Things get weird as Cranky and Paul discuss the most expensive high-fiber diet ever, children's rights to privacy online, overreaching schools and whether or not strippers are actually therapists. Things get even weirder when Pornhub sends your mom some very special glasses, and then there's that skittles ad... Stories mentioned in episode 110 of Nothing Serious … Continue reading In Heat! – Nothing Serious Podcast #110
We're back! Season 2 of Nothing Serious Podcast has begun! Paul, Daniel, and The Cranky Canuck are back to bring common sense to the universe with our own unique brand of humor, cynicism, and sarcasm. Struggling with a year's worth of pent-up abuse to unleash upon each other, we attempt to tackle issues of privacy, … Continue reading Whizz-bang! Nothing Serious Podcast #106
What are the implications of live-tweeting photos of people at a sting operation? Should Ann Coulter be banned from the internet? How pure are the confessions and intentions of the people serving your food? How can screwing up a single measurement cost $20+ billion dollars? Join Daniel, Steven and Paul as they struggle with these … Continue reading Ann Coulter’s Pure Confessions
While Geraldo Rivera may make some bad decisions about selfies, they're not as bad as tonight's Subway duo, monument defacing and Facebook posting genius or banning oral sex between consenting adults to "protect the children". Sticking with the general display of idiocy, Colorado town offers a bounty to shoot down government drones, bicycles get sexy … Continue reading One Hot Sub!
Steven Hodson of Winextra joins Daniel and Paul this week to talk about Call of Duty: Ghost, the next Xbox, Facebook, Yahoo, Flickr, Dailymotion, Google Glass, privacy, rainwater and more... Links mentioned in this weeks Nothing Serious Podcast: Call of Duty: Ghosts - set for November release. Will be on next-gen consoles.No Dailymotion for Yahoo … Continue reading Facebook Ghosts
We were listening to the Bobby Bones show (it's Sara's new favorite morning radio show) on the way to work, when they ran a promo asking people to call in if they ever had or would use a fake name on a date to "protect yourself because it's so easy for people to find you on … Continue reading Dating, Lying, Facebook
Dan Bull released "Stupid Injunction" as a response to the ongoing debate which is currently raging int he UK surrounding the balancing of privacy concerns versus freedom of expression. As the names of public figures alleged to have taken out ultra-restrictive gagging orders continued to circulate freely on Twitter – and newspapers from Spain to Peru … Continue reading Stupid Injunction – Privacy Vs Freedom Of Expression
If Superman were real do you think that he'd be able to keep his identity hidden in today connected world? Not having his alter ego online could send up a red flag that something is wrong and be almost as much of a risk as having drunk relatives posting stuff about him online. Then you … Continue reading Social Networks Spell The End For Superheroes Secret Identities