Tag Archive: Podcast


Calibrating Returns

We have returned! Nearly a month ago we took a brief hiatus from podcasting. It wasn’t planned. It wasn’t even logical, but still it happened. What is important is that we’re back baby! For today’s podcast we get back into the swing of things and discuss what we’ve been up to. Make sure you stick around to the end for a “special” minicast that was recorded while waiting on line for <em>The Dark Knight Rises</em>.

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Calibrating RTX

Time for the shortest of short podcasts that has ever shortened a podcast. A quick intro and into our big announcements about Rooster Teeth Expo. Make sure to listen and let us know if you have any questions for Matt Hullum. Also note, that despite it being a shortened more announcement related podcast, this does not mean that we have stopped rambling incoherently. That is part of our charm after all.

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ConCal Site Update

Some of you may have noticed that there has been a lack of regular news updates on Constantly Calibrating over the last couple of weeks. The reasoning for this is that trying to work on my first book and summer travel plans have eaten into my schedule. Have no fear though, for regular updates will be happening for most major upcoming events such as E3 and San Diego Comic-Con. Starting this week I will also be instituting a series of new columns on the site each and every weekday. Here is a rundown of what to expect from this point out:

Mondays – Starting today I will be writing a weekly column called “Creative Day” (Seriously, if anyone has a better name for this just recommend please.) “Creative Day” will be focused on whatever random thing I feel like writing about in that moment. This week’s article will likely focus on my opinions of cruises, seeing as I’m currently on one. Then again I haven’t written it yet, so maybe my opinion will change in the next few minutes.

Tuesdays – Tuesdays will be weekly editions of “Shut Up and Take Our Money!”, which will focus mostly on Kickstarter campaigns I’m currently fond of, but may transition into any other awesome nerdy items I happen upon in my internet travels. If you see a Kickstarter you would like me to discuss you can post it here.

Wednesdays – Comics are the focus of Wednesdays. Coming up with a name for Comics is also a goal I’m working on. My wife and I started reading (rereading in my case) the Marvel Ultimate Universe of comics last week and I thought it might be interesting to write-up a combination review, commentary, rantathon each week for what we’ve read.

Thursdays – Thursdays will switch off each week to every three weeks between two columns. The first is our incredibly popular “RetroRewind”. For those not familiar, in “RetroRewind” I take a look at older games and do a bit of commentary and review. You hopefully are familiar with my Leisure Suit Larry series I did last month. If you would like to recommend a game for me to play, let me know in the comments, on Facebook, or Twitter.

All other weeks we will feature a column called “Active Play”. In “Active Play” I will simply discuss what I’m actively playing. Funny how that works. Any topic related to video games may be featured, so we’ll see what I think of for this week.

Thursdays, starting again June 7th, will continue to be the release day for new episodes of “Constantly Calibrating” hosted by myself and the lovely and talented Steven Needham.

Fridays – “A Week(ish) in News” makes its semi-triumphant return! I’m not dropping news all together, but instead moving it into a variety column of sorts for Fridays. All news related to all things nerd culture can, and will, be featured from the prior week.

That about covers the upcoming changes to Constantly Calibrating; more is still to come so stick around for news and announcements as we think of them!

Episode 9 of Constantly Calibrating is brought to you buy choking on coconut water. We however bring you some information on the Stamford Zombie Walk happening this Summer as well as some Phoenix Comic-Con and Nerdist discussion.

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On today’s podcast Steven and I are frelling exhausted. As such I have decided to leave the podcast unedited for your listening..ummm….pleasure? On this episode we discuss The Avengers and its earth-shattering earthyness. We also get constantly distracted. It’s fun!

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Hey we’re back with episode #6 of Constantly Calibrating. For today’s podcast we finally fix the snags we previously experience with Skype and get our good friend Brad Coggins on the podcast. Brad is a huge fan of World of Warcraft and takes the time to give us some info on the ongoing Mists of Pandaria beta. He also fills Steven and I in on the Diablo 3 open beta. The three of us delve into our secret nerd shame as well. Have a listen and let us know what you think!

This episode is available on iTunes.
Also, feel free to add our RSS feed to your choice aggregator.
You can try this direct download link as well, if you wish.

For the time being we have abandoned posting a streamable version of the podcast directly to the site until we can get it working properly.

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