A smoky chili you can easily make in a crock pot or Instant Pot.
Is regulating Big Tech even possible in capitalist America?
What do we want from whoever ends up being the 2020 Democrat? Also, we eliminate half the current field of candidates based on mostly nothing.
Game of Thrones is over and Americans are stressed. They may or may not be related. Also piña coladas.
Game of Thrones spoilers! Plus 45 minutes of describing the conflicts that kept us from podcasting for 2 months.
Reports of the death of this podcast have been wildly exaggerated. But still pretty believable TBH.
Some stuff happened in 2018. We largely can’t remember it. Google helps.
Fran joins to talk about games journalism and his desire to be a Decepticon.
When we choose not to put something online, or not to produce something if it’s “just for web,” we are choosing not to serve an audience. And the audience we’re choosing not to serve is critical to our future.
It turns out people are still podcasting. So here's a cheap setup that'll get you the best bang for your buck.
Do we really have to caption online-only content? I want to caption everything, but how do I justify it to my organization when technically we may not have to?
I use a Wacom tablet as my mouse. Recently I had to build a new laptop, and half the time when I tried to click something in Chrome it didn’t work. The
Jobscast 2! What’s the deal with health insurance? Should you lie about your experience? How should you dress for an interview? How do you write a professional email? All this and slightly more!
In this special we look at the technical details of the consumer side of the industry, from TVs and game consoles to the marketing-speak that confuses everyone. HDMI, HDCP, 4K, HDR, VR – if it’s been debated in a comments section, we’ll cover it.
Say you want to do Facebook Live but have good audio, and happen to have a Tascam 70D audio recorder. It’s super easy to connect it to your iPhone. This should also
Not too long ago I attended an event for broadcast engineers. After more than one welcome to “engineers and wives,” a speaker talked about how important it is for us to bring new
A while back we picked up a couple Ubiquiti US-16-XG switches for $299 each during their beta period. These are 10G switches, 12 SFP+’s and 4 RJ45’s, at a pretty crazy
Most Black Friday deals nowadays aren’t great. But if you’ve got a podcast, and want it to sound better, there are a couple deals you really need to check out. And
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. When an HDR source like a game or video is displayed on an HDR TV, there’s a much bigger difference between dark stuff and light stuff than there is on a regular TV.
Apparently Premiere Pro 2015.3 drops support for some video cards, which they now consider “legacy.” Some of the info is behind a LinkedIn members-only group, so I’m reposting it here. These
I’ve updated the $500 Podcast Studio store to better reflect the options available currently. You’ll notice that it’s a bit over $500 – at the time of this writing, this is
It’s time! In honor of our 100ish podcast episode, we’re giving away a box of random stuff we grabbed from around our houses and offices. This includes (but may not be
In prep for our teleportation podcast, I remembered a conversation I had years ago with @gregbobak about teleportation in Star Trek, and if it’s actually you that comes out the other end.
A coworker sent over a link to this Starbucks ad campaign, interested to know more about the technology behind the YouTube integration. So of course I pulled it apart to get down to
Today there are a bunch of open jobs up at IGN, in both Editorial and Video, that I’m sure a lot of you are eyeing or even applying for. But stop! Take