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Separated by thousands of miles and a national border, modern technology now allows Noah and Eddie to continue their chats and rants and let everyone else listen in.

Latest Episodes

Episode 75: Lameworld

Which is the lamest: Microsoft makes its last keynote presence at CES, Macworld continues its metamorphosis into iWorld, or SOPA & PIPA fail to slow online piracy? Google gets nominated to the Lame List for its Google+ Your World and is joined by America’s ‘honorable representatives’ for calling people “nerds.” Picks of the Episode are iBallz and the Strava App for iPhone.

62 MIN2012 FEB 5
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Episode 75: Lameworld

Episode 74: Auld Lame Syne

This year-end episode delivers the Lamest of the Year 2011 (cough, Netflix, cough, Google TV) and also the Picks of the Year (iOS Developers and The Muppets) Plus Santa delivered an early Christmas gift to Noah: Adobe ending development of Flash for phones and other mobile devices. And both Eddie and Noah raise a glass to the health of WebOS and Windows Phones in the year 2012.

45 MIN2012 JAN 3
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Episode 74: Auld Lame Syne

Episode 73: He wasn’t a “real” CEO

Steve Jobs has died; the iPhone 4S and its digital assistant Siri live; and Netflix can’t make up its mind. Lame List nominations go to Wired magazine for its frustratingly unusable iPad app, and to the overly misused word “real” as a modifier. Picks of the Episode are the Portland Timbers and the recently rediscovered Mysterious Cities of Gold. PLUS: 2 original, million-dollar ideas that have not yet been trademarked!

60 MIN2011 OCT 26
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Episode 73: He wasn’t a “real” CEO

Episode 72: 2011 Summer Movie Postview

Ray from 2PStart! returns for our annual Summer Movie Episode, featuring Cars 2, The Hangover Part 2, Transformers 3, and Harry Potter 7.2. But first the trio dish out Lame List nominations to Netflix, OS X Lion, and patent troll Intellectual Ventures. Plus: Noah extols the virtues of Marathon for the iPad, Eddie explains how Dodgeball is always the answer, and Ray asks the ever-important question: WHY AM I HERE?!

57 MIN2011 AUG 9
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Episode 72: 2011 Summer Movie Postview

Episode 71: Rapture Beta by Google

According to one of our listeners in Taiwan, a 14.0 earthquake was predicted as truth. But maybe that was just Microsoft buying Skype. Another listener’s question prompts a discussion of Google’s new Chromebooks and Music Beta. Lame List nominations go to the poor uses of QR Codes and iPad Apps that don’t support dual orientation. Picks are the hardest-working man in reality television and the game Sword and Sworcery (which does support dual orientation).

57 MIN2011 MAY 20
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Episode 71: Rapture Beta by Google

Episode 70: Streaming Piles of Chaos

Amazon and Time Warner are streaming music and TV to the chagrin of some. Meanwhile Noah is distracted by his new iPad 2. And is Android still open? Lame List nominations go to David E. Kelley for his Wonder Woman TV pilot and Apple for failing to include a Calculator on the iPad. Picks are the new CBS TV series “Chaos” and Instapaper.

63 MIN2011 APR 12
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Episode 70: Streaming Piles of Chaos

Episode 69: All About Money

The New York Times starts to charge online readers, states want Amazon to charge sales tax, and Twitter tries to find some way to make money. Lame List nominations go to Daylight Savings Time and anyone who called the launch of the iPad 2 a “failure.” Picks are the Tron Legacy soundtrack and the death of the Zune.

55 MIN2011 MAR 21
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Episode 69: All About Money

Episode 68: Going Local

Listener feedback starts off this episode (including a listener-submitted Lame List nomination), followed by the return of our SkyMall segment and a discussion of HP’s newly-announced phones and its upcoming TouchPad. Portland television station KGW and the Maryland Department of Corrections earn Lame List nominations from Eddie and Noah, while Noah recommends the Oscar-nominated “Exit Through the Gift Shop” for his Pick of the episode.

63 MIN2011 FEB 21
Comments
Episode 68: Going Local

Episode 67: 2011 Year-in-Preview

Hear all about Noah’s experiences with Google’s Cr-48 Chrome Notebook. And unlike the iPad, it supports Flash (but soon won’t support the H.264 video format). Plus, find out what is the most ‘not lame’ thing of 2011 to date! Lame List nominations go to blink and professional Apple analysts, both of which don’t provide a valuable service. Picks of the episode are Slate’s Hang Up and Listen podcast and the comic blog Our Valued Customers.

66 MIN2011 FEB 1
Comments
Episode 67: 2011 Year-in-Preview

Episode 66: 2010 Lame-in-Review

Look back at the Lamest items of 2010 in this final episode of the year. (Both of them begin with the letter G) Of course, there were also winners, including browsers and the iPad. And if you’re still looking for gifts, Noah and Eddie give some recommendations for what’s Lame and what’s Not Lame.

52 MIN2010 DEC 20
Comments
Episode 66: 2010 Lame-in-Review

Latest Episodes

Episode 75: Lameworld

Which is the lamest: Microsoft makes its last keynote presence at CES, Macworld continues its metamorphosis into iWorld, or SOPA & PIPA fail to slow online piracy? Google gets nominated to the Lame List for its Google+ Your World and is joined by America’s ‘honorable representatives’ for calling people “nerds.” Picks of the Episode are iBallz and the Strava App for iPhone.

62 MIN2012 FEB 5
Comments
Episode 75: Lameworld

Episode 74: Auld Lame Syne

This year-end episode delivers the Lamest of the Year 2011 (cough, Netflix, cough, Google TV) and also the Picks of the Year (iOS Developers and The Muppets) Plus Santa delivered an early Christmas gift to Noah: Adobe ending development of Flash for phones and other mobile devices. And both Eddie and Noah raise a glass to the health of WebOS and Windows Phones in the year 2012.

45 MIN2012 JAN 3
Comments
Episode 74: Auld Lame Syne

Episode 73: He wasn’t a “real” CEO

Steve Jobs has died; the iPhone 4S and its digital assistant Siri live; and Netflix can’t make up its mind. Lame List nominations go to Wired magazine for its frustratingly unusable iPad app, and to the overly misused word “real” as a modifier. Picks of the Episode are the Portland Timbers and the recently rediscovered Mysterious Cities of Gold. PLUS: 2 original, million-dollar ideas that have not yet been trademarked!

60 MIN2011 OCT 26
Comments
Episode 73: He wasn’t a “real” CEO

Episode 72: 2011 Summer Movie Postview

Ray from 2PStart! returns for our annual Summer Movie Episode, featuring Cars 2, The Hangover Part 2, Transformers 3, and Harry Potter 7.2. But first the trio dish out Lame List nominations to Netflix, OS X Lion, and patent troll Intellectual Ventures. Plus: Noah extols the virtues of Marathon for the iPad, Eddie explains how Dodgeball is always the answer, and Ray asks the ever-important question: WHY AM I HERE?!

57 MIN2011 AUG 9
Comments
Episode 72: 2011 Summer Movie Postview

Episode 71: Rapture Beta by Google

According to one of our listeners in Taiwan, a 14.0 earthquake was predicted as truth. But maybe that was just Microsoft buying Skype. Another listener’s question prompts a discussion of Google’s new Chromebooks and Music Beta. Lame List nominations go to the poor uses of QR Codes and iPad Apps that don’t support dual orientation. Picks are the hardest-working man in reality television and the game Sword and Sworcery (which does support dual orientation).

57 MIN2011 MAY 20
Comments
Episode 71: Rapture Beta by Google

Episode 70: Streaming Piles of Chaos

Amazon and Time Warner are streaming music and TV to the chagrin of some. Meanwhile Noah is distracted by his new iPad 2. And is Android still open? Lame List nominations go to David E. Kelley for his Wonder Woman TV pilot and Apple for failing to include a Calculator on the iPad. Picks are the new CBS TV series “Chaos” and Instapaper.

63 MIN2011 APR 12
Comments
Episode 70: Streaming Piles of Chaos

Episode 69: All About Money

The New York Times starts to charge online readers, states want Amazon to charge sales tax, and Twitter tries to find some way to make money. Lame List nominations go to Daylight Savings Time and anyone who called the launch of the iPad 2 a “failure.” Picks are the Tron Legacy soundtrack and the death of the Zune.

55 MIN2011 MAR 21
Comments
Episode 69: All About Money

Episode 68: Going Local

Listener feedback starts off this episode (including a listener-submitted Lame List nomination), followed by the return of our SkyMall segment and a discussion of HP’s newly-announced phones and its upcoming TouchPad. Portland television station KGW and the Maryland Department of Corrections earn Lame List nominations from Eddie and Noah, while Noah recommends the Oscar-nominated “Exit Through the Gift Shop” for his Pick of the episode.

63 MIN2011 FEB 21
Comments
Episode 68: Going Local

Episode 67: 2011 Year-in-Preview

Hear all about Noah’s experiences with Google’s Cr-48 Chrome Notebook. And unlike the iPad, it supports Flash (but soon won’t support the H.264 video format). Plus, find out what is the most ‘not lame’ thing of 2011 to date! Lame List nominations go to blink and professional Apple analysts, both of which don’t provide a valuable service. Picks of the episode are Slate’s Hang Up and Listen podcast and the comic blog Our Valued Customers.

66 MIN2011 FEB 1
Comments
Episode 67: 2011 Year-in-Preview

Episode 66: 2010 Lame-in-Review

Look back at the Lamest items of 2010 in this final episode of the year. (Both of them begin with the letter G) Of course, there were also winners, including browsers and the iPad. And if you’re still looking for gifts, Noah and Eddie give some recommendations for what’s Lame and what’s Not Lame.

52 MIN2010 DEC 20
Comments
Episode 66: 2010 Lame-in-Review
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