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Zane C Weber

Zane owns and runs a fledgling podcast network - That's Not Canon Productions - in Brisbane, Australia. A Graphic Designer by day and performer by night. In between he hosts numerous podcasts and is passionate about helping others find their place in the podcasting workd!
Recent episodes featuring Zane C Weber
Scream 3 (2000)
Second Take Podcast
This week Sebastian, Alex, and Jordan discuss Scream 3Like us and continue the discussion on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram our Website, our Patreon or pay our network a visit.Facebook: www.secondtakepodcast.comPatreon: www.thatsnotcanonproductions.comLove our artwork? So do we! Visit Crikey Dave at to check out his amazing workAbout this episode:This movie it red hot garbage. Avoid it at all costs.Like us and continue the discussion on Facebook, Twitter, our Website,OR consider giving to our Patreon,AND, find all of our sister podcasts at www.thatsnotcanonproductions.comLike us and continue the discussion on Facebook, Twitter, our Website,OR consider giving to our Patreon,AND, find all of our sister podcasts at
JFK Part 1
Elvis Lives
In this episode Julie & special guest Sherryl-Lee Secomb from An Idiot on Stage, take a look at just one of the conspiracy theories that surround the 35th American President John F. Kennedy.EPISODE (2019). John F. Kennedy. [online] Available at: [Accessed 4 Nov. 2019] (2019). John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories. [online] Available at:'s_marksmanship [Accessed 4 Nov. 2019].Subscribe to us on ITUNES, STITCHER, SPOTIFY, RADIOPUBLIC or your podcatcher of choice.Find us on FACEBOOK or online
My Cabana
The Humour Experiment
Hey Hey! We’re back friends! This week we have Annie and Bree with us again for some laughs and a rap. Be sure to leave your comedy inspiration in the review section. What makes you laugh?The Humour Experimentthehumourexperiment.com us on FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM or EMAIL us!
Rabbits, Baby It’s Cold Outside, The Glass Canon Podcast
It’s November so we’re going for a Fiction theme for NaNoWriMo. Zane goes back to one of the originals in podcast fiction land with Rabbits, Liz looks at an audio drama designed to create awareness of homelessness through storytelling with Baby It’s Cold Outside and Patrick gets down with his inner and outer nerd with The Glass Cannon Podcast. Then it’s on to last week’s reviews!Liz Recommends - Baby it’s Cold Outside O’Dowd and Anne-Marie Duff star in this three act radio drama that delves into the difficulties faced by those who find themselves homeless, especially around the holidays. Liz was particularly tickled with this one because not only was it a good dramatic production, but it was created with to raise funds for the homeless. Liz thinks using theatre and drama for social good is very good indeed.“Written by award winning screenwriter Regina Moriarty and directed by Virginia Gilbert, the show is a thought-provoking journey, finding humour in the darkness whilst hitting home the impact of homelessness in the UK.“Baby, It's Cold Outside was developed by Duck Soup Films, in association with Crisis. It marks the launch of Fremantle's scripted podcast label, Storyglass, which will commission and develop original scripted ideas from storytellers around the world.”For Both: listen to the whole thing from the start. It’s short. Recommends - The Glass Cannon Podcast you say? I don't ordinarily deal in fiction when it comes to podcasts but I suppose I'll make an exception considering the circumstances. As you may well know I'm a huge fan of D&D, and this podcast is D&D adjacent. These guys are playing Pathfinder, which is D&D for nerds, it has more nitty gritty rules. They're hilarious and terribly entertaining and there's a plethora of episodes so please enjoy.For Zane and Lizne: Start from the beginning Recommends - Rabbits our Fiction special Zane thought that he would recommend the frist audiodrama serial he ever listened to - Rabbits. Rabbits is a documentary/docudrama that follows one womans investigation of her friends disappearance and her possible involvement in a shadowy secret society that orchestrates a decades-long life and death game.For Pat & Liz: From the start. to us on ITUNES, STITCHER, SPOTIFY, RADIOPUBLIC or your podcatcher of choice.Find us on FACEBOOK, TWITTER or INSTAGRAM.
Drones, Take Two & Stargate
Nerds Amalgamated
Welcome, hello, G’Day, hi, we are glad to announce the latest episode from Nerds Amalgamated is here. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed recording it for you. Also as Supanova Brisbane has now happened we have to say thank you to all those who stopped by the booth, it was fantastic to meet you all. We hope everyone enjoyed the week end and have lots of photos to remember how cool it was. It was awesome seeing so many amazing cosplayers and catching up with our friends from Comics2Movies, the Sons of Obiwan, Jamie Johnson, Super Tee, Cyanide Pop Press among so many others. First up this week we have facial recognition drones being utilised by Police Scotland to help find people who get lost. That’s right folks, AI drones using facial recognition to find individuals. Now, we know what you are thinking, hang on, this is a problem, next we know it will be used for… You will need to listen in to find out more. But we are sure you will enjoy it and have a laugh. Second, we have news that is promising for game developers and gamers all over the world. Yep, that is a bold claim, but we are sure you will agree when you hear it. Those legends at Take Two have discussed the future of gaming and the expectations of a drop in the costs of game development. What is suggested is great and worth looking forward to. We have some fun on this topic and really get into it. Our third topic for the week is about Stargate Command. No, the Goa'uld aren’t attacking, and the Wraith haven’t found the way through the Stargate to our universe. No, it is sad news, but possibly good news also. That’s right, a little bit of good news to look forward to that off sets the bad news. Now for the fans of Stargate this news is pretty big, and for those who need to evolve their appreciation then you better hurry up. The Professor and Buck are now contemplating a marathon viewing based on this news. Want to know what this news is you know what to do. As normal we have the shout outs, birthdays, remembrances, and special events. As always, thank you for listening, take care of yourselve’s, look out for each other and stay hydrated.Facial Recognition Drones - Two’s hot take on Next gen - shutting down Stargate Command - currently playingBuck– Call OF Duty WW2 -– Call Of Duty WW2 - Did Not PlayOther topics discussedDrone Interrupts soccer match- police anti drone guns- Kong bans make up- Kong ban masks- police use eagles to hunt drones-‘Missing’ Icelandic tourist- Aspie Life (PC Game)- Mallozzi’s blog post on the future of Stargate Command site- Melbourne Brown Coats (Firefly & Serenity fan club in Melbourne Victoria)- Hynd (Call of Duty : WWII Character voiced by David Tennent)- Monuments Men (2014 war film directed by George Clooney, and written and produced by Clooney and Grant Heslov.)- (also known as Shuttle Remote Manipulator System (SRMS))- Run 2- (2003 American superhero film directed by Ang Lee based on the fictionalMarvel Comicscharacter of the same name.)- Ferrigno (American actor, fitness trainer, fitness consultant and retired professional bodybuilder)- Incredible Hulk (2008 American superhero film directed by Louis Leterrier based on the Marvel Comics character the Hulk, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Universal Pictures)- Nov 1922 – In Egypt, British archaeologist Howard Carter and his men find the entrance to Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valley of the Kings. Thus, began a monumental excavation process in which Carter carefully explored the four-room tomb over several years, uncovering an incredible collection of several thousand objects. The most splendid architectural find was a stone sarcophagus containing three coffins nested within each other. Inside the final coffin, which was made from solid gold, was the mummy of the boy-king Tutankhamen, preserved for more than 3,000 years. Most of these treasures are now housed in the Cairo Museum. - Nov 1942 – Disobeying a direct order by Adolf Hitler, General Field Marshal Erwin Rommel begins a retreat of his forces after a costly defeat during the Second Battle of El Alamein. The retreat would ultimately last five months. The Allied victory in the Second Battle of El Alamein was a huge morale boost after a long period of attrition in North Africa, and it made a national hero out of General Montgomery. - Nov 1973 – The Netherlands experiences the first Car-Free Sunday caused by the 1973 oil crisis. Highways are used only by cyclists and roller skaters. - Nov 1992 - George Klein, Hamilton, Ontario-born Canadian inventor who is often called the most productive inventor in Canada in the 20th century. His inventions include key contributions to the first electric wheelchairs for quadriplegics, the first microsurgical staple gun, the ZEEP nuclear reactor which was the precursor to the CANDU reactor, the international system for classifying ground-cover snow, aircraft skis, the Weasel all-terrain vehicle, the STEM antenna for the space program, and the Canadarm. He died at the age of 88 in Ottawa,Ontario - Nov 2008 – Michael Crichton, American author, screenwriter, and film director and producer best known for his work in the science fiction, thriller, and medical fiction genres. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films. His literary works are usually within the action genre and heavily feature technology. His novels epitomize the techno-thriller genre of literature, often exploring technology and failures of human interaction with it, especially resulting in catastrophes with biotechnology. Many of his novels have medical or scientific underpinnings, reflecting his medical training and scientific background. He wrote, among other works Congo,Sphere,Jurassic Park, Rising Sun & The Lost World. Films he wrote and directed included Westworld,Coma, The Great Train Robbery, Looker, and Runaway. He died from lymphoma at the age of 66 in Los Angeles, California - Nov 2014 – S. Donald Stookey, American inventor. He had 60 patents in his name related to glass and ceramics, some patents solely his and others shared as joint patents with other inventors. His discoveries and inventions have contributed to the development of ceramics, eyeglasses, sunglasses, cookware, defense systems, and electronics. He was a research director at Corning Glass Works for 47 years doing R & D in glass and ceramic development. His inventions include Fotoform, CorningWare, Cercor, Pyroceram and Photochromic Ophthalmic glass eyewear. He died at the age of 99 in Rochester, New York - Birthdays4 Nov 1925 - Doris Roberts, American actress, author, and philanthropist whose career spanned six decades of television and film. She received five Emmy Awards and a Screen Actors Guild award during her acting career, which began in 1951. She had several prominent roles in movies, including playing opposite Shirley Stoler in The Honeymoon Killers, Billy Crystal in Rabbit Test and Robert Carradine in Number One with a Bullet among many others. She achieved continuing success in television, becoming known for her role as Raymond Barone's mother, Marie Barone, on the long-running CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. She was born in St. Louis,Missouri - Nov 1933 - Sir Charles Kuen Kao, physicist and electrical engineer who pioneered the development and use of fibre optics in telecommunications. In the 1960s, Kao created various methods to combine glass fibres with lasers in order to transmit digital data, which laid the groundwork for the evolution of the Internet. Known as the "Godfather of Broadband", the "Father of Fiber Optics", and the "Father of Fiber Optic Communications", Kao was awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics for "groundbreaking achievements concerning the transmission of light in fibers for optical communication". He was born in Shanghai - Nov 1953 - Peter Lord, English animator, film producer, director and co-founder of the Academy Award-winningAardman Animations studio, an animation firm best known for its clay-animated films and shorts, particularly those featuring plasticine duo Wallace and Gromit. He also directed The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists! which was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 85th Academy Awards. Lord is the executive producer of every Aardman work, including Chicken Run, Arthur Christmas and Flushed Away. He was born in Bristol - of Interest4 Nov 1847 – Sir James Young Simpson, a Scottish physician, discovers the anaesthetic properties of chloroform. On inhaling the chemical, they found that a general mood of cheer and humour had set in. But suddenly all of them collapsed only to regain consciousness the next morning. Simpson knew, as soon as he woke up, that he had found something that could be used as an anaesthetic. - Nov 1960 - Mary Leakey and Louis Leakey discover first Homo habilis jaw fragments (OH 7) also nicknamed "Johnny's Child" at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. The remains are dated to approximately 1.75 million years, and consist of fragmented parts of a lower mandible, an isolated maxillary molar, two parietal bones, and twenty-one finger, hand, and wrist bones. - Nov 1977 - The Incredible Hulk, an American television series based on the Marvel Comics character The Hulk premiered on CBS. It starred Bill Bixby as Dr. David Bruce Banner, Lou Ferrigno as the Hulk, and Jack Colvin as Jack McGee. - – Goblins from MarsSong Title – Super Mario - Overworld Theme (GFM Trap Remix)Song Link - us onFacebook- Page - Group - - - - - - EnquiriesEmail -
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Feb 2nd, 1975
Brisbane QLD, Australia
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