History is full of conspiracy theories. This week, special guest Kevin Sutorius joins us as we focus on conspiracy theories from recent history. Follow us on Twitter @Nerdonomy, and don’t forget to check out the new Nerdonomy.com!
For the past few years, I have been a devoted follower of your interspace and time travelogues. Your passion for exploration and adventure, your strong sense of responsibility, and your personal moral struggles have been most inspiring to me, among many others on this planet (go to any fan convention and you’ll see what I mean).
Eric and Bryan are thrilled to welcome Eric’s wife, Martha, onto the show to discuss a topic very near and dear to her heart, the history of Mexico.
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Google is very good at many things. Web browsing, email, a wide variety other web services, and perhaps most impressive are apps. Recently Google released something truly awesome, Field Trip. What make this so unique and worthy of my praise you ask?
For starters, people like me who tend to have a general idea of what they want, but also tend to be indecisive, enjoy things that do half the work for us. Field Trip shows you a map of the area and highlights any interesting or historical landmarks including unique architecture, plus any Museums or Art Galleries nearby. When I travel, I often spend hours researching what’s worth visiting in the area, and while it’s easy to find the well-known locations, I prefer the path less traveled. Luckily, Field Trip shows you everything! I mean everything!