Talking All About Smartphones – Ep. 68 of Intentionally Blank

Talking All About Smartphones - Ep. 68 of Intentionally Blank

Brandon Sanderson and Dan Wells talk about Dans facial anomaly, A food heist, and dive deep into their past smartphone …


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  1. I actually do not constantly analyze your face, Dan. I constantly analyze you and Brandon's tshirts. They're always interesting! 😅
    1:19 Ouch, Brandon! Lol That sounded like a zinger that would pass between me and my friend. We're brutal. Haha

  2. Dan I have no acting experience nor am I a film maker. I’m merely a man. Willing to make a comedy video of a caper caper at your home. I have nothing to offer you except laughs. Reply to this for my DM. 🤣🤣

  3. RE: The "Amazon Is Mapping Your House" fear:
    If Amazon wanted to get the layout of your house, they'd look it up on the County Assessor's website, along with every other public document you've ever filed that is publicly available. It isn't really that hard.

  4. This is probably a dumb question, but due to money problems I wasn't able to back the Sanderson book kickstarter earlier this year. Will those books be for sale to the public, like on Amazon later? Or, was it only a one time offer for that month?

  5. So a phone technician's view on folding phones. Mind you, I use one too.
    Glass is bad enough for durability, thin plastic is worse. If you prep and get decent protection then you'll probably be fine, just don't expect to fix it if it breaks. You're looking at 60% replacement of everything in the device if even one of those screens break. That's over half the value of the device… new tech, new risks, higher prices. With all that said I love using my flip, Its compact and very versatile. This stuff will stick around if companies can get pricing to go below $800.
    Long story short, go write more sci-fi with folding tech w/ cool uses and you might inspire people to adopt and make it.

  6. Wait… He said .. 3 years, and no creases down the center..
    What did he mean by that…
    3 years Of Development… Or he has had it for 3 years… Which doesn't make a lot of sense.. but he made it sound like he has been using it for 3 years

  7. Tell me this doesn't sound like a word with TRUE POWER. . .
    MONUMOMENTESSNESS… hell yeah… Lol.. I have always been good at that kind of thing.. making wierd words out of words…

    Monu momentes(s) ness. Or… Monu momentesality.

    Monumomentalisicity… Oh yeah… I'm proud of that one… Lol
    That one took a few moments of thinking… Lol.
    That one took some EFFORT… LOL.


    Monumomentalisosiscivity… Oh hell yeah… Even more proud…

  8. The problem isn't that social media companies want to make money, its that they want to make ALL of the money. Something something capitalism something

  9. 1:45 It sounded like they were describing The Midnight Library by Matt Haig.
    > Somewhere out beyond the edge of the universe there is a library that contains an infinite number of books, each one the story of another reality. One tells the story of your life as it is, along with another book for the other life you could have lived if you had made a different choice at any point in your life. While we all wonder how our lives might have been, what if you had the chance to go to the library and see for yourself? Would any of these other lives truly be better?

  10. I absolutely want a folding phone but I am so used to apple products that I would never be able to adjust so I just hope that apple copies what ever android does in a few years

  11. As a huge Nic Cage fan, yes, we exist, I just want to point out that you are mashing up two movies. The one where it is a modern take on It's a Wonderful Life was called: Family Man. The movie where he was a weatherman was cleverly titled, "The Weather Man". In theweatherman he just sort of goes through a mid-life crisis and confronts living in the shadow of his father. I think it was Michael Caine.

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