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Best Norman Chan podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Norman Chan podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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This is the official podcast of Tested.com. Tested brings you the week's technology and science news, with hosts Will Smith, Norman Chan, and Jeremy Williams. There's no jargon here, just solid explanations of the week's news--and plenty of wacky tangents. Make sure you stick around after the outro for fake outtakes!
 
Posted on Tuesdays, Norm and Will discuss topics of interest with Adam--nothing is off-limits! Still Untitled covers everything from hot-button issues within the maker community to experiences from Adam's life to questions from the audience. Enjoy!
 
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Offworld
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Welcome to Offworld, a new show from the Tested network that explores the fun places where space and pop culture intersect! In each episode, host Ariel Waldman is joined by guests from the space and science community to examine a science fiction story and discuss how it holds up under some scientific scrutiny.
 
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SSPI
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This is the official podcast of the Space & Satellite Professionals International. On this channel, we release podcasts in two series: Making Leaders and Better Satellite World. Making Leaders interviews are part of our Promise2Purpose program, for which SSPI operates career education programs with student organizations in multiple countries which offer a bridge between university study and future careers in commercial space & satellite. We also work to improve the industry’s ability to enga ...
 
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As the VGAs are airing tonight, we discuss one of the VR games announced (and released!) during the show: Path of the Warrior. Kishore's back with gifts of Star Trek wine, and we discuss the week in VR game releases, trailer unveils, science, and technology news!
 
When are the best days to visit museums without big crowds? We discuss our strategies to go to attractions during the holidays, talk Dickens Fair, and gush over a recent build. Plus, we also decide on the spot to jump into a mini-Spoilercast for the most recent few episodes of Watchmen. Skip the end if you haven't seen the show yet!…
 
In this Better Satellite World episode of the SSPI podcast, Director of Development and Innovation Lou Zacharilla interviews Farmers Edge™ CEO Wade Barnes about satellites and how satellite and data-driven technologies help farmers run efficient operations while producing more food for a rapidly growing global population. Wade Barnes’s roots be ...…
 
Back from Thanksgiving, it's a duocast this week as Norm and Jeremy discuss the Cybertruck event and thoughts on Tesla's bold electric truck. Plus, the reveal of Half-Life: Alyx and what it means for the VR community and gamers alike.
 
The cave is cold so Adam puts on his Deckard coat as we recount our Thanksgiving stories with guest Jen Schachter! We chat about some favorite things to do in San Francisco, recent shows we're enjoying, and two thoroughly enjoyable builds that Adam commenced this past week!
 
In this Better Satellite World episode of the SSPI podcast, Director of Development and Innovation Lou Zacharilla interviews Richard Baldridge, Dr. Norman Jacknis and Professor Roberto Gallardo about satellites and how satellite and broadband connectivity provide rural citizens with opportunities to participate in the global economy without lea ...…
 
We're all traveling this week for the Thanksgiving holiday, so here's a vintage episode of This is Only a Test from the archive. The year is 2014. We're talking Surface Pro 3, pinball cabinets, and Comcast cancelling woes. But most importantly, a personal assistant robot named Jibo has just been announced. Enjoy!…
 
We welcome back to the podcast Zach Radding--maker of awesome things and build contributor to Savage Builds! We talk about some of his favorite tools, injection mold tooling, and the kind of prototyping work he does for companies. Plus, Adam recaps some of his adventures on the set of The Expanse, and Norm lists his favorite things from Designe ...…
 
In this Making Leaders episode of the SSPI podcast, we hear from Tony Gingiss, CEO of OneWeb Satellites. Tony holds a BS in Aerospace Engineering from Purdue University and a MS in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT. He has over 25 years of experience in the satellite and telecom industries, including roles as an Executive, Program Manager a ...…
 
What if the Soviets landed on the Moon before the United States? That's the premise of Apple TV+'s new show, For All Mankind, which explores the consequences of a "red moon" and NASA's response. Ariel is joined by Emily Calandrelli and Shannon Stirone to discuss the details of the show's alternate history, and what the show's writers took from ...…
 
On the eve of Valve's big reveal of Half-Life: Alyx, we discuss what it means to have a killer app for the VR market today, John Carmark's role shift at Oculus, Star Trek movie announcements, and Tesla's impending reveal of the Cybertruck. It's a big news week leading up to Thanksgiving!
 
Back in the cave again, we discuss our thoughts on the new Disney+ show The Mandalorian, doing our best to avoid plot spoilers (aside from what's been seen in the trailers). We also talk about the cinema influences to Star Wars, and give a big recommendation to the documentary series The Imagineering Story.…
 
In this Making Leaders episode of the SSPI podcast, we hear from Gwen Sisto, Operations and Planning Manager at OneWeb Satellites. Gwen holds a BS in Aerospace Engineering from GIT and a SM in Aerospace and Astronomy from MIT. Her career experience includes nearly 6 years at General Electric Aviation, beginning as a F404 Contract Repairs Manage ...…
 
This week, we discuss the launch of Disney+ and the first episode of The Mandalorian (no big spoilers!), Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro details, and the logistics of planning a baby's first birthday party. Plus, impressions of Stormland in the VR Minute!
 
We're recording in the Tested studio this week as Adam's shop is filled with projects we can't show yet! Adam shares his new VR workout and shares a story about Jamie, plus we discuss the first three episodes of Watchmen and the incredible performances on that show.
 
In the small window between Norm returning from a international travel and Kishore about to embark on an overseas trip, we gather the team to discuss Google's acquisition of Fitbit, the new VR game Pistol Whip, and Microsoft Research's experiments with archiving data onto sheets of glass. Plus, we ponder the viability of a LEGO competition show ...…
 
In this Making Leaders episode of the SSPI podcast, we hear from Bryan Kamm, Founder and Principal GAP Consultant at Kamm Consulting Group and Founder and Lead Advisor for the Space Coast Consortium Apprenticeship Program. Bryan holds an English Literature Bachelor’s degree with a minor equivalent in German literature from Florida Technological ...…
 
We have a special guest this week: Brady Haran, creator of the YouTube channel Numberphile! We welcome Brady to the cave and talk about the origin of Numberphile--along with Brady's other channels--his video making process, and some of his favorite Numerphile episodes.
 
On Offworld this week, Ariel is joined by guests Rose Eveleth and Laura Welcher to discuss the 1977 film Close Encounters of the Third Kind. From the culture of UFO obsessives and the idea of music as a communication tool, we look at this science fiction film's legacy in popular media and the search for extraterrestrial life.…
 
Cord-getting gets more complicated this week as Warner announces the details for its upcoming HBO Max streaming service. We break down how it compares with other streaming options, the confusion for current HBO subscribers, and how HBO might change. Plus, a Star Wars shakeup, surprise Apple Airpods release, and the problem with Daylight Savings ...…
 
Surprise! Adam took an unannounced vacation and returns from being away for two weeks traveling to Spain and Italy. We hear about his adventures in those countries and his recommendations. Plus, discussions on the most recent Godzilla movie, HBO's Watchmen show, and a few books that Will and Adam have read lately!…
 
Ariel and Adam are joined by spacesuit replica maker Ryan Nagata to talk about one of their favorite space movies, Apollo 13. We hear how the 1995 docudrama inspired Ryan to make his own spacesuits, and what the portrayal of the on-screen portrayal of the storied mission got right.
 
Duocast this week! Jeremy and Norm discuss the final Star Wars trailer for The Rise of Skywalker, HBO's Watchmen, Pixel 4 revelations, and mixed reality video recording. Plus, the search for a new case for a PC build, and one of the coolest 3D printers we've seen.
 
In this Making Leaders interview conducted at the Hall of Fame Celebration, we hear from Matt Desch, CEO of Iridium Communications and one of the three inductees to the Space & Satellite Hall of Fame in 2019. Matt became CEO of Iridium Communications in 2006 after a twenty-five year career in the telecommunications industry that included servin ...…
 
We were unable to record a new Still Untitled this week, so here's a new episode of Offworld featuring Adam! Ariel and Adam are joined by spacesuit replica maker Ryan Nagata to talk about one of their favorite space movies, Apollo 13. We hear how the 1995 docudrama inspired Ryan to make his own spacesuits, and what the portrayal of the on-scree ...…
 
Google formally announces the Pixel 4 and we discuss the unique features of Android's new flagship. Jeremy and Norm try to explain what it was like watching Gemini Man at 120 frames per second and what content might be best suited for high framerate cinematography. Plus, an intriguing new handheld gaming system, Matrix 4 casting, and the scienc ...…
 
We're joined by Tested producer Joey Fameli and special guest Eric Cheng this week to discuss filmmaking and storytelling in virtual reality and the making of our Tested VR video series. Adam shares the story of our first experiments making VR video, and what we found so compelling about the process and playing in this new format.…
 
The gang gets together to discuss the great stuff we saw at New York Comic Con, Sony's PlayStation 5 announcement, the new Picard trailer, and our favorite titles in Apple Arcade. Plus, Asgard's Wrath debuts in VR and we played some of the new Walking Dead VR game. And don't miss a Moment of Science!…
 
We're back from a weekend New York Comic Con and recap our adventures in the big city! From Adam's visit to a new armor exhibit at The Met to a surprise ride through central park, we had an incredible time both in and out of the convention. Plus, some behind the scenes stories about his latest incognito cosplay build!…
 
We review the new science fiction space film Ad Astra! Ariel and Norm are joined by Dr. Douglas Vakoch, the President of METI (Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence) to discuss the film's portrayal of space travel through the solar system, astronaut psychology, and what commercial spaceflight could look like in the near future. Spoiler warnin ...…
 
Hot off the heels of Microsoft's big Surface event, we discuss the Surface Pro X, Neo, and Duo announcements and their interesting release timing. We also revel in the return of Spider-Man to the MCU, the upcoming DC Universe crossover, and a bunch of new tech product reveals. Plus, A Moment of Science and the VR Minute!…
 
We're just days away from our annual trip to New York Comic Con, and the entire team is on deck prepping for the convention. Adam talks about his wonderful trip to TwitchCon to host the cosplay contest, the bummer of his car's break-in, and a special trip to the San Diego pier. Plus, some varied recommendations in books and games!…
 
We're on location this week at Oculus Connect 6, and joined by special guest Devindra Hardawar, Senior Editor of Engadget! The three of us chat about some recent movies, Jurassic World casting news, Amazon's new glasses, and of course, the announcements from OC6. Thanks to Devindra for guesting this week!…
 
This week, we discuss some of our favorite baseball movies and why we love the genre as non-sports fans. Plus, a long discussion about interview techniques and memorable interviews, and a few tales of close calls when it comes to making flights. We cap things off with more love for The Boys!
 
This week, we dive into the recent news of TV show and movie reboots, early iPhone 11 reviews, Donkey Kong record holder drama, and anticipation for the Switch Lite. Plus, a pre-OC6 edition of The VR Minute where we talk about HTC's Vive Cosmos and going hands-on with Tilt5!
 
In this Making Leaders interview conducted at the Hall of Fame Celebration, we hear from Greg Wyler, Founder and Executive Chairman of OneWeb and one of the three inductees to the Space & Satellite Hall of Fame in 2019. Greg founded O3B Networks, in partnership with Liberty Global, in 2007 with the goal of unlocking MEO orbit to deliver Interne ...…
 
A first for Still Untitled: we're recording in the Tested podcast studio this week! Adam kicks things off by sharing a new YouTube obsession: high-level chess game commentaries. Adam also gives a recommendation for the show Couples Therapy. Then, we roll into a Spoilercast for Amazon's new superhero show The Boys!…
 
We recap Apple's big September announcements, including pricing and content on their two new services, hardware updates, and the new iPhone lineup. Plus, we dive down into the technology behind the always-on OLED Apple Watch display, ponder Nintendo's new Switch controller accessory, and discuss new VR software out this week!…
 
We're joined this week by special guest Matt Denton, animatronics engineer and robot builder who has worked on the droids for the past few Star Wars films. Specifically, Matt was part of the team that built the various BB-8s for Episode VII! We chat with Matt about designing animatronics, the puppeteering of BB-8, and his personal robotics proj ...…
 
We get the full download of Kishore's adventures at Dragon*Con, including a roundup of his favorite cosplays, meetsups, and spontaneous shennanigans from this past weekend. We also talk USB 4, the impending iPhone event, right to repair, and FMK with streaming services. Plus, a Moment of Science and the VR minute!…
 
After a particularly intense week, we regroup to talk about the ways in which we chilled and reset ourselves over the long labor day weekend. Norm recaps his trip to Galaxy's Edge, Will read The Fall, and Adam shared his favorite cosplay he saw posted from Dragon*Con. Plus, an appreciation for the puppetry in the new Dark Crystal show.…
 
Thought last week was a big news week? The news keep on coming as we recap all the announcements from D23, including new Marvel shows, the Star Wars hotel, Disney+ details, and the new footage from The Rise of Skywalker. Plus, a full breakdown of our first trip to Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland!
 
We're back after a week out of the studio to recap Adam's trip to Silicon Con Valley Comic Con, his Star-Lord cosplay, and the awesome makers we met there. Plus, we dive into a mini-Spoilercast of the latest MCU film, Spider-Man: Far From Home!
 
In this Making Leaders interview conducted at the Hall of Fame Celebration, we hear from Henry Goldberg, Partner at Goldberg, Godles, Wiener & Wright and one of the three inductees to the Space & Satellite Hall of Fame for 2019. Henry is a leading U.S. regulatory lawyer who has been a key figure in shaping the modern commercial space industry t ...…
 
Kishore & Jeremy are joined by special guest Trace Dominguez to geek out about Spider-Man's breakup with the MCU, a new Matrix film, the web's longest running web cam going dark, and the science of popular music charts. Plus, a smattering of Apple news, the VR Minute, and yet another amazing outro by Wo Hawk!…
 
Asteroids have been the subject of numerous science fiction stories, in both destructive and constructive depictions. Joining Ariel to set the record straight on asteroids are Michael Busch of SETI and planetary astronomer Sondy Springmann. They discuss the form and composition of asteroids, the state of asteroid mining, and why there are so ma ...…
 
In a conversation with SSPI’s Robert Bell, we hear from Manwei Chan, Project Manager and team leader for the MIT team in the 2018 SSPI-SEDS Competition: Designing the Robotic Space Tug. Manwei’s team took second place in the competition with their design of a pair of Full Service SpaceTugs with highly capable robotic arms, enabling them to dock ...…
 
This week, we talk about Samsung's new Note phones, the Star Trek universe falling under one umbrella, and telepresense with RC cars. There's also new Snap Spectacles, shakeup in VR, and yes, Barbie to discuss. Plus, Kishore grosses us all out with video of a particular snail. We can't unsee that!
 
We're joined in the cave this week by special guest Sam Farrell, a friend of Adam's and the Senior Producer on Antiques Roadshow! We have a great chat with Sam learning about how the show is made, the appraisal process, and other questions we couldn't wait to ask about this beloved series.
 
This week, Ariel is joined by Dr. Christianna Taylor and science youtuber Scott Manley to talk about the movie Gravity! While the 2013 film has been picked apart in popular media, we focus on the topic of orbital debris and how real astronauts and the ISS grapple with its presence in Earth orbit.
 
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