Episode 27: David Brin
Dec20

Episode 27: David Brin

This week, I’m talking with award-winning science fiction author and astro-physicist, David Brin. He shares insightful thoughts about storytelling, government, science fiction, the future of the human race, Hollywood’s biggest problem, and more! -If you haven’t figured it out already… I’m a little nervous 😉 Show Notes * David Brin * UCSD * Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination * Earth * The...

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Episode 20: Console Wars with Blake J Harris
Sep04

Episode 20: Console Wars with Blake J Harris

This week we’re back from Summer Break and talking to the author of the fantastic Console Wars, Blake J Harris! Show Notes Pending:...

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Game, Film and Book releases (January 2014)

It’s time to start enjoying the first crop of 2014 releases in film, video games and books. Not familiar with these upcoming releases? Well, you’re in luck. We’ve outlined them right here. JANUARY IN NEW VIDEO GAME RELEASES – Need to give your thumbs some more callouses? There’s plenty of great video gamin’ dropping in January 2014. The newest adventure in the “Assassin’s Creed” series, “Liberation,” comes out on January 14-15,...

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Duke: A Life of Duke Ellington by Terry Teachout
Dec09

Duke: A Life of Duke Ellington by Terry Teachout

  As years pass, the memory of a person tends to grow dimmer as the light he produced in life intensifies over time. And thankfully so. We don’t like warts on our artistic heroes. Unless, of course, they suit the work. Would the average Jo really dig Van Gogh as much if he didn’t know about that whole ear thing? According to Toulouse-Lautrec, “One should never meet a man whose work one admires. The man is always...

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