Hosted by Daniel M. Clark, Drew Bennett and Greg Hoffman.

The show began as Geek Dads @ Home and in January of 2010, Daniel and Joe rebranded the show as Geek Dads Weekly. BenSpark.com’s Drew Bennett, a listener of the show, joined the cast in April 2010. Greg Hoffman joined shortly after Affiliate Summit West 2012. The series was rebranded again in July 2012 as Zap!

Easily access any Geek Dads Weekly episode with the site’s URL short codes. In your browser’s address bar, type qaqn.com/gdwX where X is the episode number you want.

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In which Daniel, Drew and Joe talk about… My Little Pony. Seriously. I know, I know. Also, combining Facebook and Spotify, upgrading to iOS 5 and all the headaches it caused, Shoemoney vs. the PMA and a bunch of other fun stuff.

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIn which Daniel, Joe and Drew talk about the death of an icon, updates from the kids and the genesis of the Shoemoney/PMA episode of Inside Internet Marketing. We began this week with a discussion about Steve Jobs‘ impact and the legacy he left. It was not my most […]

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In which Daniel and Drew get fired up about the Kindle, give updates on the state of the comics wall, and talk a lot about toys – some of which were for the kids.

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In which Daniel, Drew and Joe talk about child chefs, the Netflix drama, and the idea that not every kid has to be a winner.

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In which Daniel and Joe discuss “bad” television for kids, throwing away your kids’ stuff and accepting jobs outside of your comfort zone. Oh, and the nearly complete destruction of major studio equipment. Good times.

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In which Daniel, Joe and Drew cover the new school year, rant about advertising to girls vs. boys, and romanticize the immortal mix tape. Oh, and something about sweaty balls.

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In which Daniel and Drew talk about getting mellow with the neighbors, rude hurricanes, and comics. Without Joe to restrain us, we went nuts with the comics.

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In which Daniel and Drew attempt to recover from Affiliate Summit East 2011, make sense of it all, and tell you all about it.

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In which Daniel flies solo, Superman gets his big reveal, and Obama turns 50. None of which have anything to do with the others, but wouldn’t it be cool if they were all three related?

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In which Daniel, Joe and Drew give away $2,200 worth of passes to Affiliate Summit, talk about Captain America and Chevy Camaros. This was quite possibly the most American show we’ve ever done. Pass the apple pie.