show More Summary
Will this cute little doggie make you forget all about how subscriptions are taking a beating in some of the industry's biggest MMOs? No? Well then how about news of several expansions and updates from this past week? If podcast hosts...Show More Summary
On this week’s episode of Foreign Entanglements, Matt speaks with Amir Tibon about Gaza:
Great conversation w/ @Bourdain & @YeganehSalehi in Darband, Tehran. Looking forward to #partsunknown #iran episode pic.twitter.com/2S3yi5UNZS— Jason Rezaian (@jrezaian) June 10, 2014 In a guest column in the Washington Post, Anthony Bourdain speaks out against the recent imprisonment of WaPo...
Tonight's episode of The Independents (Fox Business Network, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, with re-airs three hours later), will continue our familiar-sounding countdown of the show's 25 Enemies of Freedom. Speaking of which, here's numbersShow More Summary
Disney CEO, Bob Iger saw some of the Star Wars Episode VII footage shot by director J.J. Abrams so far and he is happy about it. Speaking to CNBC’s Closing Bell on Tuesday the executive said he was pleased with what he saw. This is encouraging to loyal fans, who are wondering just how the
Even as two high-profile MMOs launched this week, another two were shuttered. Out of those, Vanguard will be the most missed among fans, an ambitious yet troubled fantasy title that struggled for years. In this episode of Massively Speaking,...Show More Summary
Dragons are great and all, but why can't we be one? The podcasters make a wish on a falling star and then -- poof! -- they find out that they can, indeed, become one of the dragon people. MMOs: Making little boys' and girls' wishes come true since 1981. Show More Summary
Call it televised heartbreak, call it televised slut-shaming, call it whatever you want, but to speak in Chris Harrison-approved superlatives, Monday evening's episode of The Bachelorette provoked more response than any moment on the show ever. And all because the contestants talked what they're not supposed to talk about: the sex stuff. Read more...
In episode #161, Audrow Nash speaks with Russ Angold, co-founder and CTO of Ekso Bionics, about the wearable bionic suit, Ekso. This suit enables individuals with any amount of lower extremity weakness to stand up and walk over ground with a natural, full weight bearing, reciprocal gait. Show More Summary
Things got totally out of control on an episode of Jeopardy this week (or was it a televised drag ball?) when show host Alex Trebek started speaking in tongues usually reserved for drag queens and their admirers. The ancient early-evening game show is usually a pretty tame, safe space for people who don’t necessarily speak in modern […]
The podcasters are heading back to Camelot this week ("it's only a model" "shh!") with a slew of reveals from this upcoming RvR MMO. Bree and Justin will also analyze the recent industry subscriber report to see what it means -- and how accurate it may or may not be. Show More Summary
One of the more interesting tidbits that came out of this year's TCA panels was that The CW's DC shows "Arrow" and "The Flash" will be crossing over with each other during the eighth episode of both shows. Speaking with EW about the crossover, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said they didn't want to wait too long to see both heroes (and their helpers) team up.
Welcome to Punt Brothers, where the only listener is you. In this week's episode, Ryan Nanni and Jon Bois speak with SB Nation NBA editor Mike Prada about Summer League basketball, and speak ill of players who are probably very niceShow More Summary
Beleaguered Travel Channel host Adam Richman, who caused major controversy earlier this month with an expletive-laden social media tirade, speaks out. On an episode of the radio program Sway in the Morning, Richman says: "I said a bunch of...