In which we take the W3C to task for proposing policy that could leave security holes in browsers that Bombergirl could blow wide open.
In which we take on the president's Muslim ban, look at how medical advances are helping those with locked-in syndrome communicate, and go on a joy ride in Bri's new (to her) 2001 Audi TT.
In which we decide once and for all how sexy the Microsoft Surface Studio is, on a scale of Supaboy to Superboy.
In which we realize that we can't make fun of Canada anymore, so we pivot to taunting Georgia into buying a Nintendo Switch instead.
Disrupticons, reporting for duty! Mikah’s dealing with cognitive distress, Georgia’s can’t upgrade her bacon to a drone, Steve ushers in the bug apocalypse, and Bri fails to choose her words carefully in church.
De RocheFAIL strikes Disruption this week as Simone De RocheFORT infiltrates the show. Ugly laptops upset Bri, Georgia gets bad makeup ideas, and Steve engages complaining Beast Mode.
In which we turn to virtual reality to save us from the pain of Georgia ruining green M&Ms forever.
In which we gear up for the Nerf War on Christmas.
Bri's back, and she has big news to share! And then it's right back to business as usual, because there are VR games to gush over and Nintendo games to argue about.
In which guest Tanya DePass visits the Disruption holiday party, which inevitably leads to the gadget apocalypse.
Sorry, not sorry.