Are you familiar with the Spoon Theory? I've linked to wikipedia for some quick info, but there's a lot more in depth stuff available to read on. Also, I'm not an expert, so take everything I say with a grain of salt. Basically, the idea behind the Spoon Theory is that people only have a certain number of "Spoons" in a day, representing the amount of energy you have to conduct activities. For those with disabilities or mental illnesses, some tasks require more "spoons" than they would for another person, especially activities that require interacting with other people.Read More
In this episode, we jump all over the place; like talking about new wearable technology like Dick Tracy had. Speaking of Dick Tracy, who came first: Dick Tracy or Batman? Will Warlords of Draenor suck us back into WoW (Spoiler: Probably)? Will either of us buy the new PS4 or Xbox One? And what the heck are we going to do for a Christmas Show?! All that and more this week!
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That's right, we've got a lot of big stories to talk about this week: Playstation 4 news, Bungie's new title "Destiny", some Starcraft 2 updates and there's stories about Star Trek Online? Buhwhat?
Intro/Outro Music - "L3" by Skyhawk on his album "Function"
Captain's Log: Ruminating on Star Trek Online's future story
NCsoft using Epic's Unreal Engine 4 for two new MMOs
Star Trek Online introduces the Majestic Construction project
Recapping Bungie's 'Destiny' reveal
Destiny in the stars: Exploring Bungie's 10-year plan
StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm lets you recover lost games, take command during replays
Star Trek Online spotlights ships for players
Take a closer look at the DualShock 4 and PS4 Eye
PlayStation 4's Dual Shock 4, Eye camera detailed
What we learned at the PlayStation 4 event
Stahl: Star Trek Online is Perfect World's 'best-performing game'
PlayStation 4 announced
February's Star Trek Online Ask Cryptic is all about May