Greetings cyberspace. Tune in every Wednesday as Angelo and Brian discuss tech news and issues, as well as the fads and trends of yesteryear. Stick around as they also delve into the strange world of the paranormal.
July 4th, 2018 | 1 hr 13 mins
alexa, amazon, apple, conspiracies, fermi, google, iphone, jeans, keyboard, macbook, moon landing, nerds, paradox, pens, repair, siri, ufos
This week, Brian and Angelo welcome Alex and Tyler from the RGBA podcast, and after getting to know them a little, they talk about podcasting workflows, voice assistants, and non-tech things that they really nerd out on. Then they find out where the RGBA hosts first found an interest in the world of the paranormal before diving into the Fermi paradox, pondering the mysteries of the universe.
June 27th, 2018 | 54 mins 2 secs
e3, ghosts, mediums, nintendo, psychics, rgba, seance, smash brothers, space force, switch, video games, youtube
After discussing some of Angelo’s real life interactions, the topic du jour is mostly video games, which then leads to a discussion about YouTube Premium. Then, after briefly pondering the idea of a Space Force, Brian talks about seeing the movie Hereditary, which leads to a discussion about communicating with ghosts.
June 20th, 2018 | 1 hr 11 mins
adobe, alien, art, bacteria, creepy pasta, ghosts, microphones, podcasting, surface, tablets, ufos, voice
This week, Brian and Angelo welcome Desdymona to the podcast to talk about her love of podcasts, creating digital art, voiceover work, and working on her upcoming podcast Calling Darkness. They then settle in for a discussion on the paranormal, discussing where Desdymona’s interest in all things strange comes from, coming from a ghost-positive household, and what makes a great creepy pasta.
June 13th, 2018 | 1 hr 1 min
ai, aliens, apple, artificial intelligence, artwork, bigelow, conspiracy, government, ios, mac, macos, memes, motivation, nsa, posters, secrets, stargates, wormholes, wwdc, youtube
This week, Brian and Angelo take a closer look at Apple’s recent WWDC announcements, how memes don’t make money anymore, Norman the psychopathic AI, the Boring Company Not-A-Flamethrower, and burnt out YouTubers. Then in the paranormal segment, they take a closer look at weird things the government has seriously considered, including wormholes and stargates, as well as a surprising diagram hidden deep in the documents. Oh yeah, new artwork too!
June 6th, 2018 | 51 mins 1 sec
advertising, ai, alexa, amazon, apple, bitcoin, dna, dogma, essential, facial recognition, government, infinity war, math, movies, nessie, octopus, routers, wwdc
This week, Brian and Angelo discuss Amazon's Rekognition project, Alexa recording your every word, how you need to reboot your router, the demise of the Essential phone, Bitcoin ruins everything, and how the math men have overtaken the mad men when it comes to advertising. Shifting over to the paranormal, after Angelo talks about seeing Infinity War, your hosts skew the discussion towards cryptids. Namely, the non-alien octopus, the Loch Ness Monster and her DNA, and finally, the Dogman.
May 30th, 2018 | 50 mins 20 secs
apple, applecare, enfeild, ghosts, icloud, laurel, mk ultra, new york, photos, poltergeist, tech support, the conjuring, the warrens, travel, yanni
This week, Angelo talks about his adventure in AppleCare, Brian talks about his adventure in New York City, and in case you're wondering, they are both on team Laurel. In the world of the paranormal, MK Ultra victims are suing the Canadian government, and Angelo watches The Conjuring 2, leaving him unimpressed with the evidence for the Enfield Poltergeist.
May 23rd, 2018 | 55 mins 14 secs
flat earth, nes, paranormal, podcasts, speed runs, super mario bros, trolls, video games, youtube
This week’s episode begins with a discussion of the latest Super Mario Bros. speedrun record, and a video that breaks it down, but then quickly moves to talking about trolls of all kinds: from patent trolls to time traveling trolls, to robot trolls and student trolls. Then in the paranormal segment, Brian and Angelo look at flat earthers, before going on to talk about people listening to podcasts on Youtube, which is so scary to Angelo that it may as well be paranormal.
May 16th, 2018 | 52 mins 26 secs
ai, alex jones, aliens, apple, cryptids, google, imac, jobs, robots, seti, space, spam, twitter, work
This week, Brian and Angelo celebrate SPAM’s 40th birthday, look back at 20 years of the iMac, discuss how hard it is to run the @mta Twitter account, and look at what Google has in store for us with Duplex, a more human sounding Google Assistant. Then in the paranormal section, Brian has Angelo react to a conspiracy packed podcast, which leads them to doubling down on Vegas-style odds on the things that happen in Alex Jones' life.
May 9th, 2018 | 1 hr 1 min
airport, aliens, apple, cults, foia, icons, macbooks, macs, ray kurzweil, raëlianism, routers, singularity, ufos, weapons, wifi
This week, Brain asks Angelo if they talk about too much Apple stuff, and after agreeing that they do, they proceed to talk about how Apple’s laptops seem to have keyboard issues, how Apple is discontinuing their AirPort line of wifi routers, and the origins of many of the original Macintosh icons. They also throw in some Ray Kurzweil talk and a look at psycho-electric weapons for some balance. Brian presents what he has learned about Raëlianism in the first of an occasional series on alien/UFO cults.
May 2nd, 2018 | 1 hr 29 mins
abductions, aliens, angikuni, canada, cressie, cryptids, garageband, ghosts, haunted, lake monsters, macbook, microphones, montreal, pirates, provinces, rcmp, ufos
This week, Brian and Angelo welcome Amber and Andrew from Into the Portal to briefly talk about starting a podcast, their tech setup, and learning about how to podcast on the fly. The foursome then continue their creepy tour of Canada that started on Into the Portal and take a look at some UFOs, cryptids, pirates, ghost ships, and hauntings. Join us as we go from Angikuni Lake in Nunavut, to Roberts Arm in Newfoundland and everywhere in between.
April 25th, 2018 | 1 hr 6 mins
art bell, billy mitchell, broadcasting, coast to coast, donkey kong, facebook, hacking, midi, music, podcasting, privacy, simulation, space
This week, Brian and Angelo continue their discussion on Facebook’s misuse of data, including an in-depth look at what they found in their respective “Download your Information” files. Continuing in the tech section, Brian expresses how elated he is that Billy Mitchell has received his comeuppance for cheating. The show then ends with a discussion about Art Bell, and how he influenced Brian’s views on the paranormal. Be sure to listen for the clip of Brian’s one and only interaction with Art Bell when he called into his show a few years ago.
April 18th, 2018 | 46 mins 8 secs
aliens, apple, apps, area 51, art bell, bob lazar, boredom, groom lake, internet, midi, secrets, twitter, ufos, x-files
This week, the episode gets flipped turned upside-down, as Brian and Angelo start the show with a special look at Area 51. Then they make the unprecedented move of having the tech section in the second half, where they discuss Angelo's new MIDI controller, some Uber follow-up, Apple criticism, phone boredom, and much more.
April 11th, 2018 | 51 mins 36 secs
aliens, anniversary, bigfeet, bigfoot, fireside, flat earth, internet, podcasts, retropie, sleep paralysis, snes, soundcloud
This week, Brian and Angelo take a look at their favourite topics from the past year of episodes and provide follow ups and updates to everyone's burning questions, including: is Angelo still playing retro games? Did Mike Hughes launch? What are some paranormal places of significance? Is it many bigfoot or is it bigfeet? All these questions and more are answered!
April 4th, 2018 | 55 mins 25 secs
apple, cars, delonge, dyatlov, dystopian, education, greer, smart homes, uber, ufo, venus
There can be high tech issues and low tech issues, and both were experienced this week. Stupid doors, smart homes, Apple’s education ploy, autonomous car dangers, and dystopian toilet paper rations. Then, the Dyatlov Pass claims a hiker, Venus is a UFO, and Stephen Greer and Tom DeLonge fight over mummified remains.
April 1st, 2018 | 9 mins 50 secs
april fools, cellular phone, cobol, macintosh, macworld, nostalgia, pentium, prep shelter, rebroadcast, y2k
Newly uncovered! Before Double Density, Angelo and Brian co-hosted the Bytes and Strange Lights syndicated radio show. Listen in to an excerpt from September 1999 – a mix of tech and paranormal topics.
March 28th, 2018 | 1 hr 38 mins
alex jones, aliens, apple, beer, conspiracies, cooper, data, dulce, facebook, families, gear, guest, jfk, microphones, pints, podcasting, privacy, puzzles, recording, youtube
This week, TJ Counihan joins Brian and Angelo to discuss his podcasting endeavours, the gear he uses, and what it’s like to deal with children and the connected world. In the paranormal segment, a look at the book Behold a Pale Horse by William Cooper, and how it affects and relates to the current climate of conspiracy theory.