Friday morning notes

– There is very, very little going on in the gaming world right now… so not much to talk about there.  Also, Ben Brinkman hasn’t taken up our challenge to be a guest on the podcast, so Dan and I will be doing the show all by ourselves tonight.

We’ll be putting together a “Best of the year” type show thing tonight… so stay tuned.

– I’m not sure, but am I the only one that doesn’t have any interest in the NFL this week?  Maybe it’s the fact that my fantasy season is over and I didn’t win it.   I do like that the Patriots/Giants game will be on almost every channel, and I’ll be watching a re-run of American Chopper.. or something else.  Anything but that game….

– I’m not sure if I mentioned it, but I got my Black Dual Shock 3 controller from Play-Asia just before I went out of town for the holidays.  I didn’t mind that the Sixaxis was a pretty light controller, but the Dual Shock 3 is pretty sweet.  I plugged it in… it rumbled.   I guess that’s all there is to say about that… Oh, and why has the European version of Super Stardust been updated to support rumble, but the US version hasn’t?  Riddle me that Sony.

– Oh, and one last thing… Comments or no comments?  I have no problems with shutting them off, but I just want to make sure that they people aren’t really attached to them.

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3 Responses to Friday morning notes

  1. Brandon says:

    I like the comments, personally. But, it’s not my site, so do whatever you need to. Not having comments won’t make me visit the forums more though, as most of the discussions there are about sports games, which I could care less about. I like commenting on the posts, because they’re not always sports game related.


  2. Danimal says:

    I agree with Brandon that turning them off won’t make me go to the forums more, sorry there is nothing going on in there I can’t get better elsewhere. I pretty much stopped coming here but your podcast has brought me back so wanted to let you know that you’re doing a really good job there.

    I’m curious how do you conduct and interview with someone and get it on the podcast? Do you do it through something like team speak, do you do it on the phone and somehow get it over to the computer.


  3. Glen says:

    I guess for the time being, we’re going to leave things as they are for the time being as far as the comments are concerned.

    I’d love to see more people chatting it up in the forums… but I guess that will come with time.

    As far as the podcast… do you want us to give away all of our secrets? We’re only on our 3rd episode. heh.

    Just kidding. I’ve got some recording software that allows you to record things on Skype. It works quite well.


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