In this episode, Iyaz explains what happened on his trip back from CES 2015 and how it was basically one big test of patience.
Josh Coleman joins Andrew, Spencer and Coco in studio! Andrew shows off his outfit of the day. What possessed him to where such an awful outfit? The guys discuss whether athletes should be allowed to use performance enhancing drugs. The guys also take a trip down memory lane to talk about old celebrities like Henry Wrinkler, Audrey Hepburn and Welcome Back Kotter.
Andy Laird’s resume includes a BA in Physics and a career of reaching positions of higher responsibility in television and radio engineering. What’s not on his resume are things like sailing the Drake Passage, getting shipwrecked on a small island, and being a champion weight lifter. Chris Tarr and Chris Tobin join me talking with Andy Laird on TWiRT.
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the many announcements from Microsoft's Windows 10 event this week. Microsoft says Windows 10 will be free for the first year. But what happens after the first year? Paul explains how Windows 10 will integrate with Xbox One and stream games. And Paul talks about his first hand experience with Microsoft's HoloLens headset. Is it just a novelty?
Andrew and Rich (The Mega Powers of wrestling podcasts) take on some pretty in depth Royal Rumble speculation this week. They discuss the legends at RAW, The Ascension, Alberto El Patron Del Rio, who will be a surprise at the Rumble, how it's a great time to be a fan, and they chat about Hulk Hogan a bit.
Net Neutrality proposes that all Internet packets are treated equally - no buying a so-called “fast lane” where delivery is virtually guaranteed. Broadcasters and other real-time data users depend on the MPLS protocol and pay extra for packet reliability - but is that really over the “Public Internet”. We’re talking about it with Bob Holowenko on TWiRT.