This week I’m joined by resident geek girl, Vanessa G of Girls-Gone-Geek.com, as she discusses Dragon*Con and her first foray into the world of cosplay.
This week I’m joined by listener favorite, Patrick…as we tackle everything from the Apple Vs. Samsung verdict, my time at Star Wars Celebration VI and the Republican National Convention.
The V-Moda Crossfade LP over-the-ear headphones are the result of an over 4-year effort to provide music enthusiasts with quality sound, unbeatable durability and a style all their own. In this review, I tell you whether they were successful.
The Political Machine 2012 is a turn-based strategy and campaign management game. However, don’t let its whimsical graphics fool you…underneath is a fully-featured political simulation that is both fun...
Anyone familiar with rhythm games such as Guitar Hero or Rock Band, will immediately feel at home playing Magic Piano by Smule. Dana Sciandra reviews both the Android & iOs apps by tickling the ivories on his way to becoming a virtuoso.
Occasionally an app comes along that genuinely fits into your life and fills a void that you never knew you had until it was filled. As a massive music & concert fan, that is where the new Songkick app comes in...and this is my review of it.
This week I am joined by a new voice to the program, Elke, as we discuss Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR) and MMORPG gaming, as we put our full-frontal nerdery on display.
We have a doozy of a show for you this week – 4 hours of “doozyness”, in fact – as we delve into how to create your own podcast and everything that you need to know to get started and have the best chance at creating a successful show.
As if the world needed yet another location and activity check-in app, Path swaggers into the room - with its sexy and attractive UI - and just might be worthy of your attention. Path offers a more private and personalized check-in experience.
Amazon has begun pushing out firmware update 6.2.2 today. From the changes I have seen so far, it includes: a handful of small performance tweaks, bugs fixes and, most notably, adds...
Pocket Casts is a highly intuitive cross-platform (meaning it plays nice with both iOS and Android) podcast catcher that allows you to easily find, subscribe, organize and listen to your favorite podcasts. It's the one I personally use...and you can trust me, I'm a podcaster. ;)
WARNING: This book contains high levels of nerd porn. If you are easily offended by awesome 80's pop-references, video games, classic John Hughes films or are prone to getting nerd boners lasting longer than 6 hours, I highly...
In this 4 part video series, Dana Sciandra walks you through the new Amazon Kindle Fire and discusses its features, specs, performance and his impressions.
I review the biography of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. Before reading this review - and in the interest of "full disclosure" - you should know that prior to reading this book, I was not much of a Steve Jobs fan to begin with, nor do I consider myself to be an...
This week on the podcast, Dana Sciandra reviews the new Kindle Fire by Amazon.