Conrad and I decided to try out my iMac's podcast recording capabilities last week. I didn't put any fancy music into it like Josh does, but thought it turned out pretty well. It was just the two of us, and it was fun to just chat about some things and pass the time.
I hope you enjoy.
00:00 - Google +
15:00 - MySpace / GarageBand
19:15 - Independent Video Game Developers
21:00 - Amy Winehouse is dead / Drugs are bad m'kay
26:00 - Netflix pricing increase / video streaming
36:00 - Bandwidth and Comcast / Verizon sucks
42:00 - Phones - still in your house?
43:45 - News of the week judgements
59:00 - Media Consumption
60:00 - Buffy (spoiler alert)
64:00 - Quick vs. Questions
Episode 4 of the Open 2 Discussion podcast, titled Don't hack me, Bro, is available for your aural pleasure. This week we discuss Pen and Paper RPGs, Diablo III, Star Wars: The Old Republic, the ramifications of hackers, the Riots in vancouver, Game of thrones (WARNING: Spoilers from 49:30-100:00, regarding Episode 9), and general entertainment consumption.
We also introduce a new, Conrad-approved, segment call Vs. Quick questions.
Listen to find out our opinions of hacking, riots, and who is the official superhero of the Open 2 Discussion podcast.
I just checked my HTC Evo Shift 4G for an HTC firmware update (I have been every day since the big brother Evo got Android 2.3 Gingerbread).
To my surprise, my phone showed there was indeed an update to version HTC firmware 2.76.651.4, and I started downloading it over the 4G connection. It took quite some time to download, so it appears to have been a big one. It ran and showed two different update screens with a green arrow pointing down and a bar going across the bottom against a black background.
The update just finished, and my phone shows version 2.76.651.4 is complete, and I'm now running Android version 2.3.3!!!