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Conversations with interesting people about the stuff they love.

Customer Reviews

The vapid dribble of the uncharismatic


I've given this podcast a chance. Really. I have. I've listened to several episodes, and I've reached my opinion.

Don't listen to it. I'm serious.

A geek culture podcast from BoingBoing? Should be awesome right? Unfortunately, interesting writers do not always make interesting hosts.

The audio production is pathetically poor (baffling for a geek podcast in which they've discussed music creation), dull topics poorly chosen, and seemingly with a team that cannot even strike an opinion on what they talk about (Apart from hyperbole in regards to the creations of their friends) It's a recipe on paper that should have been a resounding success, but has somehow over boiled into blandness.

Consistently interesting

Consistently interesting

Like Boing Boing, only for your ears.

I came into Gweek expecting little since I thought the name was a little cheesy but it's really grown on me. I've always liked Mark's writing and it's great to hear him talk so enthusiastically about such a wide range of topics. The guests are also usually interesting and I particularly like that they are not just interviewed but that they also contribute to the rest of the show.