It’s Alive! ALIVE! – Zap! #184


In which Greg welcomes Daniel back from the dead, and Daniel decides that social media is, indeed, BS. Plus, NaNoWriMo, Minecraft, Greg’s trip to Memphis and the Beatles re-released on vinyl.

So, I’ve been off social media for a couple of weeks now. Very little Facebook, almost no Twitter… it’s been awesome. I honestly don’t know that I’ll go back to the level of interaction that I’ve had with it previously. What led to this? It’s the subject of our first segment of the show.

The book referenced during that segment can be found at

More information about NaNoWriMo can be found on their site.

Minecraft is a really fun game that stretches your creativity in interesting ways. Sandbox games tend to do that, and Minecraft does it especially well.

Greg went to Memphis, a trip that he says everyone should take once in their lives. Hey, if they wrote a song about it, it must be worth doing.

How old are you? Do you remember Pulsar: Man of Adventure?

The Beatles are being re-released on high-quality vinyl, and it’ll only set you back about $350! Whattabahgan!

From there, we got into another segment about the rise of digital music and the decline of physical media. I honestly can’t see myself buying another CD or DVD ever again. Probably Blu-Ray, too, but we’ll see.

Lastly… the Iron Man 3 trailer. Wow. Just… wow. This is going to be the Empire Strikes Back of the Iron Man franchise. This trailer is dark, dramatic, and somber. It’s going to be a hell of a movie.

Next week we’re giving away a VIP pass to Affiliate Summit West 2013—a $1,749 value! Stay tuned to QAQN, details will be posted on Tuesday, November 4th!

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Published by Daniel M. Clark

Daniel M. Clark is a podcaster and proprietor of QAQN, a writer at, and an all-around cool dude everywhere else. God, I hate talking about myself in the third-person.

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