'Tis the Season! In this video, I explain the physics behind Santa's ability to deliver presents around the world in one night. So, gather the kids around as Uncle Dana tells you a story!
The first "Geek Lunch" episode was so positively received by Stimulated Boredom listeners – I wanted to share the next episode featuring the ladies of "Girls Gone Geek."
Dana Sciandra gives his first impressions, initial review, opinion and a full breakdown of everything that you need to know about the new Kindle Fire.
This week, I am joined by listener-favorite Vanessa G of Girls-Gone-Geek.com, as we discuss all things Dragon*Con and take an entertaining, informative & insightful romp through geek culture, comic books, cosplay and her experience at the Atlanta conference.
A decade after the September 11th attacks, I reflect on where I was when I heard the news and how our country has changed (for better or for worse) in the ensuing 10 years.
My first impressions of the award-winning Spotify music service that's taken Europe by storm has now come to U.S. shores. Millions of tracks ready to play instantly, on your computer and your phone...
Always nice when the show receives a little love. Recently SB became available on Stitcher, a popular app that allows you to listen to your favorite podcasts on-demand & on-the-go. Shortly after being added, it trended as "HOT."
This week I take some time to discuss the history of the Space Shuttle program; from its beginnings in the late 60′s, up to its conclusion in 2011.
In this special mid-week show, I am sharing the first ever "Geek Lunch" podcast with the talented ladies at Girls-Gone-Geek.com, as they discus comic books and geek culture.
In this special mid-week show, I wanted to provide some much deserved exposure to the first-ever podcast from the talented ladies at Girls-Gone-Geek.com. Listeners of Stimulated Boredom are undoubtedly familiar with the...
We as a species seem to have a perverse obsession with our own demise. We just went through the latest bout of speculation and apocolyptic frenzy, and I am assuming that if you are reading...
I am often asked by new listeners of the program about my personal politics. In this piece, I explain where I stand in the political spectrum and how I came to find myself there.
The works of Adam Smith touch upon various topics, and his magnum opi The Wealth of Nations and The Theory of Moral Sentiments, are important works in the realms of politics/commerce...
Stumbled across this musical remix of "The King's Speech" and found it humorous enough to share. The best parts are near the end. "Willy, shit and fuck...and tits"
Bite-sized snippets of opinion, commentary, humor, news & everything else in-between. Whether a brief comment on the news of the day, a humorous video, interesting articles or random thoughts...Boredom Bites dishes it out in appetizer sized portions!