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  1. John Hodgman Shares ‘More Information’

    Hodgman’s new book, More Information Than You Require, is a compilation of humorous fake trivia, and it’s a continuation of his last book, the best-selling The Areas of My Expertise. And it begins on Page 237 –- exactly where The Areas of My Expertise left off.

    "You ask yourself, ‘What is it I think I know?’ and you say it with a straight face," he said. "And if you can’t think of what to say, there’s always the Internet."

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  2. Jason Sims Puts You in Your Place: John Hodgman

    John is one of America’s favourite polymaths spanning the disciplines of writing, comedy and acting. No less than three books have been joyously welcomed by ”Hodgmaniacs” worldwide and very recently his one hour comedy show ‘Ragnarok’ was released exclusively on Netflix to a rousing reception of applause. I wanted to know more about John’s upbringing and it’s environs and I got just that. Hopefully this is not all.

    —Huffduffed by bps

  3. Nerdist Writers Panel #173: Patton Oswalt and John Hodgman « Nerdist

    Actor and comedian Patton Oswalt’s new book, Silver Screen Fiend, is out now. In this chat with author, humorist, and actor John Hodgman, Patton talks about how the book came to be, his love of movies, comedy, and lots more.

    Recorded at Barnes & Noble in Union Square, NY, on January 6, 2014. Enormous special thanks to Rachael Berkey for her assistance in recording.

    Follow @BenBlacker and Like the show on Facebook!

    —Huffduffed by mjkadel

  4. Judge John Hodgman Episode 297: First Come, First Seat, Third Served | Maximum Fun


    Judge John Hodgman

    We are in chambers this week while Judge John Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse Thorn clear the docket! They settle disputes regarding second screening while watching TV with your partner, the past tense of "text," seating in casual restaurants and more! Plus listener letters about the U.S. Postal Service!

    For information about the National Postal Museum, click here! And here’s a photo of Owney, the dog and mascot of the Railway Service!


    —Huffduffed by DavidSauder