Thursday, December 31, 2009

Episode 10 - The Decade in Review

Despite the unlikelihood of the three French hens finding anything to talk about that happened anytime in the last ten years, we did manage to come up with something. The episode is here, for those of you too lazy to get it automatically from iTunes.

No tech tips this week, though. And no predictions, since we're looking at the past, which is, I guess, postdictions.

A happy and prosperous new year to all!

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Replacement for episode 9

Our vast audience (the one guy who listened to it) told us that Episode 9 was out of sync. So, here's a corrected version, without any bumper music (you can search for and download your own theremin tunes, if you're so inclined). Sorry for the poor tech work on our part, but, well, screw you. New Episode 9.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Episode 9 - TOC

The All-American Theremin Marching Band presents their unique analysis of the TOC and the Advisory Committee. They are all past or present members. The episode is here. Of course, it would make much more sense if you subscribed to the podcast on iTunes like a normal person, you yabbo!

The tech discussion this week centers on Cruz's favorite musical instrument. ("Look, Ma, no hands!" — No, wait a minute, it's nothing but hands. "Look, Ma, no touching!") Also, the coach of the Bronx High School of Babycakes announces that he is convinced that email is here to stay. Courageous call on his part.

Our prediction is for pure MJP ecstasy!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Episode 8 - Economic sanctions

The three cheese plate specialists are back with discussion, mostly, on Jan-Feb's LD topic. The episode is here (but wouldn't you prefer to subscribe to iTunes and get it automatically?). We also venture further into the numbers game at tournaments, as in, how many people = how many rounds?

Our tech tip this week is Skype. Not a groundbreaker, but maybe there's uses you're unfamiliar with. And we predict, well, predictions, which is our favorite thing to predict, especially when they're in the future and haven't happened yet.