Published on January 7th, 2016 | by Alan Cross1
Geeks and Beats Podcast, Episode 133: Laserbrain
Michael is off at CES in Las Vegas this week which sounds a lot cooler than it is. The show is just too vast and too filled with junk that will never make it to market for it to be much fun. This results in 18 hour days (if he’s lucky) and little time to enjoy anything else Las Vegas has to offer. Oh, and he always comes back with a terrible cold. In fact, many CESers complain of falling sick each and every year because of the density of people from all over the world. The CDC should investigate.
I, however, am back home in the cold trying to deal with the fact that for the first time in a year, I’m not going anywhere. I usually have at least three plane tickets waiting to be used for London, LA, Singapore, Japan–somewhere. But at the moment, I have nothing. I am bereft.
- How long will car companies keep offering CD players for the dashboard?
- Interview: Alanis King of Jalopnik about the invention of the car radio.
- George Lucas steps in Bantha shit.
- Five geek-inspired uses for your old smartphone.
- Geek music picks for 2015.
- Five ways streaming will change this year.
- The Beatles are streaming. Amazing.
- Thank you, co-producer Robert Burden!
- Freddie Mercury’s isolated vocals are brilliant.
- Tommy Lee gets caught upside down; keeps drumming anyway.
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