Tetch Talk Ep 2 – Peter Sunde on 15 Years Since the TPB Raid

Sometimes it’s hard to believe how long it’s been since a certain thing happened. Today it’s the turn of the Pirate Bay raid, which happened 15 years ago today. So who better to talk to about it than one of the subjects of the raid, the always delightful Peter ‘Brokep’ Sunde, the face of TPB […]
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Tetch Talk – Interview with a Glitch-Artist

So, if you saw my post from February, you’ll notice I’m experimenting with glitch-art a little, but to really appreciate it, you need to talk to an expert. So in the first of [hopfully] a series of Tetch-Talks, I talked to outstanding glitch-artist Jarid Scott. Jarid had recently started a 100-day project, where each day […]
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K`Tetch Watches… The Watch

There’s an old saying “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” – Who will guard the guards. Today, it’s more specifically “Who Will Watch The Watch”? The answer to that would seem to be ‘No one who is a Discworld fan”. There’s an old saying “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” – Who will guard the guards. Today, it’s more […]
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Pratchett & Gaiman: Lessons for Preventing an Apocalypse – Dragon Con 2019

Are you ready for the first of this years panels featuring yours truely? Tough! Because I’m going to do it anyway So first one is the Brit Track panel on the new Amazon series “Good Omens” Are you ready for the first of this years panels featuring yours truely? Tough! Because I’m going to do […]
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Dragon Con Volunteer Appreciation Day 2018

I don’t usually post about these, but this year’s different., because I’m with Dragon Con TV. Usually we’ll go to the event (First year was the Atlanta Zoo, then 2 years at 6 Flags over Georgia, Stone Mountain the next year and last year and this, it’s Dave & Busters I don’t usually post about […]
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Future of Robot Combat – Dragon Con 2017

2018 makes it 20 years since I first started with Robot Combat, joining Liverdyne Robotics in 1998, and while we could look to the past, we also have to look to the future. 2018 makes it 20 years since I first started with Robot Combat, joining Liverdyne Robotics in 1998, and while we could look […]
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