Friend or Noise

hn0016 artworkIt’s time for Hyper Nonsense! The best podcast you’ll hear right now… unless you listen to something (anything) else. We started out the show with ambient furniture noises, which lead into a story of the last couple of chairs I bought from Staples. Jen explains how it feels to never leave the house. We talk about the new social net that’s all the rage with the kids. I relate a story about how my sister’s car was broken into and what happened to her stolen iPod. I’ve been cooking more at home and researching recipes. I┬ádiscovered that food bloggers can be kinda self-important.We read some listener feedback and we take a look at what American products are called in other countries. And more!


  • Always get the furniture replacement plan when buying a chair from Staples.
  • What level do you have to get to with chairs before they don’t suck?
  • I joined Ello. Let me know if you want an invite.
  • Ello’s manifesto may not be all it’s cracked up to be after all.
  • I’ve been on Twitter since April/2007.
  • Jen’s been cutting back on the number of social media accounts she’s following.
  • Living on the roof a strip mall is a good idea if you don’t want to be found.
  • My friend Ronnie’s guitar was stolen (20 years ago).
  • This casserole recipe is even good enough for a food blogger.
  • I used all the pots and pans to make a cast-iron skillet pizza. Not worth it.
  • We’ve technically been doing the show for four months straight. It’s not a milestone.
  • Reviewcast was done so we couldn’t get any new iTunes reviews.
  • 7 International Names for American Products. Mmmmm. Cool ranch American.
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  1. I haven’t even checked out Ello and I’m feeling a bit like an old fogey because of it. The only thing that makes me feel a bit better about it is that I’m really looking for something non commercial that is even more private than Ello to replace the Facebook. Twitter I’m ok with…for now. I think I need some kind of roll your own service for a very small subset of people. Maybe something that can span servers run by different trusted individuals. When I figure out what that is, I’ll let you both know. I’m sure it would make zero dollars, but be revolutionary!

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