It's Static's Greatest Hits! Our favorite segments from seasons one and two, we chat about That Dragon, Cancer, sourdough made from vaginal yeast, e-Sports in Australia and feelings about hoverboards.
Also, we find out: is it legal to sunbathe naked, be fired for being overweight or smash a car window to save a pet in an overheating car?
Plus - we chat to prominent string theorist Professor Brian Greene.
In this episode of Static, host Rae Johnston is joined by Kotaku Australia's Mark Serrels and Alex Walker, Lifehacker Australia's Chris Jager and Spandas Lui, Campbell Simpson and Hayley Williams from Gizmodo Australia and Early morning Editor Amanda Yeo.
Games for good, letting the internet decide things for you, and we answer your question: are smartwatches worth it?
Finding the motivation to get healthy, the good the bad and the illegal of 3D printing, is it legal to give your child a stupid name and we answer your question: at what age should you introduce your kids to video games?
The best Easer Eggs in video games, ridiculous gadgets for the home, a handy lifehack for cosplayers and we answer your question: when will Indies take over the gaming world?
Emotional attachment to gadgets, eyeball tattooing and monitoring your children’s online habits.
Plus, we answer your question: which Virtual Reality tech is most likely to succeed, and is the market big enough for more than one?
Online scams, the resurgence of tabletop games, the pros and cons of going off-grid and we explore: are video games really good for you? We also answer your question: Is Googling everything a risk to your online security?
When movies are too real, tech company screw ups, the pros and cons of early access games and is it legal to sunbake naked, be fired for being overweight or to smash a window to save an animal in a hot car? We also answer your question: is it possible to love on nothing but pizza, and still live a healthy life?
Sex in videogames, Pornhub gaming, using tech to cheat at sports and what to do if your Facebook is hacked. We also answer your question about what gadgets might be lurking in Chewbacca's bandoleer.
Facebook friends, why do people line up for stuff, the pros and cons of open plan offices, and you ask us - what's the nerdiest way to ask someone out on a date?
We also chat to Stef Dawson, best known as Annie Cresta from The Hunger Games.
Netflix, crowdfunding, games that hit you on an emotional level, and we ask --- have we reached peak superhero? We also chat to Greg Van Borssuum, stunt co-ordinator on Mad Max: Fury Road about the dangers of what he does and working with Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy.
The games, gadgets, movies and science stories that most caught our attention in 2015. The best and worst. We also chat with American theoretical physicist and string theorist, professor Brian Greene.
Hoverboards, iconic weapons in video games, how listening to Taylor Swift makes Chinese food taste better, and this week's #StaticPodcast listener question: are collector's editions worth the money? We also chat to the Sphero team about the technology behind creating the Star Wars BB8 drone as a real life gadget -- plus science action man, Dr. Chris Gillies, tells us about the part we can all play in marine conservation.
Resurrecting the dead with science, using code and gadgets to automate your job, deciding your favourite video game of all time, the effects of not sleeping and we talk to Gus Sorola from Rooster Teeth.
Alien structures, endless runner video games, Uber for helicopters, gadgets that shoot fireballs from your hands, sourdough made from vaginal yeast and science, and why is it so hard to look after ourselves? Also featuring a Lifehacker Taste Test of a new hot sauce made from Scorpion and Bird's Eye chillies that claims it'll make you change your bed sheets.
Australian esports games, gendered toys, Star Wars Battefront, the best movie gadgets, tipping wait staff and artisanal salami made from celebrity DNA and science.