Your hosts discuss John’s new refrigerator.
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In something like a main topic, your hosts talk about Facebook. Schadenfreude aside, Merlin struggles with why anyone is still there, while John’s not so sure some people will ever leave.
This week’s main topic: "What If Productivity, but Too Much?" In the pursuit of efficiency and professional development, how do you know when you’ve gone too far? And what are the downsides when you do?
A second cut at “Blade Runner”
“Blade Runner: The Final Cut”
Special guest John Siracusa explains to Jason and Myke why “Blade Runner” is good and why the “final cut” version is the one to watch.
September 21, 2017
with Jason Snell and John Siracusa
Show Notes & Links
Myke at the Movies 20: Blade Runner (the original cut)
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This week’s first topic is self-driving cars and how soon they’re likely to be ready, as they say, for prime time. Later, you’ll find The Spoiler Slot filled with a discussion of the 2016 movie, Arrival.
The Talk Show
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Holiday Spectacular, With Special Guests Guy English and John Siracusa
Sunday, 31 December 2017
As per holiday tradition at The Talk Show, a brief chat about Star Wars: The Last Jedi, with a cavalcade of special guests, including Guy English and John Siracusa.
2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens Holiday Spectacular.
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This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.
This week’s main topic goes into kids and security. Or, more specifically, what kids learn (or don’t) about password hygiene and the broader landscape of basic InfoSec.
This week’s main topic is "Taking Care of Things."
The main topic this week is Housework and House Duties, which John quickly persuades Merlin is, indeed, a trap.
Merlin gets his time in the barrel as John disabuses him of his self-styled situation as "the dumb one." Merlin tries gamely to change the subject to how status works in improv, but finds his knife further sharpened in the bargain.
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