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E3 Predictions: The March of Progress

E3 Predictions: The March of ProgressBlendover Episode 118:

Andrew Sorcini is on his way to E3 2014, and he joins us on this episode of Blendover to give a preview of what’s to come, as we discuss rumors, upcoming games, & make some bold predictions. Later in the show, we look at the secrecy of the TPP, pay tribute to the Godfather of Ecstasy, glance at Eli Roth’s new cannibal film, and jump into some WTF stories that will make your skin crawl…

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Topics Discussed:

  • Shout-Outs
  • E3 Preview
  • World War I Centennial
  • Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
  • RIP Alexander Shulgin, the Godfather of Ecstasy
  • The Angels: RIP Doc Neeson
  • Streaming Entertainment
  • The Green Inferno
  • WTF: Man Arrested For Stealing Skin
  • WTF: 12 Year Old Girls commit murder in the name of Slenderman

BlendoveR is the “trendover” podcast, bringing you the news that the news isn’t covering. Presented by Greg Davies, we focus on topics that are not trending across the web and in the mainstream media, and have a knack accurate predictions of coming events, trends, and media coverage.

 


 

Shout-Outs

AmyVernon.net

Amy Vernon @ Facebook

Amy Vernon @ Twitter

Malwarebytes.org

Peter Egan @ Facebook

The Drill Down

The Drill Down 328: Our Brilliant and Terrifying Future

The Drill Down 329: Apple WWDC 2014 Review

Terr Ciavarra – Media Nox @ BandCamp

 


 

E3 Preview

Battlefield: Hardline beta odes to be handed out to Sony E3 Experience attendees

Microsoft Reveals E3 Schedule

Mortal Kombat X revealing new fighters at E3

Most anticipated games to see at E3 2014

Natsume revealing three new Nintendo games around E3

Nintendo at E3 2014: Fighting from behind

Road to E3 2014: Sony PS4 game predictions and rumours

Sony Has The Most Number of Booths for E3 2014

The most anticipated games of E3 2014

 


 

World War I Centennial

Wikipedia: World War I

 


 

Trans-Pacific Partnership – TPP

If the Trans-Pacific Partnership is so swell, why all the secrecy?

TPP to live on in other acronyms even if it fails: Groser

TPP trade deal likely in 2015, says Robb

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Another Trade Liberalization Scam

Trans-Pacific Partnership at a critical juncture

Trans-Pacific Partnership secretly trading away rights

Trans-Pacific Partnership talks to intensify as key players remain divided

Wikipedia: Trans-Pacific Partnership

Wikipedia: Trans-Pacific Partnership – Intellectual Property Provisions

Wikipedia: Trans-Pacific Partnership – Negotiation Secrecy

 


 

RIP Alexander Shulgin, the Godfather of Ecstasy

Alexander Shulgin dead: ‘Godfather of ecstasy’ and pioneering psychedelic pharmacologist dies aged 88

 


 

The Angels: RIP Doc Neeson

The Angels @ Amazon

The Angels @ iTunes

The Angels – Official Site

The Angels @ Facebook

The Angels @ Last.fm

The Angels @ Twitter

The Angels @ Wikipedia

 


 

Streaming Entertainment

Digital Home Entertainment to Exceed Physical by 2016, Study Finds

 


 

The Green Inferno

The Green Inferno trailer: "You Know What This Is"

 


 

WTF: Man Arrested For Stealing Skin

Skin Thief

US man accused of stealing human skin from Philadelphia hospital

 


 

WTF: 12 Year Old Girls commit murder in the name of Slenderman

Two 12-Year-Olds Allegedly Stabbed Third to Please Mythological Creature

Wikipedia: Fakelore

Know Your Meme: The Grifter

 


 

#YesAllWomen

#YesAllWomen @ Twitter

#EachEveryWoman – Trigger warning for rape, violence

#YesAllWomen says no to Rape Culture

Apparently, the misogynists are out in force, trolling the hashtag I previously posted and so I’m not using it here…

HOLD THE FUCK UP – Let’s step back for a second, Tumblr!

How the #YesAllWomen Hashtag Began

Not Yours

RAINN – Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

Wikipedia: 2014 Isla Vista killings

Wikipedia: Rape Culture

Wikipedia: Violence against women

 


 

Music Featured:

  • We Gotta Get Outta This Place” by The Angels from the album Howling
  • Dogs Are Talking” by The Angels from the album Beyond Salvation
  • Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again” by The Angels from the album Liveline

 


 

Music used in the BlendoveR Intro Theme was performed and written by GOTHIC KNIGHTS
[Music and clips are copyright to respective owners, and are used under Fair Use]








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