Randall Bennett, co-creator of The 404 and now the host of TechVi joins us on today's show to talk about his journey around the world, a few of his new projects, and how he's saving the world one post office box at a time.
Randall Bennett, co-creator of The 404 and now the host of TechVi, joins us on today's show to talk about his journey around the globe, a few of his new projects, and how he's saving the world one post office box at a time.
Learning how science and the world work is rarely is as much fun as in this book from Randall Munroe, the creator of the XKCD comic. It's good for kids and adults.
OMG, WTF, LMAO, and a million other Internet expletives for our new leader, Mr. Barack Obama. Even Jeff, The Lone Hater, can't seem to contain his excitement over the election results.
On today's show: Randall Bennett, former host of The 404, makes a guest appearance on the show to announce his newest business venture.
'Iron Man' takes the box office, 'Indiana Jones' looks nice, 'Speed Racer' won't be good (we promise), and Amy Winehouse pulls out of a James Bond movie.
Calls from the public day goes swimmingly, China is running out of coal, GTA IV looks awesome (and a perfect thing to spend your tax rebate on) plus Jimmy Fallon could be replacing Conan... but how good of a host will he make? Also, if you're in the New Y
Wesley Faulkner from AMD joins us on the show to talk about AMD Live, how masturbation prevents cancer, and why nobody buys music any more. All that and more on everyone's favorite irrelevant podcast.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says the combined broadband service and media company will come out of the gate with bundled deals for consumers.
Today, we rant about how J.R.R Tolkien's estate took home a whopping $62,000 from the Lord of the Rings trilogy. $62,000--that's like your dad's salary for a movie trilogy that grossed over $8 billion worldwide. Plus, we talk Fight Club reborn on Broadway