The best and the worst of 2012! Nerd-queen Lisa Jenkins from The Nerd Out podcast joins Jerilyn to look back at the year that was in a movie, tv and book kind of way. ‘Cabin In the Woods’, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’, ‘The Avengers’, ‘The Bourne Legacy’ are some of the highlights we look back on as…
Whoa, whoa! Check out the big brains on Jim and A.Ron! We do the damn thing on technological singularities, the e-novella Metamorphosis of Prime Intellect, discuss the Little Big Planet 2 demo, touch ever so lightly on minecraft, declare total victory over Unwarranted Self Importants, and do some listener feedback. There’s some hot pillow biting action too. Something for everyone! Oh, and Amish Friendship Bread is a real thing. And terrifying.
This week’s show, which drops Wednesday, will feature us discussing the concepts of a technological singularity, structured around a review/debate/discussion of the e-novel, Metamorphosis of Prime Intellect, which can be read in it’s entirety online. Please heed the warnings on site and below about the contents of this book. We talk about the subject in the cast proper for about 25 minutes, and will release another 40 minutes or so of the discussion as bonus content, where we really get in depth and philosophical. It’s different from our normal stuff, not as funny, per se, but very geeky and we hope interesting to you guys and gals.
It’s a mixed bag this week as the guys lounge with drinks to discuss Predators, Karate Kid, Codex Alera, Star Trek and Video Games. Hold on to ya butts cause it’s a wild ride.
This week on Blue Yonder, the guys lounge on the deck of the BaldMove.com studios as they sip a fine, aged scotch, puff cigars and test the limits of shoddy audio quality podcasting. Ah yes, and they also speak of Crossovers. Movies to book, games to movies, books to morse code, and movies to sandwhiches, it’s all up for discussion. Also making a return this week is Would You Rather?
Whether it’s RTS, fantasy or anime, every geek is immune to the charms of some band of the geek spectrum. Jim, Peter and A. Ron confront their biases and try to figure out why they exist in episode 12 of Blue Yonder.