RMP – Ep b26: LLAP, You Crazy Ass Internet

The Internet went nutzo this week…

…and Amos was too snowed in to notice.

Yeah, these Texas blizzards are seriously cutting in to my tech time.

Show notes:

– Texas weather is dumb.

– It’s Mustache March and Kent is taking part…Amos is not

– SrA Sienna Benton of Dyess AFB Outbound Assignments section is awesome

– Kent’s TED talk: Michael Rubinstein: See invisible motion, hear silent sounds

– Amos’ TED talk: Taylor Wilson: Yup, I built a nuclear fusion reactor

– The Internet couldn’t stand the one-two punch of Llama Drama and the Dress Mess on February 26th

– We miss Winamp‘s heyday and the Winamp goat

– Also, the U.S. Government may actually be doing something to help the public interest (but we doubt it)

– D&D fans should experience the open-source based Roll20

– And if you’d like to expand your knowledge of the universe, take some time to read some of Stephen Hawking‘s works

– The passing of Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek’s Spock) marks the loss of a wonderful talent; LLAP

– A few of our fondest Leonard Nimoy memories: Audi commercial, The Lazy Song (Alternate Video), and Leonard Nimoy – The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins

– Speaking of Star Trek stars, George Takei has an amazing story which he shared on Penn Jillette’s Sunday School podcast Episode 37 – George Takei: It’s Ok To Be Takei

– If you’re going to attend SXSW, find us (buy us a beer!)

– We’ll definitely be at SXSoWasted

SXSW for non-badge-holding fools (like us): Unofficial Guide to South By Southwest 2015

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Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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