Martian Tech, Movie Theater Security, OnHub, Alphabet, New Art – Episode 229

Universal Geek Podcast Episode 229

You are never weird on the Internet even when your Internet is a piece of … oh, hi, yeah, feel the rage, I mean the warmth as we talk about NASA technology used in The Martian, movie theater security (is that a gun in your pocket or are you just sneaking in a box of […]

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Review: Felicia Day’s You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)

Review: Felicia Day's You're Never Weird on the Internet

In episode 228 “Another Soul Sucking Corporation”, Bleu mentioned loving Felicia Day’s new memoir, “You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)” and how I should get the Audible version. I had just purchased a copy from the Google Play store with the intention of actually reading words for awhile since I’ve been consuming so much […]

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Universal Geek Podcast 228: Another Soul Sucking Corporation

Universal Geek Podcast 228

Has it really been a week since we last talked? It has and it feels like it has been much longer. This week we have stories about Facebook, Amazon, Disney, Star Wars, Minas Tirith, Orcs assaulting Minas Tirith, and a book by Felicia Day! Strap on your best blaster and set your destination for adventure! […]

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Universal Geek Podcast 227: It Doesn’t Go to Eleven

Universal Geek Podcast 227

We are in the Geek Days of Summer. All the big cons have come, gone, or are on the near horizon and here in Chicago, we are loving the treasure trove of geek entertainment coming our way. Check out this week’s podcast and learn about the hackery that could affect your car, why William Shatner […]

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Universal Geek Podcast 226: Teenage Male Fantasy

Universal Geek Podcast 226

Oh, hey there, we are just getting things organized for today’s session. As you may have noticed, there wasn’t an episode last week.  I have no excuse. I just didn’t record one. It is summer and I was hot and Bleu and Jeff had other stuff to do and I just kind of said, “I’d […]

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