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Description

Conversations with interesting people about the stuff they love.

Customer Reviews

To slow

Very slow and there voices are nasally

Hangin with the cool kids

Enjoying the podcast, great work boys.

Mark Frauenfelder is pretty fantastic.

Mark Frauenfelder is pretty fantastic. He's not that easy to listen to; he's definitely not the best podcast host. His stuttering, awkward, slightly uncomfortable delivery might well turn a lot of people away, if you don't know that he's not a 20-something year old nerd that just escaped his Mom's basement. It almost turned me away, until I did more research on the man and have come to find that he's just an eccentric, and a pretty fantastic one at that.

He's like a nerdier Kurt Andersen, or a much less confident Ira Glass, but like those two he's a Renaissance Man, and it's worth listening to just to hear all the things that he's into, especially if you like games and books and comics and building stuff.

I'm getting a little weary of the "sit around a mic and talk about stuff"-style podcast, and I wish that there was a little more Interview in Gweek than there currently is. I also wish they'd hurry up and iron out all their technical issues (with sound, mostly). But it's just begun, and I can't wait to hear what these boing boings are up to next.