Silly as it might sound, people become attached to goods. Perhaps it is a particular cut of jeans that always match, or even a seasonal Trader Joe’s thing that you simply stockpile for the inevitable day when it goes off. This takes place in the technology world, too. Gadgets jump off and on the ever-rotating merchandise carousel all of the time, leaving us attempting to replace the apparatus.
Because Halloween is barreling toward us consider this incantation to attempt to resurrect those unfortunate tech goods, even though it means producing zombies that will eventually consume all.
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As soon as you’ve checked out this week’s installment, fire your not-as-good-as-the-T-Mobile-Sidekick smartphone and send us a conversation with the apparatus you want to see a return from the dead. Additionally, it does not need to be a technician’s merchandise.
Following is a peek at the remainder of this week’s series.
So as to maintain everything from the Halloween spirit this week, we have added a twist to the series. Whenever a contestant answers a question incorrectly, they need to eat one of the newest Zombie Skittles. Each tote includes the typically sweet candy, in addition to some”zombie” flavored pieces that suddenly attack taste buds with a taste resembling a disgusting old sock. Who will find the terrible flavor surprise? If you are a regular listener to the podcast, then you most likely already understand.
As always, Jason has consumed a hard cadre of tech trivia questions to torment our hosts. This week, the failure of this Techathlon gets thrown into an elaborate torture snare, not unlike those by the film Saw. Interesting! (NOTE: No hosts were hurt in the making of the podcast.)
Tech terms of dread
Would you understand exactly what a” power vampire” is? Test your tech language for this week’s game. Or flip them off. It is not that scary and it is fantastic to conserve energy as soon as you’re able to.