Andrew, Coco, and Spencer discuss the crash of the Germanwings flight this week in the French Alps. Did the co-pilot suffer a mental break down? Andrew and Coco rant about link bait headlines on Facebook. Joe Tillman calls to weigh in on link bait headlines. Andrew talks about a crazy woman at the bar. Why do some people act immature for their age? Marvin from Florida calls to talk about the Goodfellas reunion.
New ways to talk with listeners - and share their video calls; IP-audio codecs keep getting smaller and better; same goes for FM transmitters with a new rack-mount 10 kilowatt model; the FCC proposes office closings for a modest savings, but will they be at NAB? Drones are hot for broadcasters and the FAA. Plus we look at who’s getting some big honors in Las Vegas next month. Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack look forward to NAB in a couple weeks.
This week on Mat men Josh Coleman joins Andrew Zarian as they discuss this years Wrestlemania. Andrew and Josh run down the card and debate on who will be he new WWE world heavy weight champion.
Andrew and Paul discuss Microsoft giving Office to devices under 10.2 inches. Is Microsoft officially embracing the freemium model? Microsoft will also bundle Office and other Microsoft apps on Android phones. Does Microsoft need to have Office on Android and iOS?
The guys try to watch "Feng Shui," a foreign horror movie that mixes blandness with cultural references we don't understand. The next movie we plan to tackle is called "Blood Salvage." We found a copy of the full movie at YouTube.
Episode 15 is KC’s pick – a film by Andrew Haigh titled Weekend starring Tom Cullen and Chris New. This unrated little indie flick is a snapshot of a weekend shared by two young gay men. We get to know them as they do each other, discussing gay sex, gay politics, gay art, and mugs. This is truly a film grounded in dialogue and character exploration – but is it enough to keep these three idiots entertained? Check out the podcast and find out. Be sure to leave us a comment with those feelings we’re sure you have, and if you think you’ve got a hot recommendation let us hear it. Next week we watch a comedy classic with philosophical overtones – Groundhog Day.