If Miley Cyrus wins an award on a depopulated Earth, will anybody cheer? It’s the last of our episodes with our wives, Kim Johnson and Eileen Rivera.
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This week, we wrap up Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis with our opinions, your opinions, and Ian Tregillis‘s opinions. (Yes, he’s on the show for an interview). We also look at June SciFi/Fantasy events thanks to IO9. June is pretty danged busy!
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Martian Time-Slip and The Golden Man by Philip K. Dick
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Facebook tries again, new Digg, HTC EVO, app suburbia, global iPad, congress and net neutrality, and more.
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I love The Phileas Club podcast. Patrick Beja from France and Turki from Saudi Arabia gather people from all parts of the world to discuss the news from their unique perspectives. It’s an excellent way to check your prejudices and get exposed to viewpoints you won’t find anywhere else.
This episode was extra-special for me because I got to be on with my old BOL co-host MOlly Wood. It’s our first podcast appearance since I left CNET. And it was a blast. We talked about the issues with the Euro, the Eurovision singing contest, the World Cup and what it means to South Africa, and more.
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The inimitable OhDoctah returns to East Meets West to complete the Hangover-Hot Tub Time Machine challenge, with interesting results. Plus we talk over the Eurovision singing contest and the literary value of television.