Mon, 28 July 2008
Three main topics this time:
My BOP for the week.
Social networking on Netflix.
Tue, 22 July 2008
Me again, rambling on about my crazy hectic week (again), the last live N3RDcast, my wifes run in with a kidney stone, my audio comment on Comic Book Noise 128, my package from Silver Comics, and the books I just got from the Science Fiction Book Club.
Sun, 13 July 2008
Hey folks..its been a while but the whole gang is back!! We catch up on new events including a surprise announcement from Jon..
Give our take on the new Hulk movie...and pick on Bruce for not seeing it yet!!
Then off we go into a sort of newer version of The BOP...we aint gonna hit you with the same old things...just new stuff that has come out and caught our eye & old stuff that has stood out!
Sat, 12 July 2008
I finished reading Ultimate Spider-man Volume 19, and I talk about it.
MY Previews highlights - i go through the Previews catalogue and point out the things that interest me.
Fri, 11 July 2008
Hooray! I got mail! So... I go over the emails I got since the last audio blog a couple days ago.
Just a LITTLE more chatter on the iPhone and the Palm T/X.
Had a chance this morning to watch the Batman: Gotham Knight DVD.
Also got a copy of Terry Pratchett's The Last Hero, illustrated by Paul Kidby.
Received an order from In Stock Trades and I go over the contents.
My friend Scott Cerderlund does a wonderful blog:Wednesday's Haul Blog
Cory Doctorow's Futuristic Tales of the Here and Now graphic novel is out from IDW. I explain why I was boycotting IDW, and why I may now go out and buy the TPB:Cory Doctorow's Boing Boing article on his Futuristic Tales of the Here and Now
Wed, 9 July 2008
Just some ramblings from a lousy typist...
No real content, but I talk about deciding which Batman: Gotham Knight edition to buy, the single or the two disk set. My son Cory says, "no one writes Spider-man like Brian Michael Bendis does" and I think he may well be right after reading volume 19 of the Ultimate Spider-man tpb's.
What criteria should an aging tech junkie be looking for in his gadgets? Do I really need an iPhone? What about OpenMoko's Neo Freeruner? Would that be a wiser purchase? Will it be available from T-Mobile, who has served us well for over 5 years? Do I really need a Palm device on top of all the other gadgets I carry with me each day?