Universal Geek Podcast 108 | Bourbon Bacon Buddha Balls

April 1, 2013

Happy Easter April Fool’s Day! Blasphemy ahoy in the start of this episode so be warned. Universal Geek loves its tasty, tasty blasphemy!

First up we talk about Kickstarter, again. Reddit.com did a rundown on the 9-year-old who wants to learn how to program and her millionaire mother who has done a few other Kickstarters with weak premises. We praised it last week and this week, not so much. As always, Universal Geek is not the place to get Kickstarter investment advice. Heck, we were already to pay for Cobra Commander’s new Headquarter.

Prepare for a lot of NASA awesomeness in this episode as well because space if awesome and we need to get off this stinking rock! Stick out the entire episode for an installment of Episode 57!

RPG Kickstarter – Fact Fiction or Scam

Comic – If Tech Companies Made Easter Candy (b)

Another Easter comic: Easter Explained (j)

Jesus was a lich


From LeVar Burton To You, Here’s Who Won The Google Glass Contest (b)
Google Glass Will Be Made in the USA by Foxconn


UPDATE: municipal code of Washington D.C. – free for all, liberated without permission. (j)

Google plays nice with patents, or, Why Google are the good guys (j)

Google Cesar Chavez doodle on Easter ignites furor (b)

BitCoin surpasses 20 national currencies in value

What is bitcoin
“When Bitcoin currency is converted from currency into cash, that interface has to remain under some regulatory safeguards. I think the fact that within the Bitcoin universe an algorithm replaces the functions of [the government] … is actually pretty cool.” – Al Gore March 2013


April Fool’s has already begun: After 8 years, YouTube is finally shutting down (b)


NASA Showing Trailer Before Star Trek

NASA Wants to Capture an Asteroid

Mars gigapixel panorama from Curiosity (j)

Kerbal Space Program, game in development (j)

Scientists develop biological transistor that can command living cells (b)

19-Year-Old Develops Technology to Rid World’s Oceans of Plastic (b)

World’s top supercomputer from ‘09 is now obsolete, will be dismantled (b)


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