This week Ian and Ben are joined by Frank to take a look at recent changes made to the site. There’s also a late appearance by friend of the show Doug. But first, Ian brings us today’s headlines.
PancakeBot prints flapjacks in any shape you can trace.
Lucid Physics for 3dsmax is out.
What’s stupid this month: Xerox patents sharing documents online.
Warrantless stingray case finally arrives before federal appellate judges.
US Commerce Department wants courts to be kinder, gentler to file sharers.
Then Ben brings us a few more headlines.
What The Hell YouTube?
Netflix Picks up ‘Stretch Armstrong’ Series from Hasbro Studios.
‘The Angry Birds Movie,’ Now With Piss-Swapping and Piss-Swallowing Gags.
WATCH: New Trailer Arrives for LAIKA’s ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’.
Jared Hess to Write and Direct ‘NickToons’ Film.
The Life and Death of the Flash Cartoon.
Moving on to the main topic for this episode, Ben discusses with Ian why he feels it’s important to have your own site and not simply a profile on social media. He asks the guys to take a look at what the site used to look like. Then he tells us about going from looking at portfolio plugins to deciding to change to GridStack – Responsive Agency WordPress Theme. He shows them the demo page for the theme and then asks them to click around NoRightsProductions.com to give him feedback. They share their opinions that he should keep on keepin’ on.
All three hunker down for some movie trivia. Who will emerge victorious this episode? Tune in to find out!
Then, as things are wrapping up, Doug joins in to say hi to everybody. Fun times are had.
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