The Lazy Geeks Podcast #271: Dodged A Planet This Time

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The Lazy Geeks Podcast discuss missing the collision with a planet that never existed. With that in mind, they are forced to face the world again. Adam makes a noob mistake with his bios, while discussing the benefits of a Chrome extension, Nudge. He discusses the obsession with the iPhone X and why it is an attention-seeking device. Finally, with their seventh-year anniversary of the podcast looming, they are making some changes to content and podcast releasing schedule. Enjoy their final episode of their sixth year, and get ready to kick off their seventh-year anniversary next week.

Lastly, starting next week, The Lazy Geeks Podcast will be released weekly on Tuesdays. With the length of the show and editing, it has forced them to adjust the release schedule for the time being. However, Friday show releases will remain unchanged. Thanks for your understanding.

 

Here are the shownotes for the week of September 25, 2017.

 

Random Roundtable:

That planetary collision has been postponed due to rain

Guess I forgot to turn that on…

Nudge

This fucking iPhone…

Moving The Lazy Geeks Podcast release to Tuesdays

 

One Awesome Thing:

Steven: Matthew Vaughn’s Vision of Superman

Adam: Doom on Switch

 

Entertainment-

Steven: CW/DC Crossover Plot and Title Revealed

Adam: Kingsman 2 Director Not Happy About Spoilers

 

Gaming-

Steven: All Halo 360 Games Are Backwards Compatible

Adam: Nintendo Shipped more but Sold More Switches then expected

 

Comics-

Steven: Doomsday Clock Trailer

Adam: HBO Producing Watchmen Pilot

 

Technology-

Steven: Apple TV 4K Will Only Stream 4K Movies

Adam: Sprint and T-Mobile Close Deal

 

Discussion:

Review of The Orville

 

What the Actual Fuck! (WTAF):

Steven: iPhone 8 Launches Seem Small Lines

Adam: Historical Yoda

 

Credits:

“There It Is”, “NewsSting”, “Rocket” – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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