After a monumental Wrestlemania weekend the guys are back with a new episode of Mat Men. Andrew, Rich, and Jon drop stunners left and right bringing you the best in wrestling speculation and talk. They talk Mania, Daniel Bryan, the shocking end to The Streak, NXT, the Hall of Fame, and the untimely demise of The Ultimate Warrior. This episode is jam packed to the gills with some great rassle tawk!
First Response Radio - on-site within 72 hours of a natural disaster where other mass communications are crippled - provides needed humanitarian information at the right time. Mike Adams, an accomplished broadcast engineer, leads the mission to design and deploy suitcase-sized broadcast studios and radio transmitters. We’re talking with Mike and learning about First Response Radio’s mission, operations, and logistics. This is radio broadcasting at the most local level - and designed to help people when and where they need help and information the most.
Spencer shares a story about a young man he recently met who is noticing the first signs of hair loss. Tim from Boston calls to relate to the young man's fear of losing hair at a young age. Joe Tillman calls to provide his thoughts on some people wishing they had a disease such as Diabetes rather than hair loss.
The Road To Wrestlemania is almost at an end and the boys are back with their take and thoughts on the biggest wrestling event of the year and possible of all time. Andrew, Rich, and Jon bring it home with some fantasy booking, match outcomes, continuing storylines, the over/under, and talk about their ideal Mania ending. They also chat about wrestlers that they never "got." All this and more on this week's Mat Men!
We realize Jonathan Strickland's bad ideas are so much better than his good ones. Then we question all the hate for April Fool's Day. "How to be a Man" is the next movie we'll watch. Watch along with us for next time.
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss what to expect at this year's Microsoft Build conference. Why did Microsoft unveil Office for iPad before Build? Andrew asks Paul what Microsoft will do with the next release cycle for Windows. Will we see a developer preview before year's end? Andrew also discusses what software people use to consume media. Why do some people continue to use Windows Media Player? Andrew also ponders whether Microsoft is purposely opening Microsoft Stores near Apple Stores. Should Apple be worried?