Hey everybody!  This week let’s talk about music.  Not about Katie Perry or whoever is on the top of the charts these days, but the nitty gritty science of music.  This week Chad gives us some great information on what sound and music actually is, how it is interpreted by our brains, and he gives some examples of the basic building blocks of “music”.


Thanks for listening – shoot us an email with your feedback – especially if you are a “442 A” kind of guy.  You know who you are…

Professional Ultimate Frisbee?!


Most of you have probably tossed around a frisbee while drinking a beer on the beach. A smaller subset of you have actually played ultimate frisbee, probably as an excuse to put off studying a little longer. But VERY few of you have gone to the ultimate depths of ultimate. What I’m talking about is professional ultimate frisbee.


If you’ve never heard of professional ultimate frisbee, don’t be alarmed because you are probably in the majority but on this episode of GGTK, we interview Lou Abramowski, Head Coach of the Minnesota Windchill, a professional ultimate frisbee team in the American Ultimate Disc League ( about all things ULTIMATE! Thanks for listening.


Virtual Reality


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If you are anything like me, you are getting pretty pumped for the upcoming releases of some big Virtual Reality devices.  This episode I decided to talk a little bit about what VR is, what makes it good, and what may make it bad.  Mitch talks about his “delicious” grilled dish that he loves, and Perek changes everyone’s life with his shortcut.  Thanks for listening!!


Check this out!

The Psychology of Social Media


We all know we are chained to our computers and mobile devices at times just looking for another fix of Facebook gossip or Twitter drama.  If you don’t use those 2 sites, I’m sure you have another social media vice.  This episode, Chad digs into some of the reasons why we all love social media so much.  While you are listening, be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter! 🙂

Thanks for listening!