Welcome To Geekdom 183: Gravity Falls

Jacob Tender joins the podcast to discuss Gravity Falls. We talk about why two seasons worked for the length of the show, why we enjoyed it, and more.Find the full show notes for this episode here.

Welcome To Geekdom 100: Pixar Shorts

via Welcome To Geekdom: Jacob Tender returns to the podcast to discuss a whole bunch of Pixar shorts and celebrate our 100th episode!Find the full show notes for this episode here.

Welcome To Geekdom Episode 058: Stranger Things 2

Deanna and I talk about Stranger Things 2 which is SO good. Dustin and Steve are the show's best pair. via Welcome To Geekdom: Jacob Tender returns to the podcast to discuss the second season of Stranger Things. We talk

Welcome To Geekdom 050: Digital Storage and Backup Data

Deanna and I talk about our storage solutions and workflows, backup options, and related media management. via Welcome To Geekdom: Jacob Tender returns to the podcast for an extremely geeky chat about digital storage and backing up data.Find the

Welcome To Geekdom 038: Frank Ocean

Following my undocumented, RARE project and the Master List, I joined Deanna Chapman once again to give an idiot's lecture on Frank Ocean. via Welcome To Geekdom: Jacob Tender returns to talk about Frank Ocean's early career, his discography, and

Welcome To Geekdom 022: Apple Music

I'm back again on Welcome To Geekdom to talk about Apple Music, the streaming service I use to access the rarites and unstreamables that were formally found only on my external hard drive. I've been playing around in the Apple

Welcome to Geekdom 007: Star Wars Rebels

I'm back again on Welcome To Geekdom to talk about Star Wars: Rebels, an animated show that started really great and continues getting better all the time. via Welcome To Geekdom: Jacob Tender returns to talk all about Star Wars

Welcome to Geekdom 001: We Watch A Lot of TV

I was asked to be the pilot guest on Deanna Chapman's new show Welcome To Geekdom. We talked about TV and how we watch it in a cable cutter's world. Personally, I use Plex for most of my shows so