Sorry for the delay in the Geeks and Beats show notes this week, but you can blame it on me. Michael had nothing to do with it. Let’s just call it a technical screw-up that needed rectifying before my duties could be completed. It won’t happen again. Promise. Maybe.
This week we took the show on the road to the Toronto Downtown Record Show for no reason other that we like The Record Guys and we wanted to give them some love. And because they don’t charge us for a booth. Here’s what happened.
- How much are your old records really worth?
- Is this Chili Peppers cover really necessary?
- The $2,000 reward for a missing comic book.
- There’s been a breakthrough in batteries for electric cars.
- A car that removes the steering wheel from you? I don’t like it.
- Al from Happy Days is gone.
- Radio is doing just fine, thank you. (A preview of my OAB panel next week)
- Why musicians should make friends with data.
- Congratulations to Mike Frizzell, the winner of our Zik 2.0 headphones!
- And thanks to Paul Luxton for being such a mensch by co-producing this week’s show. Plus we have new interns: Kevin Ryan, Krystal Brown and Trish Cassling.
- I’ve got a music-and-tech meetup coming next week. Wanna go?
- Deadwood: The Movie.
- Is music making you fat?
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