Saturday, October 28, 2006


Geekspeak Season 1, Episode 8

The phone wouldn't stop ringing this episode. That sticks out pretty prominently in my memory. What also sticks out prominently is that we discuss the Halo movie, the new tracks for Guitar Hero 2, Fraggle Rock, new iPods, and lots more. Frank talks about the new TNA contracts, Lindsey drops her new segment on us by talking about some of her favorite websites, and we talk a little about the geekiest of all holidays, Halloween, and our plans for costumes.

You can download the new episode here.

Friday, October 20, 2006


Geekspeak Season 1, Episode 7

Our transmitter went down like, I don't know, maybe two, three, a billion times during this episode. This means two things: 1) Much of this is really "internet-exclusive" content, and 2) The whole pace of the show is different. Not the most polished show we've ever done, but we had some fun and still managed to put together a decent enough show in the face of adversity.

We discuss Kingdom Hearts II, iPod viruses, K-Fed getting his butt kicked on Raw, taxes in MMORPGs, and lots more. Plus, we started a new feature, Geekspeak Essentials, where we'll run down the essential media/etc. that anyone who listens to the show should see/hear/read/etc. - This week, it's movies, and the illustrious WMHW Program Director Adam Barragato drops in for a surprise film critique throwdown. Not a perfect show, but it's a great illustration of live radio and was still a lot of fun to do.

You can download the show here.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006


Geekspeak Season 1, Episode 6

I don't know what it is about this show, but I can honestly and without hyperbole say that every week keeps getting better and better. What's so great about this one? Try a new cast member. Lindsay had so much fun dropping in last week she's now going to be a permanent fixture on the show, so everyone give her a nice welcome. "Oh, Sony, Sony, Sony" makes its triumphant return to the show as I completely botch the story that not only did I write, but is directly in front of me. We discuss the implications of WWE's new tag team "Crime Time" in Frank's wrestling segment and our big topic of the week talks about midterm elections and their effect on video games and geek culture in general. All this, plus gun-toting robots, haiku, and Arrested Development references.

You can download the podcast here.

Thursday, October 05, 2006


Geekspeak Supplemental #1: Brad Olrich

Here's the complete, 26-minute interview with Commdore Dinosaur creator Brad Olrich from Episode 5. Lots of stuff was covered here, including how Olrich uses comics in the classroom, his influences, the ability of the internet to allow creators to publish, and even some blue-r language than could have been aired during the show.

You can download this supplemental podcast here.


Geekspeak Season 1, Episode 5

This episode was a hoot and a half. We had our first interview ever, with the erstwhile Brad
Olrich, creator of Commodore Dinosaur. We've also got a review of the X-Men 3 DVD, we talk about the premiere of South Park, Burger King games, and so much more. We even had a surprise guest drop by the studio to rap with us, and that's pretty neat-o, too. Of course, as always, we've got our standard news and pro wrestling updates.

You can download the podcast here.

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