Ped & Tom continue to stare into the existential void and search for the meaning of life, with the help of centenarian Okinawans and the Japanese concept of Ikigai, as well as the organizational methods of tidying expert Marie Kondo. This episode is brought to you by our amazing Patreon supporter, Ekin Köker. Thank you, Ekin! You spark joy! Support the podcast on Patreon or by purchasing a T-shir…
A long-lost concert video sparks a stroll down memory lane for two old-school Phish-heads, sharing a “thank you” card full of gratitude for all the joy created by their favorite band, Phish. Tapers welcome! Discuss the podcast on Reddit. Phish Amy’s Farm Multi-Cam Footage from 1991 Surfaces (JamBase) Gallery of photographs taken at Amy’s Farm by Tom yeP! How Phish sounds to people who don’t lik…
Ped & Tom welcome a new sunrise and a new year, they run through some followup on Github, Stax lids, and ladybird beetles, Tom welcomes some new arrivals to his household, and Ped attempts to experience history in Washington DC. Support the podcast on Patreon or by purchasing a T-shirt. Discuss the podcast on Reddit. Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts. David Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human …
"Excellent thought provoking conversations. Tom and Ped have great chemistry with enough contrast in their personalities to keep things interesting. Has a great blend of hard science, geek culture, and "fluffy" topics."
MrEngineeringGuy reviewed this podcast on Jun 10th, 2017
"Definitely a podcast in the category "two dudes talking" with episodes around the length of an hour. If you'd like to say "I was here before they got big", this is the time to join the listening crew since episodes are improving at a fast pace. "
hitecherik reviewed this podcast on Jun 11th, 2017
"I really enjoy listening to Two Bit Geeks. It's full of interesting and engaging conversations, fun facts, and the right amount of humor; Ped and Tom also make great hosts. The episodes are improving rapidly (not that they needed much improvement in the first place) and are really worth listening to."