In my continuing mission to expand my creative horizons, I am now part of a podcast.
Yup. Talking. Lots and lots of talking. The Queen loves it. 🙂
Please join my partner in audio crime (Casey) and me on The SuperPodHeroCast as we dissect every superhero movie from Batman: The Movie (1966) to current. We are guys with beers talking about movies with capes.
I think we’re funny. Please take a listen and let me know what you think!
You can find The SuperPodHeroCast at Podbean, Google Music, Pocketcast, iTunes, or just about anywhere you find your pocasts! Visit us on Facebook or at our mini-blog to experience all of the assorted geekery!
Getting ready to join David & Danny on the D&D podcast tomorrow as we revisit our lost episode and watch… again… the god-awful Mazes and Monsters! (Why couldn’t the recorder have died in the first five minutes?)
For now take a listen to my guest appearance last year as we watch Knightriders starring a young Ed Harris (with hair!)
Listen to D&D Episode Four: Knightriders by D&D #np on #SoundCloud
At the airport? Long line of people and unused self check-in kiosk? That’s right — I’ll ask the whole line if anyone is going to use it. No takers? Excuse me folks. Pardon me. Do you mind if I use it? Thank you. Excuse me.
I am a techie. Always have been. In 1981, I begged my parents to purchase a computer and was THRILLED when they finally agreed. They brought home a brand-spanking-new VIC20! I was the happiest 10 year old around!
There’s nothing wrong with the photo.We lived in lower resolution back then.
Over the years, I’ve embraced changing technology. (Hey, we upgraded to the Commodore 64 not long after!) As a result, I’m always a bit perplexed when businesses think that staying current with technology is optional. My retired father – pushing 70 – uses the Web for all of his banking. The integration of technology tools into every industry is an unstoppable process. E-business is a fact for almost any industry I can think of.