32: Various Stages of Legality
Published 6 July 2013 • Hosted by Branden Maynes and Daniel “Jelly” Farrelly
Google Reader shuts down, with multiple services popping up to fill the void; the Xbox One is going to be able to read QR codes; a “Low Violence Version” of Saints Row surfaces on Steam; Neil Gaiman is returning to his popular Sandman comic series; a 15-year-old participant in Google’s science fair invents a torch powered by human body heat; and Ars Technica takes a look at the true worth of consoles when their costs are adjusted for inflation.
Meanwhile, Jelly replaces Google Reader by simply having Bean read the news to him, causing Bean to consider charging a premium for the service. Also the boys fight over whether it’s more correct to say torch or flashlight, or if it’s math or maths.
- Google Reader (what's left of it)
- Digg Reader
- Feed Wrangler
- Reeder for iPhone adds Feedly and Feed Wrangler support as Google Reader goes dark (The Verge)
- The New Kinect Reads QR (Kotaku)
- A "Low Violence Version" Of Saints Row IV Is Being Offered On Steam (Kotaku)
- Neil Gaiman Returns To Sandman This October (Kotaku)
- 15-Year-Old Invents Incredible New Kind Of Torch (Gizmodo)
- Are the PS4 and Xbox One really that expensive, historically? (Ars Technica)