Tonight on GeekNights, we review with our guest Emily Compton the wonderful Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Scott geekbites The Walking Dead (TV), and Rym remembers the days of anime clubs as Mike Toole reminds us why we used to join them.
Tonight on GeekNights, we end the year with a discussion we shared with the incorrigible Luke Burrage on the historical legitimacy (or lack thereof) of the Christian Bible. Of particular interest is the Documentary Hypothesis and a solid book on the subject (The Bible with Sources Revealed).
Tonight on GeekNights, we discuss with our resident scientist Peter Olsen many aspects of science education. In the news, Facebook's new stalker feature is nothing scary compared to real threats like Firesheep, and Google is suing the US Government for unfair bid practices favoring Microsoft.
Tonight on GeekNights, we have a treat. International entertainer and world-class juggler Luke Burrage happened to be in New York on holiday, and we happened to sit down with him in the studio for a few hours to chat. In the first of several excerpts to come, we discuss the nature of spiritual experiences, their relationship with atheism, and our own personal understanding of so-called "peak experiences."
Tonight on GeekNights, we have Andy Schatz, the creator of the award-winning game Monaco. We skip on the news, since Civ V is out, and Napoleon yet lives.
Tonight on GeekNights, we have Mark O'Sullivan as our guest on the show to discuss the Vanilla forum software you all know and love. In the news, AMD retires the ATI brand, and ageism seems to rear its ugly head in technology jobs (but against who?).