@ProfDecoy: It won't, but I think we might be able to make a universal feed for all podcasts, if that's a thing people are interested in.
I passed it on to dev. Thanks for the heads up guys.
@General Desire: Extra Life starts on the 25th, so we won't be doing it on the launch day. I'm going to try to do something, but I don't know if it's possible given the other time commitments. We'll revisit the idea of a big charity podcast in the spring.
@fr12: You'll need to subscribe to a different one. It's here: http://www.tested.com/podcast-xml/creature-geek/
@GR$EME: We've submitted it to iTunes, but it usually takes them a few days to put it in the index. In the meantime, you can add the RSS feed manually. http://www.tested.com/podcast-xml/creature-geek/
@ichthy: He's probably never even tried Milky Way.
@Rallier: "Can you run out there, just for a minute?" "Oops"
@Hassun: Len's a great podcast host, a talented artist, and an all around good dude. I'm really excited about this show.
@ClintonHammond: His early books tend to trail off. I don't think it's possible to maintain the pace he sets early on and remain believable.
@YoThatLimp: I really like the James S A Corey books, but I definitely don't think they're for everyone. I thought about including the Jean le Flambeur books by Hannu Rajaniemi, but they're a little hard to figure out, especially if you aren't used to reading things where figuring out the world is a challenge. If you liked Leviathan Wakes, you should check out Neal Asher's Polity books. There are a ton of them, but start with Gridlinked.
My mirrorless throws a warning when it is overheating and shuts down, presumably before doing any permanent damage.
@MiJiTnz: Getting A Bunch of Dads scheduled is like herding cats. Also, Vinny is an empty shell of a man now.
@ajw0512: No kidding. It's all "GO DO SOMETHING" all the damn time.
@MiJiTnz: Monthly seems like a not impossible number of these to do.
@KingRahl: It has a 10 minute refresh time, so that wouldn't work, sadly.
@Hassun: He's very small, but retains the ineffable essence of Joey Fameli.
@Narshade: The new rules are all from The Tetris Company. In my opinion, Tetris went downhill starting with T-spins. I'd buy the SNES or NES versions on carts, then run it in the appropriate emulator.