Summary: Hard News, Dirty Politics & Civilized Propaganda: KoPoint makes podcasts about culture, politics, technology, and zombies.
Augmented by comic book author, swell gent, and articulate Brit Ben McCool, join the KoPoint Comics roundtable team as we fully embrace The Pickle of Truth (provided by, as always, by @JahFurry)! Our panel talk with Ben about working as an indie, with Image, and with giant publisher Marvel. We also discuss the 'outing' of Green Lantern, Shadowhawk, and a slew of cool indie books. Full Episode: http://kpnt.co/LvkXd8
Originally recorded on June 4, 2012 at KoPoint Studios in NYC Your host: Stuart Tracte Engineered by: Dan Patterson This week, we're joined by the lovely and always entertaining Sally Golan & Nick McGlynn. After two weeks off, we don't talk too much about politics, but we do have quite a good time discussing dead cats, bath salts, Obama's re-election chances, & the inevitable zombie apocalypse. This is what happens when three good friends sit around a table, drink some beer, and just have a good time. Want to attend the best parties in NYC? Visit Sally's company, Social Exposure Media's Facebook page. Check out some of the best photos from NYC events at Nick's site, Random Night Out. Full Post: http://kpnt.co/JJgTEp
Loren Feldman of @1938News talks with Dan Paterson of KoPoint about the rise and fall and rise of his social media documentary SoMe.
In this episode of The Report, Loren Feldman joins Dan Patterson in KoPoint's Manhattan studio to talk about the fallout from the Facebook IPO, Larry Ellison and the humorous Google / Oracle spat, and the nature of the 'Flame' malware.
The KoPoint News experiment continues. This week KoPointe News co-hosts Marc Lizoain and Dan Patterson are joined from Washington, D.C. by Talk Radio News congressional correspondent Justin Duckham, and from Boston Bold Edition Editor Clarence Smith. This week we launched our live implimentation of a soundboard. The soundboard is a traditional piece of radio gear and is the software metaphor for traditional Carts. The soundboard helps us fire off sound effects, beds, and sweepers. While there were a few audible bugs in this episode we're pretty confident that our new tool will help tighten up each KoPoint show over time. Thanks for bearing with us! Stories shared on our community subreddit by KoPoint contributors: UN Warning About Flame - Reuters Tech questions on the 'Flame' malware for the UN | Marco Obiso Profile on Al Jazeera English Is the Facebook IPO A Disaster? Tom Merrit From TWiT Romney’s Iowa win: It took a lot more than money. - Slate Magazine The KoPoint Urtak: Malware like Flame, Duku, and Stuxnet are a danger to the general public:? Full Episode: http://kpnt.co/LjhkGY
This week, Brian and Pablo discuss the Facebook Camera app, Digg vs. Reddit, Twitter, Tweetbot and the offical Twitter app, the iOS games sale on http://www.becausewemay.com, tutorials in games, and the WWDC app. Stick and you'll hear why show 11 will feel like show 11.5. * http://kopoint.reddit.com * http://www.becausewemay.com/ios.html (May 24th to June 1st) * http://www.randsinrepose.com/archives/2012/05/09/two_universes.html * Indie Game: The Moviw http://www.indiegamethemovie.com/ * WWDC app: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wwdc-2012/id525464038?mt=8 The Big Apple App Guys, EP 011 - Eleven Point Five Full Episode: http://kpnt.co/NkaSBF
Full Post: http://kpnt.co/JyyK5A This week, Dan Patterson and Jon Lazar are joined in studio by Onezumi Hartstein and James Harknell, the founders of Intervention Con. They share some Star Wars memories to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the release of this historic movie then discuss the history of Intervention Con and what will be happening in Maryland this September. This week's Kickers: Harknell has been playing Diablo 3, and he can't get enough of it. Onezumi cracks up at Sticky Comics Jon read the new DC 52 Animal Man trade paperback and really enjoyed it. Dan finally got a comic book reading device in a Kindle Fire
Originally recorded: May 14, 2012 at KoPoint Studios in NYC This is what happens when you fill a small studio with too many smart and funny people, and give them alcohol. Magic happens! This was the first time we've ever had so many people in the KoPoint Studio, and didn't know what to expect, or what we'd be left with after we were done. It was a fitting bracket to 100 episodes, in that the first episode went very much the same way. We had no idea what we were doing or what we'd be left with when we were done. The takeaway is, we surely had a fun time with a group of smart and entertaining guests. Pardon the shoddy at times audio quality, and the abrupt cuts. Once again, putting 13 drinking people in a small studio causes problems. The benefit? There are a countless number of priceless laughs to be had throughout the episode. Without further ado, here's the amazing, awe-inspiring lineup for SHOW FREAKING 100! Your host: Stuart Tracte Engineered by: Dan Patterson Topics for episode 100 can be found at: http://bit.ly/BD100Links Guests: Jim Louderback Harrison Greenbaum Hagan Blount Patrice Callender Baratunde Thurston Ron J Williams Peter Shankman Bryan Thatcher JanMichael Guzman Travis Dover Suzy Mae Howard Thank you to everyone who's ever been a part of making this show a reality, and anyone who's listened and enjoyed this little podcast that could. Thanks to Brian Brushwood, Justin Robert Young, & Mark Malkoff for sending their congratulatory messages. You three guys helped make this show possible, and your presence legitimized whatever the hell it is that I've been doing. Thanks!
Full Episode: http://kpnt.co/Km7kxM In which the KoPoint News team - Doc Stodden, Marc Lizoain, and Dan Patterson - pontificate about the recent Facebook and the risks of capital speculation. On the eve of Doc's graduation and PhD accrediation we also discuss early Facebook investor and venture capitalist Peter Thiel's plan to pay kids to drop out of college. A New Domain on Facebook Peter Thiel and education The Right to Ask a Question Is Education Too Expensive? Answer the Urtak ->> Episode Note: This was the second KoPoint episode recorded using our new live audio soundboard. This means that the production elements heard during the show were fired live and not added during post-production.
Full Episode: http://kpnt.co/KSKjRk The Report friends Facebook. Gina Smith of A New Domain and Dan Patterson of KoPoint examine the shockwaves emitted by the recent Facebook IPO. From Gina's reporting on A New Domain: Not everyone blames Facebook, though. Should investors do better homework? “When I was researching a story I found that (Facebook) modified its filing to better reflect its weak position on mobile. As an investor, either you listen or you don’t,” commented my colleague, columnist and IT pro Dino Londis. I did a story on this at CNET’s Techrepublic. Read the full complaints below. Episode Note: This was the first KoPoint episode recorded using our new live audio soundboard. This means that the production elements heard during the show were fired live and not added during post-production. Download Audio: The Report: Tech News and Geek Culture, EP 007 - Facebook
On this week's episode, Pablo and Brian wonder how Comixology became an App Store SEO juggernaut. Additionally, they discuss a larger iPhone, Facebook, and the possibilities for an "iCar". Full Episode Link: http://kpnt.co/Kgi5BP
Soon DC Comics will reveal that an established character is gay. Marvel Comics recently made an appearance on The View to discuss the wedding of Northstar. Last week President Obama announced his support for gay marriage. Agree or disagree, gay marriage and civil rights are at the top of our current cultural zeitgeist. The KoPoint comic book panel - Jon Lazar, Jeff Newelt, and Dan Patterson - use this as an opportunity to discuss socially conscious comic books. Full Episode Link: http://kpnt.co/JxHvhy
To commemorate this week's release of Blizzard's Diablo III KoPoint presents a re-release of this lengthy structured conversation on games and MMOs recorded in Fall of 2011 with Stuart Tracte, Josh Wolff, and Dan Patterson.
Full Episode and Notes: http://kpnt.co/JjvqfV In which Brian and Pablo discuss the alleged removal of Google Maps in iOS, speculate on iOS 6, and discuss the positive and negative implications of a 7" iPad. Here are the links discussed on this week's Big Apple App Guys show: Apple to drop Google Maps in iOS 6 http://9to5mac.com/2012/05/11/ios-6-apple-drops-google-maps-debuts-in-house-maps-with-incredible-3d-mode/ https://allthingsd.com/20120511/apples-coming-map-app-will-blow-your-head-off/ http://daringfireball.net/2012/05/ios_low_hanging_fruit Apple readies revamped 15-inch MacBook Pro: Retina Display, ultra-thin design, and super-fast USB 3 http://9to5mac.com/2012/05/14/apple-readies-revamped-15-inch-macbook-pro-retina-display-ultra-thin-design-and-super-fast-usb-3-3/ http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-05-14/apple-said-to-prepare-thinner-mac-laptops-sporting-intel-chips.html http://www.theverge.com/2012/5/14/3020483/new-macbook-pros-confirmed-to-have-nvidia-graphics Discussion: “Should I continue development of my iOS app” https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3958681 Google Chrome coming to iOS http://www.businessinsider.com/googles-chrome-browser-is-coming-for-ios-says-macquarie-2012-5?op=1 Wozniak calls for open Apple http://www.itnews.com.au/News/300704,wozniak-calls-for-open-apple.aspx Here’s why the Facebook iOS app is so bad http://blog.mobtest.com/2012/05/heres-why-the-facebook-ios-app-is-so-bad-uiwebviews-and-no-nitro/ https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3974213
Full Episode and Notes: http://kpnt.co/KUgKB8 In which we discuss the Eurozone economy, the Facebook IPO, and the release of Diablo 3. We also make an (unsuccessful) attempt to broadcast live via Skype and Google+ Hangouts and discuss the legendary status of Barry Bonds. Again.