On this episode of the Stimulated Boredom podcast, we discuss and review Star Wars: The Force Awakens! We talk about our impressions of the film, and engage in rampant speculation.
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by my friend, Peter, as we wax poetic on recent geek culture and recap all of the nerdy things that has excited us over the last few months.
Vanessa Gabriel of Girls Gone Geek returns for a four-peat appearance on the show, as we discuss the ins-and-outs of creating your own successful blog, podcast and original content.
Some of you may have noticed a few major changes to the website recently. In this brief update, I introduce some of the changes that were made.
Resident comic book experts, Vanessa Gabriel and Erika Peterman of Girls-Gone-Geek.com, join Dana Sciandra as they discuss and review the new, “Man of Steel” movie, including Henry Cavill’s bare chested Kryptonian nipples.
Vanessa Gabriel of Girls Gone Geek regales us with her latest adventure in cosplay, the thrill of meeting Gail Simone, and a discussion about the challenges that content creators face.
The State of the Union address, awkward drinks of water and a review of Dave Grohl’s, “Sound City.”
Discussion of the best ways to increase your social network, influence and footprint.
Stimulated Boredom is moving to Washington DC! In this brief update, Dana Sciandra announces some exciting news and how it will affect the podcast over the course of the next few weeks.
The election is over, President Obama has won a second term and it’s time for a little post-election analysis; including what the next four years may look like and the impending fiscal cliff.
A different President Obama showed up to the 2nd debate and Mitt Romney gives birth to another meme. Patrick joins me as we discuss confusing polls, the best moments of the debate and other politicking.
As we head into the final days of the election, I respond to listener questions relating to exactly what the Electoral College is, its history and how it works, what makes a “battleground state” and a wrap-up of the week in election news.
Coming on the heels of a strong and unexpected Romney performance in last week’s first debate against the President, additional pressure was on Vice President Joe Biden to deliver a performance that will either slow down or completely stop Romney’s recent momentum. Did he succeed?
The first Presidential Debate has come and gone, and it’s time for a little ‘post-game’ wrap-up relating to the candidates’ performance, whether there will be any change in the polls and some fact-checking.
The iPhone 5 is released with a new shade of lipstick and Mitt Romney thinks 47% of the country (which includes Grandma and active military personnel) are a bunch of freeloading bums and doesn't want their vote.