The Latest Episodes

Enjoy the latest episodes from The Nexus.

Phobohetic of Stairs

Episode #52The Fringe #14

Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl discuss Nintendo's apologies, Dish's 4G and Voice, Amazon's S3 reductions, Apple's iTunes 11 late release, how Google brought December back and why integration of Google+ into Google Play is great, how Windows 8 likely did outpace Windows 7 in upgrades and the next Windows is going Blue.

One Is The Loneliest Number

Episode #2

In this episode, Andrew talks about security, wars, file transfers, web servers, Raspberry Pis, and blog themes.

Site Updates

Episode #13

Ryan briefly mentions the site updates he's made over the last few days.

EB #12

Episode #12

Ian Buck and Ian Decker briefly join Ryan and Matt in the Nexus Studio 001 before Eight Bit #12.

Attention Deficit—Oh Shiny!

Episode #12The Fringe #12

On this short Thanksgiving episode, Ian Buck and Ian Decker discuss the Wii U's first weeks of success, an Xbox in the form of an Apple TV, and a tiny review of The Walking Dead and Skyfall.

CS #1

Episode #11

Andrew Bailey and Ryan Rampersad talk about At The Nexus totally faking its end, Andrew's the pwnerer inspired bit about ATN ending, and their recording equipment.

What’s For Dinner?

Episode #1The Fringe #11

Andrew Bailey and guest Ryan Rampersad discuss hard computer science topics like discrete cosine transforms and mapping real things to 3d models, along with backups, Bitcoin, bad things, old things, fiber optics, open source, and more.

EB #11

Episode #10

Ian discovers the depth of Ryan's treacherous lies and Ian and Hayden giggle profusely.

Fine Elegant Pointer Finger

Episode #51

Matthew Petschl and Ryan Rampersad begin their second year of pocasting with a discussion on Ballmer's impressions, WordPress and BitCoin, why AMD might be selling out, how page turning is now patented and why everyone should be lamenting the termination of Steven Sinofsky from Microsoft.

ATN #51

Episode #9

Ryan and Matthew discuss their long absence from the network and why they left for so long.