Farts. It’s farts in a jar. Spontaneous pregnancy, crypto backlash, and, why not, let’s debate the value of The Matrix.
From overtired regrets to the death of Google Reader, this New Year’s episode will… I don’t know, keep you warm in the middle of winter? Or something.
You’ll always remember your firsts. Everything goes off the rails in this one. Even Bryan Guffey couldn’t stop us, but they gave it a good shot.
Victor Agreda Jr. returns to talk shop with Brett and Christina. A bit of work talk, a bit of TV talk, and some Mac apps talk (which is Brett’s favorite thing about this show, so that’s cool, but whatever).
This episode ranges from Twitter anti-semitism to very expensive Adele tickets. You won’t believe #9.
Christina’s back from a break and the kids get into being saved by regular expressions and maybe the Bell, if Brett will get on board.
Christina gets a week off and Overtired gets commandeered by tech writers. Victor Agreda Jr, Erin Dawson, and Brett chat about writing, careers, and coding. Or not coding.
Victor Agreda Jr. joins Brett and Christina to talk about magic, ADHD, nerd shit, and more. Then too much about Fish shell because Brett is too overtired to have any impulse control.
An all media review episode, in honor of Christina’s birthday. From Taylor Swift drops to Dexter’s bloody adventures, hear our intrepid hosts varying opinions on all things mass media.
David Lynch and Frank Herbert and all of the media conversations spawned by the two. Plus, cosmetic surgery.
It’s a freewheeling ride through corporate branding, mental health, and computer buying advice. Of sorts. I mean, it’s not good advice, but you never listen to us anyway.
The volunteer CEO of the queer fraternity Delta Lambda Phi is in the house. Bryan Guffey joins the show to talk Netflix controversy, content creation, and JIRA. And that very real fraternity.
Brett had a week off of work and has been buried in coding projects, so that’s where the conversation naturally goes. Lots of nerd talk. Plus some hot reviews of 20-year-old TV that you won’t want to miss.
A winding journey from Ted Lasso to Windows, with frequent stops at great Mac apps, UN*X tools, and maybe probably that whole Facebook thing.
From delightful television to dystopian tech, Ashley Esqueda fills in for Christina and helps Brett cover the Overtired gamut.