iMacs overheat, people. That’s why we record this podcast on a lovely 27” iMac! Special guest this week, Mr. Sippy Straw. Also, Jeff Goldblum, Robot Chicken, cell phone companies suck, and forgetting to hit record, on Montreal Sauce.
Show Note: This is the beginning of March Montreal Madness! Because of our backlog of episodes, we’ll be releasing an episode every week in March. In April, we’ll return to our regular every-other-week schedule.
Eddie Murphy’s bit from Delirious on Elvis Be warned, this is from the NSFW Eddie Murphy days.
Looking for music? Perhaps you should ditch iTunes and MP3’s and try Rdio, Spotify, Pandora or Chris’ choice of Songza. Alternatively, you can keep your music and then subscribe to iTunes Radio for more as Paul suggested.
In this week’s OPT-OUT, your heroes discuss Chrome-gate! Some great extensions for Chrome & Firefox get quietly bought out by ad companies that fill them with malware. Click this for more info. A list of the “infected” extensions is maintained here. So check your Browser!
Paul doesn’t have the resource hog Flash installed on his computer. Instead, he uses Chrome, when necessary, because it has Flash built-in. Another Mac option is Click to Flash for Safari.
FreeOTP is a two-factor authentication application. Say what? If you don’t know what two-factor is and don’t use it, Get on it!
Geeksphone makes phones that are truly open source.
How about a phone that is concerned with your privacy instead of collecting your data. Check out Blackphone.
Listen to people eat dinner? Sign me up. The former podcast archives, I Like Juice.
Wow many coin for Chris? DLu57vD1DWE3rJNBviKrzmWBeC4RNdw3bd
Such profit for Paul? DUNMd3mpcggpiVV2mWFF4Eo3SFaSF3bgTp
Chris thinks George Lucas is wipe crazy! Someone please stop him.
The Book of Dave, a book set in far away future where religion is based on a London cabbie’s diary. Chris has yet to finish it thanks to the language created by the author and the additional British slang.
From the director of Primer, here’s his new (non time travel) film that we have yet to watch but is on Netflix, Upstream Color.
In reference to Chirs killing time with politeness as he finds a chirp, it’s SNL’s take on NPR’s Delicious Dish.
Paul mentions not getting a payout from Apple yet. Having checked the Financial Reports, Paul actually had received a payout from Apple (Direct deposit?!?), putting Apple ahead of Square Cash in the total revenue bucket. Mind on my money, money on my mind.