The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 090

We talk with special guest Frank Edward Nora from The Overnightscape podcast (!

In this episode:

  • the end of analog broadcast TV on February 17, 2009,
  • 2008 U.S. Presidential candidate Ron Paul,
  • the Republican Party’s obsession with terrorism,
  • $100 per barrel of oil,
  • 24 minute podcast episodes,
  • old 74 minute CD-R discs,
  • transferring old VHS video tapes to DVDs,
  • the ridiculous Beanie Babies fad in the late 1990s,
  • storing photos,
  • history in the future,
  • albums being released on USB flash drives in England,
  • iTunes digital release cards at Starbucks,
  • the loudness war and horrible audio CD mastering,
  • a get-rich-quick scheme for record companies,
  • the Fun N Games arcade in Willowbrook Mall in Wayne, NJ, shutting down,
  • Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME) computer software,
  • the video game Red Earth (known as Warzard in Japan) by Capcom,
  • reading bad novels in high school (The Good Earth, The Chocolate War, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, etc.),
  • David Copperfield’s current FBI investigation,
  • Frank’s review of Bee Movie (2007) starring Jerry Seinfeld,
  • the Writers Guild of America strike,
  • Late Show with David Letterman,
  • TV interviews via satellite,
  • Heroes season 2,
  • the online video revolution,
  • podcasting and online audio,
  • Frank’s attempt at a premium podcast (Anything But Monday),
  • and Frank’s upcoming secret project.

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