A recap of the highlights from the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas last week. Why nerds make better parents. Minecraft as a educational tool in schools? And the White House with a response that would make George Lucas proud.

Hosts: John KresicTom Kresic, Mike Kresic
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Mobile App of the Week:

  • App Gratis. One free app offer per day that would normally be a paid app. Kinda like Groupon for apps. Offer is good only for the day. (thanks to Violet for sharing this app suggestion on our Facebook page!)


Nerd News:


This Week in Nerd History:

  • January 13, 1910 – The first public radio broadcast takes place; a live performance of the opera Cavalleria rusticana is sent out over the airwaves from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, New York.
  • January 13, 1942 – World War II: First use of an aircraft ejection seat by a German test pilot in a Heinkel He 280 jet fighter.
  • January 12, 1957 – PIXAR’s John Lasseter is born
  • January 15, 1967 – The first Super Bowl is played in Los Angeles, California. The Green Bay Packers defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 35–10.

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  1. Great podcast, guys!  We may not have the Death Star, but it looks like we’ll have little satellites that can be deployed by fighter jets to give soldiers a better look at tha battlefield!  These little satellites (called SeeMe) can orbit Earth in about 90 minutes.  I had a nerd moment yesterday when I read that.
    Check it out:

  2. cruisesm great link Shannon. Sounds like a cool use for tech. Sending that info to a soldier’s or operative’s smartphone is definitely Bond-like.

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