Tonight on GeekNights, we consider how to not suck in ackward, dangerous, or otherwise odd situations. In the news, IBM outsources high-level jobs to India and a Senate committee has put forward the Children and Media Research Advancement Act.
Tonight on GeekNights, we cover how to not be a fanboy. In the news, Michael Dell talks about Dell's Linux offerings, Otakon is almost sold out of hotel rooms, and Anime Boston's Artist's Alley sold out within 5 minutes of opening.
Tonight, on GeekNights, we consider bad movies. Not bad like Hard Rock Zombies or SARS Wars, but bad like Garfield or Snakes on a Plane. As for the news, the US Senate does something smart, ABC does something interesting, and Kenya does something scary.
Tonight on GeekNights, Scott brings us his coverage of the New York Comic Con debacle. In addition, we discuss the state of comic distribution in the US, including a look at Diamond Previews. In the news, AMD Subpoenas Skype.
Tonight on GeekNights, we complain about the Penny Arcade card game (itself a part of the Universal Fighting System). In the news, 12 million Xbox360s, Apple announcements, and the DS Lite rule the day.