BSP-045: I Hate Your Product Because I Love You

00:00 - Intro
01:25 - Partitioning HD 6 Ways!!!
04:00 - Google is Eliminating Passwords
07:10 - Netflix Download & Go
09:05 - New YouTube Comment Functions
13:39 - Apple AirPods are Coming!!!
16:18 - Fitbit is acquiring Pebble
20:27 - What I have been testing
24:37 - Why I Give out Bad Reviews
33:10 - Outro

On todays episode, I cover a few big pieces of news but before we get into that I talk about my gradual descent into paranoia and anti socia tendencies. Then I talk about how google is collecting enough data to actually create the AI from Ex Machina.

Other news covered consists of the brand new download function by Netflix, New Youtube Comment Functions, an eventual release of Apple AirPods, and Fitbit's acquisition of Pebble.

As far as what I've been testing, I briefly discuss the Magic Trackpad 2 and Magic Keyboard 2, and then discuss my new apple watch band and a brand new iPhone case.

As the main topic in this episode, I talk about why I give out bad reviews and how companies need to listen to what reviewers have to say about their products and improve their future iterations. I also tell you why I refuse to visit some review channels.

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The Shrieker Podcast 005: Nicholas Hopkins

Nicholas Hopkins talks with us this month about organizing the Albuquerque Area RPG Meetup group. Tabletop gaming, which is a social activity, creates a funny, antisocial community structure of isolated gaming groups. The Meetup group provides a centralized place for gamers from across the city and surrounding areas to find new games and players. This is particularly useful for gamers interested in games besides D&D and Pathfinder, which are usually pretty well supported in the gaming stores, but anyone is welcome to use the Meetup group to organize gaming events of all kinds. The majority of the events on the site are LARP related but that doesn’t necessarily reflect what most of the members are interested in. Nick’s monthly game night’s (UPDATE: now held weekly at Tradesmart) offer a buffet of interesting new game experiences. Hopefully the Meetup will continue to grow in member count and activity level.

This month you can download The Dream Doll, a magic item that allows players to explore a “What If” scenario in which their character achieves their fondest dreams.

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