Tuesday, December 18, 2012

The Best Podcast Networks of 2012

Update: I forgot to mention the FrogPants network of Scott Johnson. I listen to the Morning Stream, The Final Score, Film Sack, and a whole lot of other audio content.

It is that time of the year again where I talk about all the awesome podcasts that I consume. This time I will tell you all about podcasts networks and not just individual shows. So without further ado here are the best podcast networks of 2012.

1. 70Decibels
A great set of tech podcasters led by Myke Hurley. My favorite podcast in the network is Home Work, a podcast about people who work from home. The host of Home Work, Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo share productivity tips and sometimes the challenges they face as home workers.

Aside from that, I find the shows Generational and Bionic to be interesting. Myke Hurley is a good host who knows how to let his co-host talk but can also take over the conversation if he needs to.

2. 5by5.tv
Dan Benjamin's podcast network where two of my favorite shows, Hypercritical and Build & Analyze just ended. With that in mind what shows can I look forward in the network now? There is still the Incomparable and Mac Power Users (even if I don't own a Mac).

3. The Geekbox
Last but not the least is the Geekbox Network. I listen to all their shows! I listen to the flagship show, the Geekbox. I also listen albeit sparingly to the Comedy Button, Good Job Brain, and the Comics Conspiracy.

And before I forget, let's not forget about Ryan Scott's frenemies, Rebel FM, the only general gaming podcast I listen to.

That's all the podcast and podcast networks I listen to for the year of 2012. Hope you find something you like in here.

PS: No Agenda is in a different league here since it is the best podcast in the universe.

Monday, December 10, 2012

F-Zero GBA awesome remake

Remember the Snes futuristic racing game F-Zero? Well there was a GBA remake subtitled as Maximum Velocity. This remake have improved graphics and a little bit of a tweaked control scheme. That said, this game is still fun but balls hard. I think this version is even harder than the original. If you have a GBA, get this game. Hell, get an emulator and give this title a shot. You will be pleasantly surprised how fun this is.
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