We finished watching AMC’s The Walking Dead tonight (through Amazon Video OnDemand in beard stubble HD clarity) – I wouldn’t recommend it as a super zombie show. There are a few good scenes, maybe a whole episode (the second?), but overall or suffers from being a drama instead of a zombie show.
A second season, with more than 6 episodes is scheduled. As I recall, there’s new writers and some staff. Perhaps it’ll improve. And the show does make me interested in the original comic series.
Back to season one: the whole affair is fine as a regular show, and the level of gore – win it happens – is shockingly up to par coming for TV. So much of the show is filled with non-zombie action, though, and you keep waiting for The Walking Dead to enter the plot.
In this episode, we discuss what’s up with Oracle and the ASF, which leads us to also discuss that weird world of “enterprise software.” There’s probably more too.
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In this mini-episode, Charles talks about the excess of furniture, as he sees it, in the world. Audio only is also available, and in the feed if you’re subscribed to the podcast.