Dogmic Log – Stardate… Um, Today*

Today a new podcast is premeiring from the Hardwick empire, Nerdist Industries, entitled “Mission Log”. Nerdist has joined forces with Roddenberry Entertainment to bring discussions and indepth looks at each episode of Star Trek’s numerous incarnations. Each podcast episode will focus on an episode of the series, a total of 726. I didn’t see any […]

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“Do Things, Tell People”

I found this on Fraser Cain’s Google+ page. Fraser Cain is the host of Astronomy Cast (one of my favorite podcasts.) He is also the publisher of Universe Today, and, apparently, he’s working with Google on that Google+ tabletop role-playing application (he’s the one in the middle.) He’s found a way to make a solid […]

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“Right to Remain Silent”

Everything that is wrong with everything: stupid people in high places. In this case it’s the New York Police Department. I know you’re not surprised. Here’s This American Life on the topic. This is just the second act. The other parts of this episode are great as well.

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A Few Posts About Games

Futility Closet is one of my favorite ‘blogs on the internet. Recently they posted a breakdown of the fastest possible Monopoly game. Lightning Monopoly | Futility Closet. It’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately – ways to break games, perfect scenarios. The article makes me think of a Radiolab episode about chess and […]

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‘Patient Zero’ – Radiolab

“The greatest mysteries have a shadowy figure at the center—someone who sets things in motion and holds the key to how the story unfolds. In epidemiology, this central character is known as Patient Zero—the case at the heart of an outbreak. This hour, Radiolab hunts for Patient Zeroes from all over the map.” I can’t […]

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