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‘Orson Welles of the Genre’

Also speaking of podcasts, Horace Dediu, Jason Snell, and yours truly were the guests on the latest episode of Moisés Chiullan’s Electric Shadow, talking about Apple and their use of cinema and cinematic techniques. ?

Punt Brothers podcast: The NFL is an ethically clueless baby robot dog

It's been yet another Worst Week Ever in the NFL. Jane Coaston joins Ryan Nanni and Jon Bois on this episode of Punt Brothers to speak on why this league is how it is, and whether it was this way all along (it was). This episode of Punt Brothers is going to be rather different. Show More Summary

Hardline 29: Destiny's lukewarm reception, first taste of Smash Bros., and the world is a vampire

Hardline is back! For this week's episode, Max filled in to speak with me and Bill about Destiny and how the game fails to live up to Bungie's pedigree in some areas. Super Smash Bros., on the other hand, is just plain great, even if...Show More Summary

'Teen Mom 2' Season 5, episode 23: Selfies speak louder than words

It all started with a selfie. That's how it usually starts. This time around on "Teen Mom 2," it started with Taylor taking a selfie with Aubree and posting it on Instagram. Of course, as soon as Chelsea saw that, there was no way drama...Show More Summary

Confession

Speaking for men who are drawn to violence, Ed Harkness writes compellingly on "why we love the vein of coal /inside us" in this recollection of a harrowing bullying episode. The post Confession appeared first on The Good Men Projec...

Massively Speaking Episode 313: ArcheRivals

With several major launches and releases this past week, MMO gamers have been drowning in so much good stuff. As such, we brought Jef on the podcast today as our designated lifeguard who is certified in digital CPR. Join the crew today...Show More Summary

RECAP: The Strain Season 1 Episode 10, "The Loved Ones"

The Strain Season 1 Episode 10, ‘The Loved Ones’ This episode was a grabber, wasn’t it? Felt like it just barfed some weird snaky bloodsucking appendage at my throat and just held on. You know, metaphorically speaking. But hey, while...Show More Summary

An EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK at Episode #1 of Off the Cushion with Danny Fisher — Featuring Our Guest Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

Take a look at this EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK at Off the Cushion with Danny Fisher‘s premiere episode, which debuts this Sunday, September 14th here at dannyfisher.org! We’ll be speaking with the mighty Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi about his life and practice, socially-engaged Buddhism, the mindfulness movement, his much-discussed article in the recent issue of Inquiring Mind, and…

Paul George is the latest athlete to fall victim to his own tweeting

“Tis better to be silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.” It’s time for our latest episode of I Can’t Believe You Just Tweeted That!  Paul George, come on down!  You have something you really need to get off...Show More Summary

Massively Speaking Episode 312: Sailing into the sunrise

No time for small fry; this week's podcast is all about the huge news stories that have been slamming into the MMO world as of late. From conventions to betas, from layoffs to merges, we've got snarky opinions and wise fortune cookie...Show More Summary

Massively Speaking Episode 311: Interior decorating

Rid yourself of gender-baised notions, for boys love interior decorating too! This week, Eliot and Justin share tips on couch placement, pleasing contrasts between wall trim and carpet colors, and where to put mutated eyeballs so that they're not always freaking out the guests. Show More Summary

'The Leftovers' Episode 9 Recap: Looking Back, Maybe It Wasn't So Great

After eight episodes of total silence, it's surreal to watch Laurie Garvey wear another color besides white, put down the cigarette and speak for the very first time this season in a pre-Rapture flashback. We learn so many things about...Show More Summary

‘The Leftovers’ recap, Episode 9: ‘The Garveys at Their Best’

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Laurie speaks! Well, in a flashback. Producer Damon Lindelof finally put his “Lost” prowess to good use and let “The Leftovers” go back in time three years to see exactly what happened leading up to the dreaded day, Oct. 14, when two percent of the world’s population disappeared without explanation. As a result, we finally […]

Make/Work Episode 16: Cheryl Leonard

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.

Massively Speaking Episode 310: SOE Live 2014

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

‘Star Wars Episode VII’: New Cast Members Hang Out With J.J. Abrams

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,

Are Star Wars Actors Really Coached On How To Speak To The Media?

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

Combining Liberator and Korma to Build a Web-Service in Clojure

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

Remember Me creator's next game looks like Gone Home with time travel

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

Massively Speaking Episode 309: Expantastic

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

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