Since I we (sorry, Goose) had a lot to do this weekend, we weren’t able to record tonight. Rest assured, though, that we’re not abandoning you. We’ve all set aside time to record tomorrow night, and you’ll get the podcast late tomorrow night. Or maybe early Tuesday morning depending on whether I’m in the mood for beer or coffee tomorrow. It could go either way.
In the meantime, here are a few things you might enjoy:
Apparently Belgian archaeologists who were digging around in a Roman bath uncovered a “huge, exquisitely-carved statue of the Roman emperor Hadrian last week. Though Wikipedians will always remember Hadrian as “one of the ‘five good emperors'” and the guy responsible for Hadrian’s wall, Hadrian’s gate, and (you guessed it) Hadrian’s Villa, OGs will always remember, um, her, as the power-hungry woman who went too far/was misunderstood by all.
Those of us who suck and didn’t make Comicon — that’s right, you know who you we are — missed out on a Futurama 2008 trailer. Thankfully Gizmodo was there to rub it in our faces let us in on the action. One day GWC will have a travel budget, and after we visit the Philly Crue (assume there are dots there — I’m way too lazy to look up the code) we’ll get to see great stuff like this.
Comicon Part Deux: The debate is officially over. He’s small “e” evil. Now if Flickr could just end the ship debate for us…
And in case you were wondering, the Dallas meetup was a blast. In fact, we’re talking about doing it again sometime next month. Enjoy, and we’ll see you tomorrow night. Or Tuesday morning.
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