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Want to know more about the early days of the video game industry? Wondering how Hello Kitty became so popular? Join Tracy and Holly as they explore the science behind pop culture in PopStuff, a podcast by

Customer Reviews

Hoping for More

I'm a little disappointed with this podcast so far. I'm used to the more research/fact driven podcasts from How Stuff Works, but this seems more like the podcasters' opinions. Hopefully the podcast develops and matures over time.

A major let down

I WANT to like this podcast. I'm a big fan of geek culture and The many podcasts I downloaded of them I selected because the titles were of things I like or want to know more about. However, unlike the other amazing Howstuffworks podcasts, I DON'T LEARN ANYTHING! This is just two middle aged women rambling subjectively about random stuff. I was really let down. I tried time and time again and I just heard more of them complaining about how they don't have enough time to watch all the tv, play all the games, and go to Disney World as many times a year as they wish they could. Whoop-dee-friggin-doo. I am a geek girl myself and I find this podcast completely unrelatable.

Ladies on Pop!

Too many podcasts are a collection of white men talking about pop culture. It's a nice change of pace to get to hear from two rad ladies!