Google Glass Banned at Caesars Palace Cali Lewis May 8, 2013 Episodes 2 Comments 72 Shares Google+ 4 Twitter 39 Facebook 6 LinkedIn 21 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 2 72 Shares × Meet us in Seattle or Chicago We’ll be at VloggerFair in Seattle next month, and this month we’ll be visiting Chicago for the National Restaurant Association show. Plans for a Chicago meetup are here. BBQ Dragon Gets Your Fire Burning BBQ Dragon is a new gadget on Kickstarter to make grilling easier by starting the fire faster. SnipSnap Saves Coupons to Your Phone Like coupons, but hate remembering to carry them? SnipSnap is an app to digitize paper coupons and make them easier to take with you. Rewind Google+ Hangouts On Air Have you ever been watching a live stream on Google+ Hangouts On Air, and wanted to see something that was said a few seconds back? Now you can with their rewind feature. Google Glass Banned at Caesars Palace Casinos are always a little nervous about anything that might enable cheating at the gambling tables, and now Caesars Palace has banned Google Glass from the casino floor. 2 Responses Cheese Mcbeese May 8, 2013 I used to never miss an episode of Geekbrief. I now rarely watch GeekBeat for two reasons: the pre-roll and John P’s hi-fi audio segments. The pre-rolls are not funny and are such a turn-off that I quit the podcast no matter how much I’m interested in the upcoming content. One man’s opinion. I miss you. Please stop that silly stuff. Cali Lewis May 9, 2013 Hey Cheese! Thanks for expressing your concerns. Let me help: –Pre rolls: Are you watching on YouTube? That’s the only place where pre-rolls play, and we can’t do anything about what plays. How did you watch Geekbrief back then? We didn’t have that show on YouTube, so I’m guessing you might have subcscribed through iTunes? What if you did the same with Geek Beat? That would allow you to skip the pre-roll ads. Or do you mean something else? –Audio Segments: I can only think of two or three audio-specific segments we’ve released in the last several months, but I understand that every piece of content we put out isn’t interesting to every single viewer. We try! Another good thing about subscribing through iTunes is you can easily skip episodes that aren’t appealing to you when you look at the title and description. Keep comments coming – it’s the only way we know what you the viewers are thinking/wanting!