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Partial Eclipse of the Heart
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Partial Eclipse of the Heart

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

I sound like Tom Waits in a good chunk of Pirillo Vlog 719. Stay hydrated, kids.

Can You Identify an Android Phone by Touch?
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Can You Identify an Android Phone by Touch?

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

Great comment from this TLDR: do you think T-Mobile’s move to get rid of all overage charges will cause an influx of people switching companies? Thanks to all of our patrons for making this TLDR possible! I don’t think you should listen to the Muppet Christ Superstar album unless your bladder is empty. Mario and […]

How Do You Raise Your Children?
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How Do You Raise Your Children?

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

This is something we think about a lot. When you’re expecting a child, your mind naturally wonders what he or she will be like growing up. What will they enjoy? Will they excel in something? Will they enjoy the things we do, or be a confusing little opposite? Ryan Underwood asked: WWYD if your child […]

How Do You Use Technology with Children?
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How Do You Use Technology with Children?

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

Alex Thomas Haddox asked us: How will you and Diana use technology to influence your child’s life in the future? I honestly have no idea. The options we have in front of us were nowhere near what we had available when either of us were growing up. I suppose we’ll take it one gadget at […]

How Much Wood Could There Be?
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How Much Wood Could There Be?

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

Luke Hebblethwaite thought he was being a smarty-pants when he asked me: How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? Since I have no Earthly idea, I thought I’d better get some help with this particular answer. I turned to my trusty sidekick Siri. Her answer? Priceless.

Is Your Life Full of Ah-Hah?
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Is Your Life Full of Ah-Hah?

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

Hopefully, you’ve been blessed to have a lifetime filled with Ah-HAH! moments. Chicky Pooze asked me: When was your greatest Ah-Hah moment in life? It’s simple: the moment I decided to start LockerGnome and give myself a shot at doing something I truly loved. Connecting people, helping them – talking to them – it’s been […]

What is The Best Weird Al Song?
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What is The Best Weird Al Song?

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

David Berkovich kindly asked: What is your favorite Weird Al song? Weirdly enough, I don’t have a favorite. I’ve always been a fan of his more quirky originals, however – like “Hardware Store” or “Happy Birthday” – or any one of his polkas. Yes, polkas. Don’t judge.

Where is teh Community?
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Where is teh Community?

Apr 15, 2014 | No Comments

Putting out an APB on Seattle-area folks who use YouTube to connect with community — like Pirillo Vlog 718?

I’ll Moon You in a Flash (Hoodie)
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I’ll Moon You in a Flash (Hoodie)

Apr 15, 2014 | No Comments

Good question after TLDR tonight: do you think that T-Mobile will ever be bought/absorbed by AT&T? Thanks to our patrons for making this TLDR possible! Wow! So this is what last night’s lunar eclipse blood moon looked like in Seattle. I can metabolize the alcohol by running around the house. Rene Belloq has stolen the […]

Has Microsoft Learned from Its Mistakes?
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Has Microsoft Learned from Its Mistakes?

Apr 15, 2014 | No Comments

Diego Acuna had a great question earlier: What do you think of the changes in Windows 8.1 Update 1, as well as the new Start menu and support for modern UI apps running in the desktop coming in the future update? Is Microsoft learning from its Windows 8.0 mistakes? I think it’s been a series […]

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