If you’ve ever asked yourself “Why on earth doesn’t Hollywood make any original moves anymore!?”, then this Nerd Nite is for you. For Episode 11 of the Nerd Nite MN Podcast, Sam Bauer talks about the popularity of adapted screenplays in the movie world today. How prevalent they are now, including specific areas (books, comics, […]
For Episode 10 of the Nerd Nite MN Podcast, Ann Miller shares her experience biking 500 miles in the ‘Habitat 500‘ ride. She shares how she prepared, how the ride itself was, and helpful information about Habitat For Humanity, and how you can help. (Hint: You don’t have to bike 500 miles to help.) Other […]
For Episode 9 of the Nerd Nite MN Podcast, Chris Nollet shares his out of this world (literally) expertise in ‘Wonder Twins Power! Project Gemini: The Little Space Program That Could’.
In what is easily the most meta Nerd Nite MN podcast yet, Math Is Hard founder, and Remaker’s Mark host Kyle DeLaHunt shares how and why he got into podcasting, and gives tips and recommendations for anyone wishing to start a podcast of their own, or even just get into listening to podcasts for the […]
If you’ve ever found yourself cursing aloud on those days when you’re upended by losing or gaining sleep thanks to Daylight Savings Time, then this Nerd Nite MN episode is for you. Here, Lawrence Lee shares his presentation ‘A Waste of Time: A Brief History of Daylight Savings Time’. Spoiler: It’s the railroad’s fault.
In Episode 6, Clay Helberg answers the question ‘What Can You Do With a Raspberry Pi?‘. He is not referring to an actual pie, but rather a cheap ($35!), tiny, and extremely flexible computer. He shows some great use cases, features how others have used the Raspberry Pi, and finally, shows you where you can […]