Current Geek 198: My Homie Chromie

Scientists at MIT have taken peptides from a South American wasp’s venom to create a medicine that kills bacteria but not human cells. It’s official. Microsoft will rebuild the Edge browser to run on Chromium and use the Blink and V8 JavaScript engines. The Large Hadron Collider is shutting down for two years for upgrades. Netflix confirmed to the LA times it is testing an instant replay feature. And our recaps of what we loved in 2018!

Current Geek 196: It’s a Wonderful Life

“Welcome to the Current Geek Film Festival, a special monthly look at the greatest movies of all time from a geeky perspective.

Our monthly look at the best films ever continues, this time with It’s A Wonderful Life”

Current Geek 196: Scratch That Space Itch

Frosty the Snowman is a Lich! Daredevil is OUT at Netflix. China launches rockets at their fires. Netflix goes in on BeBop live action. MIT says planes could one day have no moving parts. UPS and Fed need trackers! And more!

CurrentGeek 195: Private Benjamin TV

Welcome to Current Geek: Autopilot Edition. A chance for us to watch the pilot episode of a TV show and geek out about it! I’m Scott Johnson, he’s Tom Merritt, and this week, we’re talking about Private Benjamin, the TV show.

CurrentGeek 194: North by Northwest

Welcome to the Current Geek Film Festival, a special monthly look at the greatest movies of all time from a geeky perspective. I’m Scott Johnson and he’s Tom Merritt.Our monthly look at the best films ever continues, this time with North by Northwest.

CurrentGeek 192: The Office UK and US

Welcome to Current Geek: Autopilot Edition. A chance for us to go back and watch the pilot episode of an old classic/geeky TV show and geek out about the show! I’m Scott Johnson, he’s Tom Merritt, and this week, we’re talking about The Office, both the US and UK versions.