I was asked via Twitter how best to optimize podcast file sizes in order to avoid making listeners download massive files. It’s a great idea, paying attention to that, so I have a few suggestions regarding embedded images and bitrates.


In which Daniel, Greg and Drew talk about collections, the benefits of whiteboarding, and inspiring(?) graduation speeches. Also: Game of Thrones and dealing with copyright issues on YouTube.


In which Daniel and Drew talk about The Battle of the Blackwater, Comicpalooza 2012, Drew’s hectic travel schedule and Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. It was an eclectic episode.


Greg Hoffman and I discuss the Shareasale Think Tank 2012 conference in great detail. If you have an interest in affiliate marketing and one of the best networks around, this is the episode to check out.


In which Daniel, Drew and Greg talk about the Avengers movie.

No, that’s it. Just that.

It’s a spoileriffic episode as we talk in great detail about the flick – you have been warned. Don’t come crying to us if you listen to the show before watching the movie. We lay it all out here for the full hour.

You know how when someone types ‘LOL’ you know they’re not really laughing out loud? When I tell you that these three things make me literally LOL to the point of tears, believe it. I’m not exaggerating. Tears.

This just in from the You Can’t Always Trust Google department…


In which Daniel and Greg cover Saturday Night Live movies, The Avengers, the new Dark Knight trailer, scoring sweet concert tickets, and how nobody who uses Google Voice is sane.

It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. It was practically a staple on my old blog that I’d highlight some stupid thing that Papa Johns had on their website. I’m glad to see they are keeping up the fine tradition of not putting any thought into what they’re doing.

I love doing the occasional episode of Comic Book Fury with Tim Robinson and Mike Buechele. My third appearance on that show was recorded on Saturday, April 21st, with Tim (Mike was on assignment in the Savage Land). We focused a large portion of the show on what DC Comics is doing these days, now that they’re eight months into the New 52 relaunch. The industry fascinates me, it really does.