Yes I have.
I fucking hate people who use the word "podcast". It's an utterly ridiculous word that is completely useless and people use it simply to make themselves sound cool.
"Ooooh, I podcasted my blog today, AREN'T I A COOL INTELLECTUAL ELITE?!!"
No. No you aren't.
So what set this decision off?
Podcasting from Space
Posted by samzenpus on Tuesday August 09, @11:44AM
from the no-one-can-hear-you-podcast dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Podcasting has officially made it into orbit! According to a Geekzone article, Mission Specialist Steve Robinson delivered a short monologue off the southeast tip of Indonesia in which he described the morale of the Discovery crew at the end of their well-publicized mission: 'It's been a fantastic mission up here, absolutely amazing. Some of the hardest work that any of us have ever done. We haven't had a whole lot of sleep, and we've been extremely busy and really happy.' A transcript of the podcast as well as the MP3 itself can be found at Nasa's site."
Podcasting has officially made it into orbit? WTF? How is this any different from any other astronaut who has recorded a message in the past? Because a new retarded word was invented to describe "record a message" in the past two years, suddenly it's a new frontier?
Also, I will also punch people who use the following words:
* git' er done