The Latest Episodes

Enjoy the latest episodes from The Nexus.

Jimmy What’s-His-Futz

Episode #480 SO #44

Ian has a new bike, Cotton Bureau is celebrating their 5th year anniversary, and Westworld is too tempting to talk about before the official review begins.

Westworld Season 2 Review

Episode #44The Fringe #480

After a long wait, we finally got a follow-up to HBO's Westworld! Does the second season hold up, does it answer the many questions we were left with, do they have more classic rock songs redone as orchestral pieces?? Ian and Brian have all those answers and more for you!

Decentralized Publishing

Episode #33The Fringe #479

Today, more and more online content is being published on centralized platforms. That hasn't always been the case, since the internet was created as a decentralized system. Join Ian R Buck and Brian Mitchell as they explore the pros and cons of each approach, and try to figure out what the optimal way to publish content is!

Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

Episode #43The Fringe #478

Despite its status as an Anthology movie, Solo had a lot to live up to as the backstory for one of Star Wars' most popular characters. Join Ian, Mike, Dan, and Quentin for a spoiler-free overview, followed by a spoiler-filled deep dive.

SO #43 — I Delight In My Own Anger

Episode #478 SO #43

Truly, a Fringe to remember! Longer than the episode it accompanies, Mike and Ian end up talking about USB-C for a long time, and Ian reveals his unusual preferences for units of measurement.

WWDC 2018

Episode #59The Fringe #477

Brian Mitchell and Ryan Rampersad discuss WWDC 2018: iOS performance updates, watchOS maturity, tvOS surrounds, macOS in the desert and of course no long awaited hardware updates!

NS #59 — Mr. Grumplestiltskin

Episode #477 NS #59

Before the show, Paul Horn shows up, and then Brian dictates his tweet-notes to Ryan as he creates show notes in real time.

Run An Empire Preview

Episode #42

Motivating yourself to get out there and go for a run can be tough, and many apps have been created to help with that. Some tell a story, some prompt you to hit a daily goal, and some like the upcoming Run An Empire pit you against other players. After a month of trying out the beta, Ian R Buck is ready to share his impressions.