It’s Geek Dads Weekly Thursday Edition with Daniel and Joe. The show kicks off with Daniel explaining why the Sunday Edition got skipped this week, and there are some valuable tips for new podcasters in there. It turns out that producing a show with a co-host is vastly easier than going it solo – and Daniel’s got some good advice in that area.
Next, Joe reviews Seesmic Desktop 2, a significant upgrade from past iterations of the venerable Twitter client. More than just Twitter now, Seesmic supports plugins for apps like feed readers.
Daniel saw Rush perform in Houston over the weekend, and was blown away by just how awesome it was.
From Rush to Star Wars, as it was announced this week that George Lucas will be re-releasing (again) all six Star Wars films converted to 3D. What do you think of the 3D craze? Daniel’s not a fan, and despite his being a life-long Star Wars geek, he might sit these out.
Joe wraps the show with a bit of baseball history unearthed – a film of the 1960 World Series, game 7, was recently discovered in the closet of Bing Crosby (of all people). This is significant in that no other footage of the legendary game exists. It’s a major find, and will be shown to the world in just a couple of months.
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Links for this episode!
- Seesmic Desktop 2
- Rush interviewed on CNN – Rush.com
- Star Wars to be released in 3D
- The 1960 World Series film surfaces
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