For the first time on Spill.Com, Spill Members from Great Britain and the United States bring to Spill a weekly podcast where ALL Spill members are welcome to appear as guests and speak on what's on their minds on Spill and everything else.
Jaws, Bill Cosby: Himself, Aliens, Eddy Murphy Raw,Die Hard, Predator, Star Trek, The Last Boy Scout, Groundhog Day, T2:JD, Pulp Fiction, Saving Private Ryan, Die Hard w/ a Vengeance, Braveheart, True Lies, Seven, Blade, The 5th Element, The Matrix, Fight Club, Memento, Snatch, American Psycho, Training Day, Oceans 11 & 12, 28 Days Later, Layer Cake, V for Vendetta, The Bourne Trilogy, Revolver, Batman Begins, Redbelt, MI:3, Stranger Than Fiction, Death Proof, I Am Legend, Bond 21 & 22, The Dark Knight, Seven Pounds, Taken, 500 Days of Summer, Harry Potter 5, The Time Traveler's Wife, Inglorious Basterds, From Paris with Love, The Social Network, Brooklyn's Finest, The A Team, Inception, Tron: Legacy, I Am Number Four, Source Code, Friends w/ Benefits, Limitless, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
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DUDE!! Your LDT guest spot was awesome! Why didn't you show up at SpillDOTCon? You sound like you would be the most interesting guy to hang out with and nerd out on so many subjects. I hope you get time off to make the 2013 Spill Con, because I really want to meet you in the future.
Nice work on ACOCO. The interview was very interesting. I really enjoyed hearing you talk about technology and where it will be going in the future. Did you know that they were attempting to put a unified Wi-Fi project in New England as a test area to see if they can pull it off nation wide? I don't think the test went anywhere due to lack of funding (what else?), but the goal was to give the lower middle-class who couldn't afford the internet an online connection so they can apply for jobs when most of the job makers switched over to online application processes.
Thanks for the update on the self-driving car too! That project fell off my radar because I stopped hearing anything about it after that "crash" (a human driver hit the car, not the self-driving car hitting another car) in California when Google was first funding it.