Monday, April 14, 2014
Sunday, April 13, 2014
take me home….
However, the first recorded European to reach Napuka Atoll was the British explorer John Byron in 1765. He named Napuka and Tepoto “Disappointment Islands” because he found the natives to be of a hostile disposition toward him.
(the Game of Thrones tag is gonna be awesome all night)
Do you listen to NPR? Then you should listen to Cultural Icons.
All the episodes are great. And…look at that…I’m on episode four as Dave Grohl. I really don’t know much about Dave Grohl. I did scan his wikipedia page before we did this. As on episode four is TJ Del Reno. Natalia Plaza and Andrew Costa are great and I was thrilled when they invited me to be on this.
Give it a listen (and rate it and subscribe and all that jazz).
Hey, at least Hydra is now ultra sensitive and ultra sensible.
Modern Inventions (1937)
The future that awaits us.
Next Thank You, Robot Presents Summer Fridays is April 18th, 10:30pm. And it is a very very special one: SCIENCE EXCLAMATION POINT. We have invited two scientists to come and give talks on their field. And then TYR and TELSA will do improv sets using those talks as inspiration.
It is not to be missed.
Wow, I have an awesome lineup for Mullaney Chain this week. I’m psyched. SNL writer Katie Rich will be in town and she is my first guest. She invited Tim Sniffen a member of numerous great improv groups like Baby Wants Candy and the Improvised Shakespeare Company (ISC). He invited Colleen Doyle from iO’s hit duo, Dummy. She invited the founder of ISC and one of the most fun people to play with in Chicago, Blaine Swen.
I can’t wait to play with them on Wednesday.
The 9pm show is at the Apollo Studio Theater on Lincoln in Chicago and it only costs $10:
I went to college with Tim Sniffen. He had a great comic strip and once drew my Mod (modular housing - they they were 6 to 10 bedrooms gathered with their own kitchen and bathroom(s)) as a bunch of angry, black turtlenecked carnivores. Pretty accurate in spirit at the very least.
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Guess who’s doing an AMA on reddit right now.
Friday, April 11, 2014
We live in a fascinating times.
I’m not sure it had a game, but I still liked it. It was played so genuine and real.
Me, on noting a scene in which a locomotive train attended a Train concert and talked about how much he loved them.
In short: The NSA is said to have decided that the exploit was better something for it to use as an offensive tool than to affect a defensive posture for the rest [of] tech; its decision meant that in its view, its own intelligence efforts were essentially more important than the security of your information.
“NSA Exploited Heartbleed For Years,” TechCrunch (via shortformblog)