This week we debut an as yet unnamed segment on defense against the dark arts of Internet marketers. We discuss the Uber ratings kerfuffle and other big data nonsense as well as some epic book reviews.

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Miscreant and misanthrope Sean Bonner joins us this week to talk about his art/music project, Hope X, open hardware, Safecast, and more. We also run down some cool new books and the general tomfoolery on the Internet this week. You know the drill.

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This week, Jordan Cooper joins us to talk about new media, blow job machines, and shares some awesome tips and tricks to build your online fanbase. We also talk about burnout and getting old and giving up on the Internet. It’s a HAPPY SHOW!

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Jason DeFillippo & guest host Gabriel Baron watch and review Ghostbusters from the summer of 1984. Directed by Ivan Reitman. Written by Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis & Rick Moranis. Starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, & Harold Ramis.

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Some TMI follow-up from last weeks episode. We touch on the obligatory potato salad story. Brian doesn’t even gloat about the Germany win. We dish on some books and software. A little disruption sneaks in too.

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For the Birthday of ‘Murica episode we discuss the technology of “self-love” and the rise of the F’ables. A little talk about the MKNewsfeed scandal, the future of the indie music biz, and Brian shares his best travel tip to avoid a sprain at the TSA.

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Your hosts Jason DeFillippo & MXV watch and review The Car from 1977. Directed by Elliot Silverstein. Written by Dennis Shryack, Michael Butler, Lane Slate, Dennis Shryack & Michael Butler. Starring James Brolin, Ronny Cox & Kathleen Lloyd.

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This week’s show is a work in progress and we were strapped for time so our new bumpers are pretty rough. All apologies. Otherwise, we make more fun of Yo!, Google I/O, Android “L”oser, and toss in some productivity talk.

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It’s a good week for us. Yo!, Slingshot, and Washboard are all the buzz and we’re all left scratching our heads on what the hell is going on. Brian apologizes. Jason is sick as a dog and contrary to Brians accusations, there was only 1 swig of Jamesons. You know. For kids.

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My birthday is approaching! Even though I don’t generally get birthday cakes anymore this is a fantastic video for everyone who does. Science!

We discuss the dark side of the quantified self and discuss the tools of laziness, which for the next 30 days are mainly beer and soccer. Some goodness in the world of patents and how F-Me money might just save the day.

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Jason's Standing Desk. Click to embiggen.

Jason’s Standing Desk. Click to embiggen.

The above pic is of Jason’s standing desk set-up that we talk about in the show. The classic Gra-Lab photo timer is for sprints. The Nikon Super COOLSCAN 5000 ED is for turning plastic photos into digital images. The Mossberg 500 with Knox recoil reduction stock and Surefire forearm are for door to door marketers. Yes, there is a trigger lock on it but you can’t see it from this angle. The CD-R’s are for burning Audible.com books to CD for the old cars that don’t have digital hook-ups. Yes, I know it’s archaic but whatcha gonna do? The desk is a Safco Muv Stand-up Adjustable Height Workstation from Amazon. It’s the white version with the wheels removed. You can’t see it but I also use a Genuine Joe Anti-Fatigue Mat.

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Your hosts Jason DeFillippo & MXV watch and review True Romance from 1993. Directed by Tony Scott. Written by Quentin Tarantino. Starring Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, Dennis Hopper, Gary Oldman, Christopher Walken and Val Kilmer.

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