“You can guarantee that as an adult, if someone were to tell you to say thank you, you would be defensive because you don’t want to be told what to do. Invite your child to join you in showing appreciation. Don’t just tell them.”
It’s another episode of Comical Podcast, and this time, hosts Justin and Miguel are joined by special guest Joe Keatinge who shares his opinions on his books Hell Yeah, Shutter, and Tech Jacket.
For this week’s episode of The Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe Podcast, host Steven Novella is joined by his mates Rebecca Watson, Bob Novella, Jay Novella, and Evan Bernstein, where they talk about the AWARE (AWAreness during REsuscitation) study results confirming that NDE (near-death experiences) have not shown any quantifiable evidence of life after death.
But first, Steve and Rebecca discuss whether palm trees are actually trees or not.
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In this episode of IGN’s Keepin’ Reel Podcast, hosts Jim, Roth, and Chris dish out their speculations on Captain America 3, which will supposedly take place during the Civil War. Interestingly enough, Robert Downey, Jr. is negotiating to join the movie, where he is supposedly playing the antagonist as surprise — Tony Stark. So what does this mean for Cap?
Ultra Street Fighter IV will receive a big update on its version 1.04 patch, which includes Balance Changes, Omega Mode, Updated Trials, and more. It is due to come out shortly after the Capcom Cup Tournament which will be held on 13th of December.
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The Federal Trade Commission has announced that Sony Computer Entertainment America will settle false advertising claims related to the technical abilities of PlayStation Vita. Sony will offer a $25 cash refund or a $50 voucher on a select SCEA games and services to those early adopters of the console.
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Assassin’s Creed: Unity will start rolling in the third patch that will address game crashes, animation issues, and network glitches. Ubisoft has confirmed it through their Live Updates page that will include more than 300 bug fixes.
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Activision has a tough stance against revealing the glitches in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare that were uploaded in YouTube videos according to reports. An example is Machinima, which sent out a warning to its partners last week telling them to “be careful”.