On this week’s show, we discuss what happens when you kick a bee’s nest and it comically sticks to your foot, except in this analogy the “bee’s nest” is the internet and the “comical” part is actually sexism. Which, you know, isn’t comical at all. LINKS!

Remember kids! Twitter is for darts, not debates!

Next, we move on to another sort of INNERNET FREAKOUT in the form of locationally aware technology, where Morgan Freeman isn’t the sole wielder of the power, Steve Jobs is. And we trust Steve just as much as we trust The Voice of God.

So, apparently Sony’s still a thing. And speaking of things, they just stomped alllllll over theirs.

We seamlessly segue into a discussion that’s completely out of left field. Literally.

It’s almost too much show to handle. The very boughs of the Internet are pregnant with it’s decadent fruits.

Which, incidentally, is the name of my alt-rock cover band.

Today on the show we start out with a discussion of Pat’s SXSW stage aspirations, which I wholeheartedly support, if only for the chance to mock him from afar. He mentions a couple links which, magically, appear here:

After that, the train keeps a rollin’, making a stop in Bad Analogy Land and The Primeval World (NOTE: not really) as we discuss Frank McCourt, Bud Selig, and the connection they have to CPS. We also make mention of another failed attempt by Pat and Myself to become Internet Famous, and that link is thrown in with the rest here:

Finally, it’s INTERNET FREAKOUT time in the pool, and we toss a few unwanted minutes toward The Sugar Scare, iPhone Geo-Data (OMG!!!), and Linux On The Desktop:

It’s all a hoot, I promise. When have I ever lied to you? Okay, other than that time, but she totally looked 18.

Today we discuss, at length, the phenomenon of bad traditions, first and foremost being the tradition of MLB managers wearing the uniforms of their teams. We also cover weddings, Bar Mitzvahs (NOTE: NOT TRUE), bridal showers, and the Elks lodge (NOTE: ALSO NOT TRUE).

After that, we effect a jarring transition into tech news, and talk briefly about the dissolution of Flip. Somehow, after seeing Flip Minos sold off the rack in a Blockbuster, I knew they were not long for this world.

All this, plus the introduction of our first sponsor!
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