This week in the Wednesday Walk: Ebola, cat research, a happy mussel, Helvetica shirts, a mass-transit hero, the dine-and-dash dater, the gig economy, a surprisingly good sandwich, “smart” ovens, and a way your Pokémon should not go.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: service dogs at work, modern tarot, adversarial fashion, the latest Simpsons lawsuit, video game collectors, levels of musical complexity, anti-hate pop culture, book-burning, Dune 2000, political donations, intrusive bosses, a TV-headed modern Santa, new movies featuring the Golden Girls, naval UI, and a possessed Big Mouth Billy Bass.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: bagpipes, a double eclipse, the caps lock key, kitsch gifts from ancient Rome, gender reveals, Diablo, 3D-printing IN SPACE, tardigrades on the moon, what a senatorial escort can get you, the bureaucracy of email subscriptions, and the gamification of terror.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: piglet squids, the Equifax settlement, the supposed best movies of the decade, wax figures, recreating Super Mario Bros. in Mario Maker, the only MCU recap you need, history and memory, a slide trombone you can take with you anywhere, new and interesting policy proposals, William Hurt, wearable AC, when your cat tells you it’s time to stop your game session, and Marshawn Lynch’s speaking fee.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: ancient worms, The Planets, a modern martyr, puzzle balls, Super Mario’s personal hell, Hebrew innovation, when you’d rent a car and not drive it, 96 million plastic balls in a reservior, how to safely chase down your friends, Elvis and Barbara Stanwyck, moon-landing retrospectives, and DMV grifting.
Glenn and Alanna are back for another season of Stranger Things, as The Glenn Butler Podcast Hour Spectacular examines all…
This week in the Wednesday Walk: horse skulls, fire, accessible D&D, Jared Lorenzen, tech jargon, funeral planning ideas, a people map of the US, social security numbers, Alanis, the 40th anniversary of This Old House, and sharks who are upside down and LOVING IT.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: three feet of hail in Giadalajara, Dr. Seuss, a stone-skipping robot, cereal, DiGiorno’s relationship with delivery, careful speech, important social media leaks, Huawei, the hucksters Oprah brought to prominence, X-rays from neutron stars, and the history of the printing press.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: the ALS ice bucket challenge, 16-bit Avengers, split photography, Waria, the cantroller, the woman who wore a wedding dress to her child’s wedding, the best use of the cat filter, Xerxes, art archives, rainbow product lines, and long-delayed doctorates.