While the blog’s been more quiet than usual lately, I’ve recorded several podcasts over the past couple of weeks — two of which came out yesterday, in fact.
On the latest episode of You Don’t Know Flack I talk about the dedicated emulation PC I recently put together for our living room. It’s more of […]
Over the weekend I updated the States! section of the website. If you have not checked it out, it’s a list of every states I have ever visited with lots of pictures and mini-stories. In 2013 I added or updated Missouri, Illinois, Indianapolis, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Toronto (Ontario), Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. In […]
I’m home from Denver after attending the Kong Off 3. What a fun weekend! I’ll be writing more about it tomorrow, but to hold you over until then, here are a few recent podcasts I’ve appeared on.
You Don’t Know Flack Episode 145: About Podcasting Episode 145 of You Don’t Know Flack is all […]
For my next episode of You Don’t Know Flack, I’ll be covering the topic of recording podcasts. I’ve written a loose outline for the show and I have lots of opinions to share on how I do things, but they’re just my opinions. If you currently record a podcast, I’d like to include your […]
On the latest episode of Throwback Reviews, Ferg from the Atari 2600 Game by Game Podcast dropped by to chat with Sean and I about (what else) the Atari 2600! In this episode the three of us talk about some of our favorite games, some of our least favorite games, how we started collecting Atari […]
We’re getting into a rhythm over at the Throwback Reviews. It’s not a hard set schedule, but lately Sean, Door and I have been alternating between movie reviews and what we’ve started calling “throwback episodes”. On the throwback episodes, the three of us sit around the mic and reminisce about some topic from our poast. […]
On this week’s show, Sean, Door and I talk about the classic 1985 film The Goonies. We talk about our own adventures as kids a bit as well, and whether or not we think today’s generation of kids can even relate to a film like The Goonies.
We are still tweaking the show’s formula, […]
Are you team Dagger or team Ramp Local?
In the latest episode of Throwback Reviews, Sean, Door and I discuss the 1986 film Thrashin’. I can’t tell you how many times I rented and watched this movie back in the 80s when skateboarding was king. When our local video rental store went out of […]
On the latest episode of The Retroist’s podcast, I have a brief cameo doing another “Talking Tech” segment. This episode is about the 1981 Gary Coleman film “On the Right Track,” which takes place (mostly) in Chicago’s Union Station, with several scenes shot in an arcade that was there at the time. During my short […]
After a couple of weeks off, my podcast You Don’t Know Flack is back with a new episode dedicated to the Funspot Arcade. Funspot is the largest arcade in the world, and we recently visited Funspot during out vacation.
A few other notes: one, the voice mailbox number has changed. The new voice […]