Sunday, May 29, 2016

#171: Greg Hrinya

Greg Hrinya covers the Brooklyn Nets and the NBA for  He joins the show to talk about the Golden State Warriors-Oklahoma City Thunder Western Conference Finals Game 7 and to preview the NBA Finals.

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Friday, May 20, 2016

#170: 20% Time

Matt talks Apple Music, Google Play Music, student discounts, Google I/O 2016, Google Home vs. Amazon Echo, VR, Bots, and more!

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Sunday, May 15, 2016

#169: Vestigial Organs

Tim Castano joins the podcast to talk NBA Conference Championships, the NBA Playoffs so far, and the rise and fall of certain players in this postseason.

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Sunday, May 1, 2016

#168: You've Got to Not Have the "E"

Matt talks Groupon, Hot Yoga, Amazon Video's new standalone option, Catastrophe, While We're Young, Entourage, the People vs. O.J. Simpson, Apple's earnings, and Apple Watch.

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Sunday, April 24, 2016

#167: Celeste Zazzali

Celeste Zazzali joins the show for the second time to bravely and honestly discuss her struggles with infertility.  This episode includes subjects and content for mature audiences only.

Celeste is an elementary music teacher, musician, and runner of many marathons.

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Sunday, April 17, 2016

#166: Stan Patiro

‎Stan Patiro is a Professional Exercise Specialist and Cardiac Rehab Specialist.  Matt and Stan talk exercise, nutrition, hunting, and the psychology of it all.

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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

A Little Cool Air

My 17 month-old son, Liam, is watched during the workweek by his grandmothers, on a daily rotating basis.

My mom was at-bat today and called me this morning shortly after I left the house, telling me that she had already changed a dirty diaper and gave him a little undercarriage bath in our sink.

"He peed in the sink," she said.

"I guess you could consider that his first foray into potty-training."

"I guess you could," I said.

I couldn't help but think about the fascinating New Yorker article from last week about Gerry Foos, a man who purchased a hotel and constructed an elaborate hidden-viewing station above the rooms. He watched the rooms from above for decades, taking exhaustive notes about what humans - who are away from home - do when they don't think anybody is watching.

One of the things he found was that "more men than (he) could count urinated in the sink."


My mom said that Liam was now walking around and pulling at the adhesive on his diaper.  A driving force in his life right now is removing a diaper that he has easy access to.  Because of this, we rarely allow him to go sans pants.

"Be careful," I said.  "If that diaper comes off, a little cool air to the area will make him pee."

"OOOH, he just ripped the diaper off," my mom said, "and he is peeing on the floor!"

"At least it's on the wood and not a carpeted area."