Geekistry returns from a four month hiatus with new co-host Bryce Erwin from Taverncast. For new listeners we define what the show is about so that people aren’t mistaking us for a knitting podcast.
We have a new segment called Geekiversary which we take a special release from the past and discuss what it meant to us over time. This show’s Geekiversary is Aliens, released in July of 1986.
Another new segment is called The Ring where two classic topics clash. For our first battle we do the classic Star Trek vs. Star Wars. Who will win?
We tackle one of the biggest geek parent issues of our time: do you show your kids IV-VI first, or I-VI all the way through?
About the Author
: Michael Gaines started being a geek at a very young age. Starting with tape recorders and TI calculators, he was armed with the tools to be creative with electronics long before most people knew what a modem was. His parents were teachers which gave him the the rare super power of teaching people how to understand the devices they're using.
In college, he was a DJ at the school's radio station, and tech editor of the college newspaper. His fondness for spreading his knowledge throughout the universe has spread to the internet where he works on two podcasts: Geekistry, World Of Warcast.
Until humans can reach past Earth, he currently resides in New Jersey, writing and podcasting about the many things that help teach how things work.