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Episode 37: Now with more Meatloaf!

Blogged by speakgeekspeak as Uncategorized — speakgeekspeak Thu 25 May 2006 7:43 pm

Ignore the extra tagline there. I am being a silly boy. Welcome to Episode 37 of Geekspeak, home of the Geek…speak! Today I am lucky enough to be joined once more by my good buddy Bryan Barrientos, as we run the gambit from iTunes to X-Men to Lost and some places in between. This episode was recorded on Thursday, May 25th at the Brooklyn College Radio Studio. Topics discussed include:

  • iTunes no longer lets you downlaod high quality artwork, sites like this are no longer working properly. Bummer!
  • iTunes does let you redownload songs though if your hardrive goes kapoot, which is cool.
  • PS3 WILL let you play used games. Huzzah!
  • IGN gives us their Top 25 X-Men. Do Bryan and I agree? Disagree? Neutral? Beuller? Ferris Beuller?
  • Season Finale Review: Lost. Have they Lost it?
  • The Wind Up: A slight argument on horseracing, and my thoughts on the NHL and NBA Finals.
  • E-Mail: Chris G asks about webcomics! I suggest Questionable Content, Clango, Pop Culture Shock Therapy, and Ornery Boy.

Thanks once again to Bryan for joining me, as it’s always a fun time when he sticks around. As always, you can e-mail me over at speakgeekspeak@gmail.com, and don’t forget to vote over at Podcast Alley! Also if you have not yet done so, make sure to chec out the new site design at the main page, as I feel it is a vast improvement. And the forums are always there for some posting too!

That’s pretty much all I’ve got for you folks this week. So until next week, thanks for listening, and thanks for downloading!


Episode 36: Pop Culture Shock!

Blogged by Ian Levenstein as Uncategorized — Ian Levenstein Sun 21 May 2006 3:26 pm

Well, I manages to squeak an episode out after all! And what an episode it is. I finally got a hold of Doug Bratton of the one panel comedy comic strip, Pop Culture Shock Therapy! We discuss how he first decided to go with the medium of the internet to publish his strip, growing up a town over from Joe Kubert, what may be in the pipeline for the future of Pop Culture Shock Therapy, Doug’s new book which will be premiering at the MoCCA Festival on June 10th and 11th, and a whole lot more. Many thanks to Doug for joining me, as he is a great guy as well as a great interview.

If anyone would like to contact Doug, you can do so over at dbratton@popculturecomics.com, and you can e-mail me at speakgeekspeak@gmail.com. Also, don’t forget about those all important votes over at Podcast Alley!

Thanks a lot for listening, check out Pop Culture Shock Therapy, and thanks as always for downloading!

A Delay on Geekspeak

Blogged by Ian Levenstein as Uncategorized — Ian Levenstein Fri 19 May 2006 1:59 am

Hey folks. I needed a day to myself because it seems like this is the first one I’ve had in a while, so there will be no Geekspeak today. If I have time I might record one tomorrow or Saturday, but if not, you might have to wait til next Thursday. I’ll keep you all posted if I am going to record this week, but since I haven’t missed a week since September, I hope you’ll all understand if I miss one this time around.

Talk to you soon!

Episode 35: Home!

Blogged by Ian Levenstein as Uncategorized — Ian Levenstein Thu 11 May 2006 5:13 pm

Here we go, it’s Episode 35 of Geekspeak! This episode is recorded live from my house, somewhere in the deep depths of Brooklyn, New York, on Wednesday, May 10th, 2006. Topics discussed include:

  • The PS3 has a price, and trust me, it ain’t pretty. They also have a controller. Ripoff much?
  • Duck Hunt for the Wii? Oh hell yes!
  • Apple wins their case with Apple. Huzzah!
  • Sony concedes to AAC, proving once again that Apple eventually wins everything.
  • Snake hits the Wii, in a new Super Smash Bros. SNAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE!
  • Watch out for those used hard drives. They can be a bit messy…IDAHO POWER!
  • Movie Review: Free Enterprise. Et…tu…Brute?
  • The Wind Up: Randy Johnson and Shaq are lame ducks. Have they quacked their last quacks?

I hope you guys enjoy the quality of this episode, as I was actually quite impressed with how this turned out. Expect more episodes to be done from the home as the summer rolls on, but I will be in studio next week probably. As always, you can e-mail me at speakgeekspeak@gmail.com, and don’t forget to vote for Geekspeak over at Podcast Alley. And if you have a chance, check out the new podcast Comic Timing, featuring myself, Tobey Cook, and the incomparable David Price.

Until next week, thanks for downloading!

Episode 34: Alive!

Blogged by Ian Levenstein as Uncategorized — Ian Levenstein Fri 5 May 2006 12:36 am

Hey folks. Episode 34 arrives, courtesy of a very tired Ian. Shownotes will be forthcoming, as I can barely keep the ol’ eyes opened at this particular moment, but here, have a podcast!

You can e-mail me at speakgeekspeak@gmail.com, and don’t forget about those votes over at Podcast Alley. Also, a reminder about the new podcast, Comic Timing. Give it a listen!

Enjoy it folks, and talk to soon, and thanks for downloading!


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