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  1. Episode 75: The Don Cheadle of Creepy Tunnels « Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff

    Episode 75: The Don Cheadle of Creepy Tunnels

    February 7th, 2014 | Robin

    A curious case study, in which a regrettable glacier incident leads listener Joe Tyne to a Call of Cthulhu stumbling block, warrants treatment from the experts in Ask Ken and Robin.

    At the request of listener Benjamin Blattberg, we essay a hidden gems segment of the Cinema Hut.

    In Among My Many Hats, Ken quizzes Robin on his latest creation, The Gaean Reach: The Roleplaying Game of Interstellar Vengeance. Death to Quandos Vorn!

    Finally, with a nod of the chrono-helmet to Kevin Kulp’s TimeWatch RPG Kickstarter, Ken’s Time Machine unscrambles the Ossian hoax to, somewhat reluctantly, restore the literary reputation of 18th century poet and Scottish revivalist James McPherson.

    Once again Fenix Magazine occupies the coveted anchor sponsor slot. After ten years delighting the Swedish gaming scene, they’re now bringing the Best of Fenix to English-language GMs and players with their now-active Indiegogo campaign.


    Our next sponsor, Sand and Steam Productions, is now well into its Kickstarter for their Fate-powered mythic Norse RPG, War of Metal and Bone.


    Also aboard the sponsor train is Atlas Games, who in a dappled fairyland warehouse discovered the need to liquidate still perfectly fabulous copies of Once Upon Time 2nd Edition, as the 3rd Edition glimmers on the horizon. Take advantage of this special deal for Ken and Robin listeners!


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    Tags: Among my many hats, Ask Ken and Robin, Cinema hut, Ken’s Time Machine

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  2. Ask Me Anything Mondays: Family Pressure

    Website of author and historian, Steven Pressfield.


    —Huffduffed by chasereeves 3 months ago

  3. Family Finance Lessons: John Roderick | Marketplace.org

    John Roderick is the leader of the Long Winters.

    Hear how his experience growing up has shaped his business—-as a musician and a bandleader.


    —Huffduffed by jtth 3 months ago

  4. TeacherCast University Podcast #1 “Podcasting in the Classroom” | TeacherCast Podcast

    Welcome to TeacherCast University, a new show from the TeacherCast Podcast Network. TeacherCast University is a podcast where educators can learn how to use technology in their classrooms.


    —Huffduffed by lars3eb one year ago

  5. STEWART LEE - Officially the 41st Best Stand Up Ever.::WWW.STEWARTLEE.CO.UK::.

    Official website of Stewart Lee, standup comedian.


    —Huffduffed by theantmustdance one year ago

  6. STEWART LEE - Officially the 41st Best Stand Up Ever.::WWW.STEWARTLEE.CO.UK::.

    Official website of Stewart Lee, standup comedian.


    —Huffduffed by theantmustdance one year ago

  7. The New New: Apple Gadgets, Repurposed Smartphones, and the Best Cable Ever

    This week on Ask Lifehacker we’re talking about the new iPad and Apple TV, Google’s rebranding, a creative new Android keyboard, and an awesome iPhone camera app. We’ll also be showing off an incredible charging cable and answering questions from you.


    —Huffduffed by andtrz 2 years ago

  8. Ask a Canadian Episode 014

    This week, we ask the Canadian about attacking the American moon base, spying on MILFs, whether Hoth is a city in Ontario, Canadian football, and Pucks.

    —Huffduffed by ethosophical 2 years ago

  9. Put On Your Tinfoil Hats: Let’s Talk About Google’s New Privacy Policy, Data Sharing Risks, and Encryption

    On this week’s episode of Ask Lifehacker, we’re getting to know the Windows 8 Consumer Preview and Google’s new singular privacy policy. We’re also sharing our favorite downloads and answering your questions about data protection, jailbreak upgrades, signing PDFs, and more.


    —Huffduffed by andtrz 2 years ago

  10. The Ask Lifehacker Podcast: Watch (or Listen to) Our First Episode

    The Lifehacker Show is back with a new format. Come check out our first episode where we answer a variety of questions from you, the readers. We’ll discuss how to access your home network from afar, remap keys in OS X and Windows, hook up multiple screens to a laptop, find an apartment equidistant from three offices, learn how to get started with open-source development projects, and much more. Come check it out!


    —Huffduffed by andtrz 2 years ago

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