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Separated by hundreds of miles and a state border, modern technology now allows Noah and Eddie to continue their chats and rants and let everyone else listen in.
 
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A podcast where we invite definitely-real film crew members to record commentary for movies.Please don't fact-check us.
 
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Featuring: Bryan playing Vanessa Hudgens on a bad day, Amy lobbying for High School Musical 2 to win an Oscar, Katie being unable to finish a single sentence without a brief but passionate laughing fit, and Andrea being a graceful and wealthy cynicist. WARNING: this one required some careful editing. Vanessa Hudgens has lived a full life prompt ...…
 
In the maiden voyage of CommentFakers, a group of film crew members from the 2011 movie “The Three Musketeers” get together to record a dvd commentary and discuss lawsuits, coloring books, and what Orlando Bloom’s kitchen smells like. https://ia601508.us.archive.org/25/items/commentfakerspodcast_Ep1/Ep%201.mp3…
 
Which is the lamest: Microsoft makes its last keynote presence at CES, Macworld continues its metamorphosis into iWorld, or SOPA & PIPA fail to slow online piracy? Google gets nominated to the Lame List for its Google+ Your World and is joined by America’s ‘honorable representatives’ for calling people “nerds.” Picks of the Episode are iBallz a ...…
 
This year-end episode delivers the Lamest of the Year 2011 (cough, Netflix, cough, Google TV) and also the Picks of the Year (iOS Developers and The Muppets) Plus Santa delivered an early Christmas gift to Noah: Adobe ending development of Flash for phones and other mobile devices. And both Eddie and Noah raise a glass to the health of WebOS an ...…
 
Steve Jobs has died; the iPhone 4S and its digital assistant Siri live; and Netflix can’t make up its mind. Lame List nominations go to Wired magazine for its frustratingly unusable iPad app, and to the overly misused word “real” as a modifier. Picks of the Episode are the Portland Timbers and the recently rediscovered Mysterious Cities of Gold ...…
 
Ray from 2PStart! returns for our annual Summer Movie Episode, featuring Cars 2, The Hangover Part 2, Transformers 3, and Harry Potter 7.2. But first the trio dish out Lame List nominations to Netflix, OS X Lion, and patent troll Intellectual Ventures. Plus: Noah extols the virtues of Marathon for the iPad, Eddie explains how Dodgeball is alway ...…
 
According to one of our listeners in Taiwan, a 14.0 earthquake was predicted as truth. But maybe that was just Microsoft buying Skype. Another listener’s question prompts a discussion of Google’s new Chromebooks and Music Beta. Lame List nominations go to the poor uses of QR Codes and iPad Apps that don’t support dual orientation. Picks are the ...…
 
Amazon and Time Warner are streaming music and TV to the chagrin of some. Meanwhile Noah is distracted by his new iPad 2. And is Android still open? Lame List nominations go to David E. Kelley for his Wonder Woman TV pilot and Apple for failing to include a Calculator on the iPad. Picks are the new CBS TV series “Chaos” and Instapaper.…
 
The New York Times starts to charge online readers, states want Amazon to charge sales tax, and Twitter tries to find some way to make money. Lame List nominations go to Daylight Savings Time and anyone who called the launch of the iPad 2 a “failure.” Picks are the Tron Legacy soundtrack and the death of the Zune.…
 
Listener feedback starts off this episode (including a listener-submitted Lame List nomination), followed by the return of our SkyMall segment and a discussion of HP’s newly-announced phones and its upcoming TouchPad. Portland television station KGW and the Maryland Department of Corrections earn Lame List nominations from Eddie and Noah, while ...…
 
Hear all about Noah’s experiences with Google’s Cr-48 Chrome Notebook. And unlike the iPad, it supports Flash (but soon won’t support the H.264 video format). Plus, find out what is the most ‘not lame’ thing of 2011 to date! Lame List nominations go to blink® and professional Apple analysts, both of which don’t provide a valuable service. Picks ...…
 
Look back at the Lamest items of 2010 in this final episode of the year. (Both of them begin with the letter G) Of course, there were also winners, including browsers and the iPad. And if you’re still looking for gifts, Noah and Eddie give some recommendations for what’s Lame and what’s Not Lame.
 
TV on the Internet or the Internet on TV is the theme of this holiday season episode, as Eddie and Noah scrutinize Google TV and Hulu Plus. Lame List nominations are given to the “free” Find My iPhone feature and Qwest’s unconscionably slow Internet service. Picks of the Episode are Mashup Breakdown and Put This On…
 
Microsoft takes center stage this episode, from its new Kinect gaming technology to its “To the Cloud!” commercials. But don’t forget about iTunes Ping! (or maybe do forget about it) Lame List nominations also go to the new Smurfs and Yogi Bear movie trailers. Picks of the Episode are Amazon Remembers, Grooveshark and Damn You Auto Correct!…
 
Returning from a break, Lame List nominations abound: Gap, iTunes 10, MySpace, and even Disney Windows Phone 7 and the new Apple TV face Noah and Eddie’s new Lame/Not Lame gauntlet. Plus there are the typical diversions discussing Pixar, The Social Network and more. Picks of the Episode are Scala’s haunting cover of Radiohead’s “Creep” and the ...…
 
Ray joins Noah and Eddie to answer the summer’s biggest question: Are Videogames Art? Oh, and iPhone 4-Gate. Dunh, dunh, DUNH! Lame List nominations include Skype, “starting at $5″ stickers and parodies of parodies. Picks of the Episode are Inception, Jamba Juice’s Cheeseburger Chill smoothie and Thao with the Get Down Stay Down.…
 
The new iPhone 4 hasn’t jumped on the 3D bandwagon, but that doesn’t mean no one’s interested. Plus we verify listener feedback, and there’s a new SkyMall Selection you can nail into a tree. Eddie can’t decide whether to nominate Walt Mossberg or Steve Jobs for the poor interview at D8. Noah nominates people who have the nerve to tell other peo ...…
 
After the latest vacation, it’s time for another SkyMall Selection, this time featuring headbands and earclips. And Google seems to think it’s taking over the world with its Android operating system. Is it? Noah nominates Evernote to the Lame List for not fulfilling its basic premise and Eddie nominates music labels who thought their latest dup ...…
 
Canada (home of the real Vancouver) is the latest listener-submitted Lame List Nomination, because of its iTunes Gift Card regulations. Eddie nominates Pixar for announcing a sequel to his least favorite Pixar film and Noah nominates Gizmodo for ‘outing’ the Apple employee who ‘lost’ his iPhone prototype. And speaking of iPhone prototypes, what ...…
 
Our first listener-submitted Lame List Nomination is given to Eddie based on his opinion of the prefix “bi,” and another listener prompts a discussion of the amusing Viacom v. YouTube legal battle. Lame List nominations are given to craigslist for stubbornly sticking with a poor interface and movie theater chains for raising prices without a co ...…
 
Newspaper web sites are beginning to charge for access to their web sites and both Noah and Eddie have some thoughts about that. But not before Noah shares another Mexico Moment. Lame List nominations are given to ‘more’ links and Microsoft’s name for their next mobile phones (Windows Phone 7 Series). The lone pick for the Episode is Disney’s G ...…
 
Eddie recaps the (last?) Macworld Expo for Noah but not until after the two of them respond to listener feedback from recent episodes and Noah promises not to bring up politics anymore. Lame List nominations are given to iSuppli’s “teardown” of the iPad and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg for ending the age of privacy. Picks include the Muppets Stud ...…
 
Yes, Apple’s iPad is the topic of discussion for this episode. That includes the introduction of iBooks, its lack of Flash, the controversial App Store and more. Lame List nominations are given to the unprecedented use of the filibuster and Unauthorized Simpsons Biographer John Ortved. Picks include Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson’s album “Break ...…
 
A baby has been added to the crew, but that doesn’t stop Noah and Eddie from returning to the even-more-relevant topic of tablet computers and even-less-relevant topic of RealNetworks. Lame List nominations are given to Pat Robertson for his “true story” and the movie studios for their “licensing agreements”. Picks include feedly.com and liveda ...…
 
After first catching up on listener comments, Noah and Eddie debate the hows and whys of the rumored tablet computer (and why it’ll be more expensive than you hope). Lame List nominations are given to the FTC’s new guidelines for bloggers, and unnecessary page-flipping animation. Picks (Righteous Satisfaction?) include the Flash-blocking browse ...…
 
Three years later, Noah and Eddie return to the topic of digital music on the heels of Apple’s now-annual September music event, which brings updates to iPods and iTunes. Lame List nominations are given to ASCAP & BMI for trying to collect royalties on 30-second song previews and to Disney for crippling its web site for iPhone users. Picks incl ...…
 
The life and death of the American newspaper is the main discussion topic for this episode. Noah and Eddie also respond to listener feedback from the last episode, which leads to a brief discussion of Snow Leopard. Lame List nominations are given to machine-based translation services and Radio Shack’s ill-advised new marketing campaign. Picks i ...…
 
Ray from 2PSTART returns to discuss the 2009 Summer Movie Season, including the sequels to Transformers and Terminator franchises, plus Land of the Lost, Funny People and whether or not the newest Harry Potter is the best or worst of the series. Lame List nominations are given to an entitled New Yorker’s lawsuit, Twitter users and Apple (again! ...…
 
New search engines Bing and WolframAlpha are discussion topics this episode, but not before Noah and Eddie respond to listener feedback about the Palm Pre and iPhone 3.0. Lame List nominations are given to Apple for being a whiny baby about Microsoft’s ads and Google for introducing… well, nothing yet, really. Picks include a shockingly reasona ...…
 
Noah and Eddie discuss the good and the lame of the newly-released iPhone software, hardware and prices. Plus AT&T & Palm Pre … and a Mexico Moment. Lame List nominations are given to those who overstate Twitter’s importance in Iran and a beauty pageant winner/loser. Picks include a pair of homeless Sims and the strange things people overhear i ...…
 
Eddie’s back from abroad (and Noah’s still abroad) to answer listener comments, specifically about the topic of netbooks. Predictions are made regarding the next iPhone and the soon-arriving Palm Pre and Zune HD. Nominations to the Lame List include a three-time winner (who really should’ve learned by now) and two thoroughly lame quotes from th ...…
 
Thanks to listener comments, we revisit the topics of Pepsi, Twitter and Facebook before starting a new discussion about Microsoft’s latest TV ad campaign. Nominated to the Lame List is a celebrity who doesn’t know how to type correctly and those who judge Susan Boyle unfairly. Picks include a pair of Twitter clients and the new HD version of a ...…
 
Ray from 2PStart.com visits The Lame Show studio in order to respond to last episode’s Safari 4 Beta discussion. Also discussed are Twitter and the new, improved(?) Facebook. Nominated to the Lame List are the leakers of the upcoming Wolverine movie, URL shortening services and the Tropicana carton redesign. Picks include the return of long-dor ...…
 
Animation is the main topic of discussion, but not before Eddie reveals the identity of his new phone to Noah, who has a few questions. Nominated to the Lame List in this episode are WordPress hackers/spammers and the Academy of Arts and Sciences (possibly the same people?). Picks include Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Batman: The Brave and the ...…
 
Tim from 2P START! joins the hosts for a discussion of video game console holiday sales. Nominated to the Lame List is the saber-rattling regarding the Palm Pre, the speculation surrounding Steve Jobs’ illness and the failure of online inauguration coverage. Picks include the Obama Technology Agenda, Duplicity and Lego Indiana Jones (for XBox, ...…
 
2009 begins with a new microphone for Eddie, plus the return of the fun SkyMall segment. Nominated to the Lame List are Associated Content for believing ‘Where the Hell is Matt’ is a hoax, and the iTunes Plus upgrade price/policy. Picks include the Danny Boyle film Slumdog Millionaire and the Star Wars Mimobot Designer USB Flash Drives. Noah gr ...…
 
The Lamest of the Year awards go to Hollywood and Apple, while Picks of the Year go to Google Chrome and… Hollywood? Also discussed are the popular holiday items in Mexico versus America. Car antlers? Oh, and some small news like Steve Jobs won’t be giving the Macworld Expo keynote. Oh, and Apple won’t be attending Macworld Expo anymore.…
 
Lame List nominations go to Discover Card for encouraging people to be irresponsible and MySpace for forcing people not to be. Picks for this episode are Tom Noddy’s Bubble Magic and the opening of social networking sites like Facebook and Google Friend Connect. The Simpsons episode parodying Apple is debated. Is it devastating commentary or ju ...…
 
Lame List nominations go to the gee-whiz election technologies employed by the news networks during election night and UPS for being just as lame as always. Picks for this episode are U2′s remastered “Under A Blood Red Sky” CD & DVD and Girl Talk’s “Feed the Animals” album. The topic for discussion is smartphones, including Apple’s iPhone, Goog ...…
 
For the first time in the history of the show a surprise Lame List nomination is given out! Wait for it! First, the regular Lame List nominations are handed out to two broadcast networks: CNN and CBS. One for a legitimate reason and one for a much pettier reason. Picks for this episode are Keane’s new album “Perfect Symmetry” and The Big Pictur ...…
 
After two years of podcasting, Noah and Eddie revisit the topic of the first episode: Apple’s September music event introducing new iPods and iTunes. Oh, and new Zunes, too. But Apple is also the recipient of a Lame List nomination due to its App Store debacle. Amazon.com gets the competing nomination, now that ‘Video On Demand’ has mucked up t ...…
 
Ray from 2PStart.com returns to recap the Summer Movie Season with Noah and Eddie. If you don’t like the topic, don’t worry, we get off-topic at least three times. Lame List nominations are handed out for the death of Don LaFontaine, the green screening of John McCain, and the Clone Wars (doesn’t rhyme). Picks for this episode are the precursor ...…
 
Warner Bros. gets the first Lame List nomination of this episode for bumping the release date of the next Harry Potter movie. Then it’s on to text messaging Obama’s running mate. Picks for this episode are a new search engine with a unique focus and a notebook mouse Microsoft has marketed in a new way. Topics for discussion include Microsoft’s ...…
 
Apple gets a Lame List nomination in this episode due to the NDA of its iPhone SDK, KWIM? And the (lack of) availability of the Wii Fit is lame enough to warrant multiple nominations. Picks for this episode are both available on the iTunes Store: the Watchmen Motion Comics and Joss Whedon’s Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog. Topics for discussion ...…
 
The folks behind Adium lead this week’s Lame List nominations, followed by Wikipedia, for reasons obvious and not-so-obvious. Picks for this episode are music albums: one a non-commercial release from Rhymefest (for legal reasons) and the other a slightly more commercial album from a little band called Coldplay. Topics for discussion include: M ...…
 
Guest Josh Pigford from The Apple Blog drops by to discuss Apple’s announcements at WWDC: the new iPhone, Snow Leopard, Steve Jobs’ weight-loss program… But first they make their Lame List nominations: The iPhone is coming to Mexico, so why isn’t Noah excited about that? Can eBay actually get worse? What’s the deal with bugs? Picks this episode ...…
 
Ray from 2Pstart.com returns to debate the 2008 summer movie season with Eddie & Noah. You’ll be SHOCKED to hear what they aren’t looking forward to. But first is the Lame List, featuring a summer movie that’s already been released, a Nintendo accessory that isn’t living up to its potential and perennial favorite Microsoft for Windows Se7en. Pi ...…
 
Backward is now the new forward, so things kick off with The Lame List. NBC is the target of ire this episode, for differing reasons. Then Eddie and Noah both go back 10 years for their fruity picks. News items discussed include the sellout of WWDC, rumors of the next generation iPhone and how well Blu-ray players are selling (not!). Does it re ...…
 
Everything is backwards in this episode! Instead of being near the end, the Lame List is first, highlighting ‘the worst’ newspaper tech columnist and Microsoft accidentally letting one of its beta products expire without explanation. Picks of the Week immediately follow, featuring some casual work-delaying games and an audiobook of a classic no ...…
 
Noah has returned from New York City, where he purchased Leopard from the city’s famed Apple Store. Now that both he and Eddie have upgraded, they compare notes on the latest update to Mac OS X and iLife. Another of Noah’s New York purchases figures into the Lame List nominations, as does an application that doesn’t play nice with the big cat. ...…
 
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