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By Marco Arment, Casey Liss, John Siracusa

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Computer geeks casually discussing everyday car topics.

Customer Reviews

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing

This podcast illustrates what's wrong with "new media": people have the audacity to discuss topics they have very little knowledge about. The hosts of the show are clearly not "mechanically inclined" as they can't tell the difference between wastegate and blowoff valve (see ep. 1 & 3). I would expect at least some level of curiosity that would make a person do some research to find out how things work in a car they drive.

A great deal of the airtime devoted to Marco's praises to BMW as the apex of automotive engineering. It's great that he can afford to lease what is clearly a luxury vehicle but not everyone is a developer of one of the best-selling iOS apps.

There's a lot of unfounded statements like "there are people who buy white cars and there are other people", "Mercedes is for old people" and so on.

It would have been better if Marco and John continued to do their own podcasts on 5by5. At least I had no reasons to question their knowledge of the computer related topics.

Great To Hear Marco (And Siracusa) Is Back

Look forward to more of these.

Great Podcast

Great podcast with a geeks perspective on cars and car culture.

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