Sunday, April 23, 2017

Testing Podomatic Embed

I am playing with the layout to try and get the Podomatic embed worked into the main page. Many years ago it was setup that way. I really feel like since this site is mostly focust on the production of Tiger Claw Radio, you should be able to click one button and have it play.

I'm still messing with it, but the archive still steams in from the player down at the bottom.

TL;DR: Don't mind me. Just playing with podcast embeds.

Lawnboyspost1975 Plays Daytona USA on Sega Saturn

Taking  a moment to shed some light on some of the videos I enjoy, Lawnboyspost1975 (The Home of Dave) is worth checking out on his channel, here.

Friday, April 21, 2017

9 Years on YouTube and now Vidme.

After 9 years, I finally feel like YouTube has become unusable. I'll still be uploading videos, but I am having more fun on

Check out my Vid.Me Channel Here.

Mad Scientist Wheel Mod from LetsTestDrive

YouTuber “LetsTestDrive” released a video entitled “Logitech G27 Wheel Mod - How To Install Guide – Tutorial” where he took a racing wheel peripheral and replaced the wheel with a larger one. Even as person who mildly enjoys racing sims, this is some mad-scientist level modding.

LetsTestDrive's YouTube channel can be found here.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

TCR Still alive on Podomatic

Just a quick message to those of you who listen to Tiger Claw Radio by Podomatic, or by the iTunes account that Podomatic sends out. To make up for TCR not coming out there over the last month, the four missing episodes are going up on Podomatic today, and it will henceforth be regularly updated.

Thanks and have a good day.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

NES Classic Discontinued

By now I'm sure you have heard that Nintendo has pulled the plug on the NES Classic. Nintendo has now lived up to their long standing reputation of not producing enough hardware to go around and not fulfilling the market desire to have inexpensive versions of the games we grew up on.

I thought this thing was silly when it came out. The whole idea seemed to be founded on pretending the Raspberry Pi didn't exist. Now we say goodbye to the best console Nintendo has put out since the Wii.

Lol. GG Nintendo.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Richard Stallman Appeared on the Lunduke Hour

Richard Stallman, one of the most interesting individuals in computers, appeared on the Lunduke hour recently. I could not get enough. along with Bryan Lunduke being one of my favorite podcasters, this did not disappoint.

Bryan Lunduke's work can be found at