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?
In this episode, Iyaz discusses how if you want to be happy, sometimes you're going to make decisions that people don't like. He explains what he's gone through in the past to figure out when was the right time to go against the tide.
Andrew picks on Coco for writing "Gwar" and "Dave" on his hands as a tribute to Gwar front man Dave Brockie, who recently passed away. Why did Coco idolize Gwar? Andrew, Coco and Spencer also discuss KISS' influence on rock bands. Does KISS deserve to be in the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame? Andrew updates us on how his diet is going. Why are people upset over Andrew losing weight? Jake Kettle calls in to talk about looks nearly 150 pounds! How did he lose the weight? Andrew and Jake talk about gastric bypass surgery. Andrew, Coco and Spencer also share some tips on how to handle bullying.
Your heroes are reborn! Rich and Jon take on all comers with this new episode of Behind the Counter. They talk at length about the character of Wolverine, his history, impact, and longevity. They also go into Walking Dead, Uncanny Avengers, Silver Surfer, Daredevil, and much more!
Doug Rowe is an engineer at Minnesota Public Radio. His title is one that we’ll see more often: Media Production Systems Manager. As radio stations, groups, and networks depend on digital media distribution, more engineers like Doug are needed; not only to keep everything working, but to develop the infrastructure for the workflows needed by talent and content creators. Doug talks with Chris Tarr and me, helping us understand the new responsibilities involved at a highly-connected, digitally-delivered network operation.