After the murder of his father, young Arthur's power-hungry uncle Vortigern seizes control of the crown. Robbed of his birthright, he grows up the hard way in the back alleys of the city, not knowing who he truly is. When fate leads him to pull the Excalibur sword from stone, Arthur embraces his true destiny to become a legendary fighter and leader
This episode Alicia and I discuss the new Guy Ritchie flick, King Arthur - Legend of the sword. Critics and audiences did not favor this movie not one bit. But Alicia and I like Guy Ritchie and wanted to give the movie a chance (not often do we do that)
This podcast Sean and I talk about the most disappointing releases that came out this year that we had higher expectations for. Some say it was a waste of thought, other say we are blasphemous. We give our opinions on the releases and perhaps some we did not spend the energy to even give enough air time on.
For an out of the ordinary review, We decided on a new TV series on Starz to review. The critically acclaimed novel "American Gods" created by Neil Gaiman comes to TV. I mentioned this series to Alicia early last year because we both are big fans of Bryan Fuller (Hannibal, Pushing Daisies). And this show has all the creative flair of the two of them in such different ways. Check it out, it is partially complex but both horror and entertaining at the same time. Here's the series summary. Enjoy!!
The team discuss the new Ice Cube venture with basketball called "the Big 3". Old ass NBA trying to regain their Glory while playing in a televised pick up game. One of us is all in the others have some very strong opinions. Just saying
On todays Women tech talk, Alicia and I talk about the new features of Google assistant and Google home that she got to experience while she was at Google I/O. This was a good effort Google showed better thanthe previous year and a good challenge to the other two major players in the assistant realm (Alexa, Siri) as well as the home automation market. We not only have a google home now but we both downloaded the the google assistant on our Iphones as well.
This is the first time in a long time I can become a tech lover and not a follower of just Apple products. Should be a very enlightening conversation from Apple fans.
Charles Shaw is a brand of "extreme value", bargain-priced wine. ... These wines were introduced at Trader Joe's grocery stores in California at a price of $1.99 per bottle, earning the wines the nickname "Two Buck Chuck" and eventually sold 800 million bottles
Bright medium dusty garnet color. Bright, funky, fruity earthy toasty aromas of plums, black currants, toffee, and planked cedar with a crisp, dry full body and a warming, subtle, easy finish with firm, well-integrated tannins and moderate oak
We get the team together to talk draft and how once again the brilliant Seyi Omanira predicted the top 5-6 picks of the draft as we sat in awe. Trades were the most animated discussion when we discussed the state of the NBA with the Super Team GS Warriors destined to win the next 3 championships.
We end with the televised Award show that brought nothing to the conversation other than how late it was to present the seasons top players, coaches and miscellaneous fill in award
This episode of Tech Talk we review the highlights and Alicia's visit during the Google I/O conference in Mountain View Ca. Alicia compares the previous year's conference to the current one and highlights the standout issues she experienced.
Like always we break off topic comparing the other major players in their sector (Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, Samsung, Facebook) with the products and innovations that came out during this conference.
This episode, Alicia and I discuss the OS changes and the few hardware changes Apple presented during their conference in San Jose California. This was a different feel compared to the other Apple conferences. and not just because it wasn't in San Francisco. We mostly speak to our plus and minuses of what we saw and what we didn't see at the WWDC 2017 conference.