Intro music by Randall Marsh
Description: Weeks in Review; Questions and Answers: Crowded Car Stories, GotGv2, TV Stories ending only by cancellation, Summer Projects; Bardic Question: Futurist Projections - VR/AR, Automonous Cars, Super Cities, Utopia/Dystopia.
00:04:20. Weeks in Review.
+ Thomas Brophy (Web)
+ Ahren Buhmann (IMDB)
+ Bubba the Redneck Werewolf (IMDB)
+ Apple Responds to Hacker's Threat to Wipe Hundreds of Millions of iPhones. (Fortune)
Questions and Answers
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00:29:36. Paula Moran. Stuck in a very full vehicle carpooling to a game- Do you have any over crowded car stories?
00:33:36. Rob MacLennan. Can you talk "Guardians of the Galaxy" yet?
00:34:28. James Peters. What do the bards feel about the seeming trend of refusal to end stories except by cancellation? ...Do you feel this is a desire from fans to have something seem stable, or from producers wanting a cash cow for as long as possible? Do you feel writers have any sort of obligation to end a story once they feel it's "over"?
00:47:30. Thomas Brophy. Gents, do you have any projects in the pipeline that you're working on this summer?
+ Stratum corneum (horny layer) (Wikipedia)
00:50:22. This week's Bardic Question of the Week. What futurist projections do you see coming true over the next 30 years?
+ Space Opera RPG (Wikipedia)
+ Arcology (Wikipedia)
+ Person of Interest (IMDB)
Next podcast's Bardic Question of the Week. Where are the one or two most amazing places you've visited, and why?
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William Hawkes-Robinson, Leslie Sedlak, Jay Blanken, Rob MacLennan, Zombie Orpheus Entertainment, James Peters, Gordon D. Duke, DigbyDavis LLC, Yokona Tahashi, Douggie Sharp, Todd McKimmey, Amanda Cook, Lotta Djerf, Tom Brophy, Laura Adams, James Herbert, Adam Morey, Tim Martin, Paula Moran, Brad Roberts, Jenifer Rifenbery, and Rival Guy.
Neil deGrasse Tyson, if you're listening....
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+ Cosmos [IMDB]
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