Tonight on GeekNights, we bring you our coverage of and commentary on Connecticon 2006. We covered gaming at the con specifically yesterday. In the news, MD Geist is the second worst anime ever, and Miyazaki is asked to join The Academy.
Rym's Thing - Dr. Tran
Tonight on GeekNights, we review Master Keaton. Before that, we address some listener feedback on jury nullification, as well as Google's response to the network neutrality debate and Nintendo's gift to POTUS.
Tonight on GeekNights, we begin reviewing three portions of Osamu Tezuka's Experiment: Male, Mermaid, and Tales of a Streetcorner. We stop short of spoiling them, and will finish the review after all of our listeners have had a chance to see these wonderful works. In the news, sportscaster hobbyists are technically illegal, and the CCCBDA survives committee.
Tonight on GeekNights, we attempted and, through the failings of Garage Band and iChat, failed to interview Jim Vowles, the Con Chair of Otakon. As a consolation prize, you can find a short email interview we did with him here. The actual interview has been postponed for the time being. Instead, we cover Anime Next. In the news, Bill Gates admits to being a dirty pirate who doesn't respect intellectual property law.
Tonight on GeekNights, we bring you our coverage of the Mocca Art Festival, which we attended this past weekend. As for the news, the RIAA says peer-to-peer sharing is "contained" and Spiderman does something SHOCKING!