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Happy 50th Anniversary! We Review The Latest Mini-Episodes and The Name of the Doctor in Doctor Who: Podshock 285

Doctor Who: Podshock 285

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 285
Running Time: 1:58:32

HAPPY 50th ANNIVERSARY! We review Doctor Who: The Name of the Doctor, the two mini-episodes, The Night of the Doctor and The Last Day, plus news, feedback, comments and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, and Ian Bisset.

Tandem With The Random 027 Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who

Tandem with the Random

Recently I was a guest on the Tandem with the Random podcast, episode 27 celebrating the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. It is hosted by Brian Kelley @bktandem and is available now. In it, I speak of first discovering Doctor Who and becoming a fan, founding the Gallifreyan Embassy, and eventually launching the podcast, Doctor Who: Podshock. Thanks to Brian for having me on, it was delight to do. You can check out the podcast yourself, the link is below with further details pertaining to the episode.

The Snowmen Reviewed, Comments on The Night of the Doctor in Doctor Who: Podshock 284

Doctor Who: Podshock 284

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 284
Running Time: 2:12:44

Doctor Who: The Snowmen 2012 Christmas special reviewed, news, your feedback, initial comments about Doctor Who: The Night of the Doctor mini-episode, and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, and Ian Bisset.

Our First Completely New Episode of Doctor Who: Podshock from Beginning to End Since Superstorm Sandy

Doctor Who: Podshock

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 283
Running Time: 1:58:29

Doctor Who Year in Review: We look back over the past year of Doctor Who at related major news events including Matt Smith leaving, John Hurt as the Doctor, Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor, lost episodes recovered, and more. Our first completely new full length episode from beginning to end since Superstorm Sandy! Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, and Ian Bisset.

Star Wars: Tiny Death Star Now in App Store

Being a fan of Star Wars and Nimblebit games such as Pocket Planes, Tiny Tower, and recently Pocket Trains, I was curious about their joint collaboration with LucasArts/Disney for their new title, Star Wars: Tiny Death Star. The game is now available in the App Store for free — though like many of Nimblebit titles, you can make in-app purchases for “Bux” to speed your progress of the game. The game is not under the Nimblebit name as the developer, but instead, LucasArts. 

I was surprised and perhaps slightly disappointed that it is essentially a re-dressing of the existing title, Tiny Tower just with a Star Wars theme and Star Wars style missions. That said, if you are already familiar with Tiny Tower, you will feel right at home with this new game. There are some new and different elements to it and of course, you may appreciate it on another level if you’re a Star Wars fan.

I Voted and Big Brother Knows It!

There are times when I don't like photography.

Today is Election Day and I voted as I do each year. I went to my polling center around 4:45 pm (trying to beat the rush that comes at 5pm when people leave work, I suspect others had the same idea as it was very crowded for an “off year”). 

Though earlier in the day I received one of those annoying robo-calls as everyone seems to get during the election season urging you to vote for or against someone or some ballot measure. This one was a bit alarming because it is suggesting that it knew I hadn’t voted yet. 

Is Big Brother watching you on Election Day? Play the AudioBoo I recorded about it below to see… err… hear what I mean.

LEDGO CN-B150 LED Camera Light Demo'ed at PhotoPlus Expo [VIDEO]

Ice Camera, Baby

Just days before Superstorm Sandy hit us and caused so much devastation here, there was the PDN PhotoPlus Expo in NYC. I was there covering the expo and shot some video with the iPhone 4 in conjunction with the Fostex AR-4i which I reviewed a year or so ago (I will be reposting that review here soon). Because of Sandy and the long recovery process that followed it, I was only able to post a music video style highlights video I made of the show shortly before the storm hit. There were a couple products which I shot demonstrations of at the show which were never edited and posted. This is one of them now.

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