Current Geek 120: “That’s no moon…it’s a ham in the fridge!”
We check in on our progress in The Once and Future King and The Princess Bride as well as deliver some exciting news on new releases and books being made into movies. (psst. One is a P. K. Dick book, so Tom’s excited).
The ultimate guide to October’s science fiction awesomeness!
Highly recommended: New Ted Chiang novella “The Lifecycle of Software Objects”
The Making Of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Pratchett’s I Shall Wear Midnight, sentimental and fun book about a witch among enemies
BARE YOUR SWORD – feedback from the audience
Am I the only one who thinks this book is overrated?
How much Arthurian legend have you read before?
Thought you might get excited about this.
Appols if you habe rec’d it a hundred times. If it doesn’t come out in the US I will DVD it for you.
Where can I get a t-shirt featuring your AWESOME logo?
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Running time: 35:38
Current Geek 119: “Lego my Cell Phone!”
Roger and Tom talk about how schools work from classrooms, to lunch, to well no they didn’t talk about learning. They also chat about politics a little right at the end. Including the Iowa Electronic Markets.
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Current Geek WEEKLY 26: “Canadians or Comedians”