Podcasting licenses! We got ‘em? Our new Facebook page is here! You best be liking it. (Also, Jen is not pregnant.) Tho, you may want to get on that before Anonymous shuts Facebook down. We talked about this Paula Dean news you’ve all heard about and we don’t need to link to (especially since Jen decided to play Diablo 3 instead of sending me the link for the show notes). Some dudes in Texas made their own AT&T truck so they could use it to deliver pot. Then it was time for some pokey-pokey talk. That’s pretty much it. Except for our Facebook page. Don’t forget about that.
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It’s a gray and rainy Sunday, perfect for recording a lazy-day kinda non-live podcast. We announced Jen’s new podcast project and did some wondering about the validity of the show’s name. We picked up some sandwiches earlier in the day from Subway. Jen thinks it was more than just her sandwich that was “toasted.” We joined the Internet pile-on over the “new” Zodiac signs and wondered if GeminiDragon may now be in need of a name change. We covered a story about a new law prohibiting Internet impersonators. Then we moved on to how hackers celebrated Kim Jong-Un’s birthday by hacking North Korean Twitter and YouTube accounts. We followed that up with a cool song by The Famous. We wrapped up the program with a top-ten list of addictive sounds. Don’t forget to vote in our highly interactive poll:
It’s a bonus audio presentation! This item is a continuation of GeminiDragon item 4. Further confirming that we’re still figuring out the new studio configuration, I taught myself how to use Skype while my chair creaked a lot. We got our first Skype call from our pal Medros. We also got a conversation request from what was likely a spambot. We talked about how I edit a World of Warcraft-related podcast even though I don’t actually play the game. Massive geekyness (is that a word?) ensued from there. (Also: lowbrow jokes about Subway footlong sandwiches.)