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A tech podcast we accidentally created while trying to do a car show.Featuring Marco Arment, Casey Liss, and John Siracusa.
Daniel Jalkut, Ryan Nielsen, and John Siracusa join Guy and Rene to talk about OS X Mavericks and the future of the Mac, starting with free updates and file systems. (Part 1 of 2.)
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Podcast (video): Play in new window | Download | Embed Today’s Guest: Former “Don & Mike Show” radio newsman Buzz Burbank.Mr….
In his new book, Letters to a Young Scientist, biologist and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Edward O. Wilson aims to inspire a new generation of scientists. Among his observations and advice: Geniuses don’t make the best scientists, and don’t worry if you aren’t good at math.
Episode #107 – Ghost Rider: Spirit of VengeanceNicholas Cage in a superhero sequel, directed by the Crank guys? At the risk of being predictable, how could we not? Meanwhile, Elliott gives us his best Popeye, Stuart gives an ode to action hero sassiness, and Dan just needs to get his life together, guys.
0:00 – 0:36 – Introduction and theme.
0:37 – 33:57 – It’s not much of a Ghost Rider movie, but at least it has spirit.
33:58 – 38:55 – A recap supercut, followed by Final judgments
38:56 – 53:35 – Flop House Movie Mailbag
53:36 – 1:00:35 – The sad bastards recommend.
1:00:36 – 1:02:21 – Goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.
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Tags: comics, Dan McCoy, Elliott Kalan, Ghost Rider, Nic Cage, Stuart Wellington
August 5th, 2012
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Research suggests the timing of an applicant’s interview, whether it’s for a job or admittance to a school, may determine the outcome of that interview. A new study shows that interviewers who have seen a string of strong candidates are more likely to view the next applicant negatively.
Few crimes have disappeared as dramatically as pickpocketing. These days, law enforcement officials don’t even track statistics on pickpockets. What happened to it?
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